Derby City Council elections, 2010–12

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Derby City Council, has 51 councillors who represent the city's 17 electoral wards. There are three councillors for each electoral ward. Elections are held three out of every four years: one councillor from each ward goes through an election process over the three years.[1]

Results 2010[edit]

The 2010, one third of the council was up for election.

Within Derby City Borough 2010
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Labour 8 34.4 37747
  Conservative 5 33.7 36908
  Liberal Democrat 4 27.2 29767
  Other parties 0 4.8 5214

Abbey[edit]

Abbey (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Democrat Ajit Atwal (E) 2,114 38.2
Labour Afzal Asaf 2,106 38.1
Conservative David Taylor 1,313 23.7
Turnout

Allestree[edit]

Allestree (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Roy Michael Webb (E) 4,908 58.7
Liberal Democrat Deena Smith 1,841 22.0
Labour Robyn Joy Sewter 1,608 19.3
Turnout

Alvaston[edit]

Alvaston (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Linda Mary Winter (E) 2,344 37.9
Conservative Gerald Desmond Potter 1,590 25.7
Liberal Democrat Gill Withers 1,430 23.1
Independent Kevin Winson 823 13.3
Turnout

Arboretum[edit]

Arboretum (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Shiraz Khan (E) 2,732 48.8
Liberal Democrat Rehmat Khan 2,132 38.0
Conservative Ashley Waterhouse 739 13.2
Turnout

Blagreaves[edit]

Blagreaves (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Democrat Ruth Skelton (E) 3,145 47.2
Labour Shaz Parveen 1,947 29.2
Conservative Singh Dard Tarlochan 1,566 23.5
Turnout

Boulton[edit]

Boulton (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Ranjit Banwait (E) 3,410 55.6
Conservative Phil Bailey 1,689 27.5
Liberal Democrat Kyle Martin David 824 13.4
Green David Leonard Foster 213 3.5
Turnout

Chaddesden[edit]

Chaddesden (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Sara Frances Bolton (E) 2,614 40.9
Conservative Steve Hassell 2,161 33.8
Liberal Democrat Roger Anthony Jackson 879 13.8
BNP Paul Hilliard 733 11.5
Turnout

Chellaston[edit]

Chellaston (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Phil Ingall (E) 3,626 48.9
Labour Andy Findlay 2,439 32.9
Liberal Democrat Waleed Hussain 946 12.7
Independent Paul Randle 412 5.6
Turnout

Darley[edit]

Darley (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Lorraine Mary Radford (E) 2,608 36.9
Liberal Democrat Julie Dorothy Cooper 2,176 30.8
Labour Richard Leslie Felix 1,799 25.5
Green Jane Sarah Temple 482 6.8
Turnout

Derwent[edit]

Derwent (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Dave Roberts (E) 2,164 42.5
Conservative Lisa Ann Harper 1,333 26.2
Liberal Democrat John Edward Ahern 968 20.0
BNP Alex Johnstone 633 12.4
Turnout

Littleover[edit]

Littleover (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Democrat Eric Ashburner (E) 3,156 41.5
Conservative Maxwell Craven 2,450 32.3
Labour Karen Hillier-Smith 1,991 26.2
Turnout

Mackworth[edit]

Mackworth (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour John Michael Whitby (E) 2,055 36.7
Liberal Democrat Catrin Sian Rutland 1,547 27.6
Conservative Adrian Pegg 1,446 25.8
BNP Raymond Herbert Dixon 554 9.9
Turnout

Mickleover[edit]

Mickleover (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Democrat Fay Winter (E) 3,342 40.3
Conservative John Harold Keith 2,984 36.0
Labour Lester John Pendrey 1,549 18.7
BNP Jonathan Barlow 411 5.0
Turnout

Normanton[edit]

Normanton (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Chris Williamson (E) 2,859
Liberal Democrat Tafseer Habib 1,566
Conservative Lisa Jane Marshall 881
Independent Zbigniew Wójcik 156
Turnout

Oakwood[edit]

Oakwood (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Mick Barker (E) 3,131
Liberal Democrat Gary Bélà Horvath 1,804
Labour Richard Thomas Gerrard 1,732
Turnout

Sinfin[edit]

Sinfin (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Robin Cyril Turner (E) 2,446
Conservative Mike Cook 1,335
Liberal Democrat Russell Hastie 853
Independent Steve Powell 250
Turnout

Spondon[edit]

Spondon (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Christopher Paul Poulter (E) 3,148
Labour Richard Morgan 1,952
Liberal Democrat Simon Kirkman King 1,044
BNP Stephen Roland Hill 547
Turnout

Results 2011[edit]

Within Derby City 2011
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Labour 12 48.0 36384
  Conservative 5 29.2 22151
  Liberal Democrat 2 17.9 13557
  Other parties 0 3.9 2937
  UKIP 0 1.0 743

The 2011, one third of the council was up for election.

