2016 Adur District Council election

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Map of the results of the 2016 Adur District Council election. Conservatives in blue, Labour in red, UKIP in purple and independents in grey.

The 2016 Adur District Council elections took place on 5 May 2016 to elect members of Adur District Council in West Sussex, England. Half of the council was up for election, and the Conservative Party remained in overall control of the council. The Labour Party trebled their number of seats from one to three. [1]

After the election, the composition of the council was

Results[edit]

Adur Local Election Result 2016
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Conservative 7 0 3 0 46.7 35.8 5729
  UKIP 4 0 1 0 26.7 23.0 3687
  Labour 3 3 0 0 20.0 24.4 3912
  Independent 1 1 0 0 6.7 6.5 1036
  Liberal Democrat 0 0 0 0 0.0 7.2 1149
  Green 0 0 0 0 0.0 3.1 489

Ward results[edit]

Buckingham[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Kevin Boram 520 52.4% -8.4%
Labour Michael Thornton 195 19.7% +2.1%
UKIP Darren Compton 133 13.4% -0.1%
Liberal Democrat Cyril Cannings 69 7.0% -1.1%
Green Leslie Groves Williams 68 6.9% +6.9%
Majority 325 32.8% -10.4%
Turnout 992 31.9% +1.8%
Conservative hold Swing 5.3% Con to Lab
Churchill[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Robin Monk 393 33.8% -2.2%
Conservative Pat Beresford 362 31.1% -5.0%
Labour Daniel Ballance 267 22.9% +22.9%
Liberal Democrat Steve Creed 123 10.6% -17.3%
Majority 31 2.7% +2.7%
Turnout 1,164 34.2% +8.3%
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing 1.4% Con to UKIP
Cokeham[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Barry Mear 376 33.3% -6.1%
UKIP Mick Clark 358 31.7% +12.6%
Conservative Paul Mansfield 328 29.1% -6.3%
Liberal Democrat Raj Dooraree 58 5.1% -0.8%
Majority 18 1.6% -2.7%
Turnout 1,128 33.6% +4.5%
Labour hold Swing 9.4% Lab to UKIP
Eastbrook[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Les Alden 429 39.6% +5.8%
Conservative Dave Donaldson 405 37.4% 0.0%
UKIP Louise Hearne 189 17.5% +4.8%
Green Patrick Ginnelly 49 4.5% -4.4%
Majority 24 2.2% +2.2%
Turnout 1,083 32.0% +3.0%
Labour gain from Conservative Swing 2.9% Con to Lab
Hillside[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Angus Dunn 551 51.5% +0.5%
Labour Steve Gilbert 253 23.6% -3.8%
UKIP Jenny Greig 186 17.4% +2.1%
Green Helen Mears 40 3.7% +3.7%
Liberal Democrat Keith Humphrey 37 3.5% -2.7%
Majority 298 27.9% +4.3%
Turnout 1,070 31.8% +3.0%
Conservative hold Swing 2.2% Lab to Con
Manor[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Carson Albury 461 37.1% -3.8%
UKIP Jason Lock 316 25.5% -8.4%
Labour John Ballance 198 16.0% +0.6%
Independent Keith Dollemore 168 13.5% +13.5%
Liberal Democrat Steve Martin 77 6.2% -3.5%
Majority 145 11.6% +4.8%
Turnout 1,241 38.1% +8.1%
Conservative hold Swing 2.3% UKIP to Con
Marine[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Independent Joss Loader 868 67.8% +0.8%
Labour Adrienne Lowe 191 14.9% +2.6%
UKIP Darren Compton 151 11.8% -2.0%
Liberal Democrat Tom Hilditch 57 4.4% -2.6%
Majority 677 52.9% -0.3%
Turnout 1,281 36.2% +11.2%
Independent hold Swing 0.9% Ind to Lab
Mash Barn[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Liz Haywood 398 41.6% +17.4%
Conservative Neil Maguinness 212 22.3% -12.0%
Labour Douglas Bradley 184 19.3% -2.9%
Liberal Democrat Doris Martin 146 15.4% -3.9%
Majority 186 19.6% +19.6%
Turnout 951 28.4% +4.6%
UKIP hold Swing 9.9% Con to UKIP
Peverel[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative George Barton 491 45.4% +2.3%
UKIP Ray McLeod 322 29.8% +9.2%
Labour Alun Jones 194 17.9% -11.5%
Liberal Democrat Nilda Dooraree 67 6.2% -0.7%
Majority 169 15.6% +1.9%
Turnout 1,081 31.6% +6.6%
Conservative hold Swing 3.5% Con to UKIP
Southlands[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
UKIP Paul Graysmark 301 30.9% +15.8%
Conservative Tony Nicklen 289 29.7% -8.3%
Labour Kieran Francis 281 28.9% -8.2%
Liberal Democrat Drew Tinsley 95 9.7% -0.1%
Majority 12 1.2% +1.2%
Turnout 973 33.5% +4.6%
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing 12.1% Con to UKIP
Southwick Green[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Peter Metcalfe 530 50.0% -3.1%
Labour David Bowen 252 23.8% -0.9%
UKIP Bill Jarman 142 13.4% +0.6%
Liberal Democrat David Edey 67 6.3% -3.1%
Green Annie Brown 65 6.1% +6.1%
Majority 278 26.2% -2.2%
Turnout 1,061 31.5% +1.8%
Conservative hold Swing 1.1% Con to Lab
St Mary's[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Sami Zeglam 401 33.4% +7.2%
Conservative Cindy Golds 374 31.1% -4.5%
UKIP Sean Ridley 176 14.7% +3.8%
Green Paul Hendy 154 12.8% -9.0%
Liberal Democrat Nevvy Merrett 89 7.4% +2.0%
Majority 27 2.2% +2.2%
Turnout 1,201 32.8% +5.3%
Labour gain from Conservative Swing 5.9% Con to Lab
St Nicolas[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Brian Coomber 590 48.0% -2.0%
Labour Irene Reed 292 23.7% +0.1%
UKIP Jean Turner 116 9.4% -3.6%
Green Louise Miller 113 9.2% +9.2%
Liberal Democrat Jan Kimber 108 8.8% -4.6%
Majority 298 24.2% -2.2%
Turnout 1,230 39.7% +13.3%
Conservative hold Swing 1.1% Con to Lab
Widewater (2)[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Ann Bridges 616
UKIP Clive Burghard 506
UKIP Gloria Eveleigh 492
Conservative Nicholas Pigott 411
Labour Lee Cowen 399
Labour Jacqueline Pilkington 366
Liberal Democrat Andrew Serhan 156
Turnout 36.9 +9.3
Conservative hold Swing
UKIP gain from Conservative Swing

References[edit]

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