Abbey[edit]

Abbey (2 Seats)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Asaf Afzal (E) 1,862 30.3
Labour Sarah Elizabeth Russell (E) 1,534 24.9
Liberal Democrat Bryan Lowe 717 11.6
Liberal Democrat John Edward Ahern 612 9.9
Conservative Lisa Jane Marshall 590 9.6
Conservative Neelam Cartmell 498 8.1
Green Thomas Josef Reading 341 5.5
Turnout

Allestree[edit]

Allestree (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Saadia Davis (E) 3,486 59.9
Labour Jack Stanton 1,756 30.2
Liberal Democrat Deena Smith 579 10.0
Turnout

Alvaston[edit]

Alvaston (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Paul Bayliss (E) 2,143 59.0
Conservative Gerald Potter 891 24.5
UKIP David Gale 418 11.5
Liberal Democrat Thanh Don Yung 180 5.0
Turnout

Arboretum[edit]

Arboretum (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Fareed Hussain (E) 2,182 49.9
Liberal Democrat Rehmat Khan 1,539 35.2
Conservative John David Howard 366 8.4
Green Jane Sarah Temple 286 6.5
Turnout

Blagreaves[edit]

Blagreaves (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Democrat Bob Troup (E) 2,102 50.6
Labour Michelle Joanne McFarlane 2,050 49.4
Turnout

Boulton[edit]

Boulton (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Barbara Jackson (E) 2,040 55.4
Conservative Brenda Jean Longworth 1,010 27.4
UKIP Stephen William Fowke 325 8.8
Green David Leonard Foster 161 4.4
Liberal Democrat Kyle Martin 144 3.9
Turnout

Chaddesden[edit]

Chaddesden (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Paul Terence Campbell (E) 1,988 50.8
Conservative Alan Leslie Grimadell 1,307 33.4
BNP Paul Hilliard 413 10.6
Liberal Democrat Ian Colin Deuchar Care 202 5.2
Turnout

Chellaston[edit]

Chellaston (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Philip John Bailey 2,462 55.7
Labour Robyn Joy Sewter 1,676 37.9
Liberal Democrat Sonia Atwal 285 6.4
Turnout

Darley[edit]

Darley (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Martin Jeffrey Repton (E) 2,071 46.3
Conservative Steve Hassall 1,439 32.2
Liberal Democrat Peter Barker 530 11.8
Green David Edward Morys Clasby 432 9.7
Turnout

Derwent[edit]

Derwent (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Martin James Rawson (E) 1,632 55.8
Conservative Lisa Harper 657 22.4
BNP Lou Fuller 370 12.6
Liberal Democrat Richard Hudson 267 9.1
Turnout

Littleover[edit]

Littleover (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Democrat Mike Carr 1,854 39.6
Conservative Maxwell Craven 1,528 32.6
Labour Shazia Parveen 1,306 27.9
Turnout

Mackworth[edit]

Mackworth (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Lisa Maria Higginbottom (E) 1,756 55.3
Conservative Valerie Taylor 620 19.5
Liberal Democrat Catrin Sian Rutland 462 14.6
BNP Carol Pearl Tucker 336 10.6
Turnout

Mickleover[edit]

Mickleover (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative John Harold Keith (E) 2,026 37.4
Liberal Democrat Maggie Hird 1,860 34.4
Labour Lester John Pendrey 1,310 24.2
BNP Raymond Herbert Dixon 216 4
Turnout

Normanton[edit]

Normanton (2 Seats)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Jangir Khan (E) 3,006 37.4
Labour Balbir Singh Sandhu (E) 2,776 34.6
Liberal Democrat Shayad Mahmood 862 10.7
Liberal Democrat Dawn Glenis Gee 622 7.8
Conservative Ashley Waterhouse 395 4.9
Conservative Ross McCristal 367 4.6
Turnout

Oakwood[edit]

Oakwood (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Robin John Wood (E) 1,788 49.0
Labour Neil Wilson 1,525 41.8
Liberal Democrat Roger Anthony Jackson 335 9.2
Turnout

Sinfin[edit]

Sinfin (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Karen Hillier (E) 2,101 69.0
Conservative Hardial Singh Dhamrait 639 21.0
Liberal Democrat Sucha Singh Atwal 176 5.8
Not a Member of any Political Group Steven Phillip Powell 131 4.3
Turnout

Spondon[edit]

Spondon (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Harvey Jennings (E) 2,082 49.2
Labour Richard Morgan 1,670 39.5
BNP Vanessa Margaret Ann Griffin 251 5.9
Liberal Democrat Simon Kirkman King 229 5.4
Turnout

Results 2012[edit]

Within Derby City 2012
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Labour 10 44.7 24982
  Conservative 4 24.5 13671
  Liberal Democrat 3 20.6 11529
  UKIP 0 5.4 3033
  Other parties 0 4.8 2698

The 2012, one third of the council was up for election.

Abbey[edit]

Abbey (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Sarah Elizabeth Russell (E) 1,330 46.3
Liberal Democrat Rehmat Khan 1,026 35.7
Conservative John Cope 284 9.9
Green Tom Reading 233 8.1
Turnout

Allestree[edit]

Allestree (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Philip Hickson (E) 2,040 47.2
Labour Helen McCartney Butcher 1,289 29.8
UKIP Martin Du Sautoy 647 15.0
Liberal Democrat Peter Barker 179 4.1
Green Jane Sarah Temple 172 4.0
Turnout

Alvaston[edit]

Alvaston (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Mark Stuart Tittley (E) 1,471 48.0
UKIP Alan Wayne Graves 1,007 32.8
Conservative Alan Leslie Grimadell 471 15.4
Liberal Democrat John Edward Ahern 119 3.9
Turnout

Arboretum[edit]

Arboretum (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Gulfraz Nawaz (E) 1,757 44.7
Liberal Democrat Tullah Khan 1,743 44.3
Green Simon Hales 248 6.3
Conservative Ross McCristal 186 4.7
Turnout

Blagreaves[edit]

Blagreaves (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Democrat Joe Singh Naitta (E) 1,741 46.4
Labour Michelle Joanne McFarlane 1,569 41.8
Conservative Edward Montgomery Ashford 442 11.8
Turnout

Boulton[edit]

Boulton (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Alison Martin (E) 1,720 56.6
Conservative Frank Leeming 678 22.3
UKIP Steve Fowke 445 14.6
Green David Foster 123 4.0
Liberal Democrat Kyle Martin 75 2.5
Turnout

Chaddesden[edit]

Chaddesden (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Anne MacDonald (E) 1,689 54.2
Conservative Steve Hassall 836 26.8
BNP Paul Hilliard 459 14.7
Liberal Democrat Ian Colin Deuchar Care 134 4.3
Turnout

Chellaston[edit]

Chellaston (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Matthew Edward Holmes (E) 1,430 42.2
Labour Paul Thomas Hezelgrave 1,394 41.2
UKIP Paul Andrew Randle 458 13.5
Liberal Democrat Nazir Hussain 105 3.1
Turnout

Darley[edit]

Darley (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Jack Stanton (E) 1,403 41.4
Conservative John David Howard 841 24.8
Liberal Democrat Finbar Richards 564 16.6
Green David Clasby 375 11.1
UKIP Ian Edward Crompton 205 6.0
Turnout

Derwent[edit]

Derwent (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Margaret Eileen Redfern (E) 1,314 51.6
Liberal Democrat Richard Hudson 689 27.1
BNP Julie Fuller 302 11.9
Conservative Nicola Angela Roulstone 239 9.4
Turnout

Littleover[edit]

Littleover (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Democrat Les Allen 1,615 44.2
Labour Simon Peter Parkes 1,188 32.5
Conservative Maxwell Arnold John Bradley Craven 853 23.3
Turnout

Mackworth[edit]

Mackworth (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Paul Pegg (E) 1,587 67.0
Conservative Valerie Joan Taylor 377 15.9
Green Katy Cheatham 231 9.8
Liberal Democrat Catrin Sian Rutland 174 7.3
Turnout

Mickleover[edit]

Mickleover (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Liberal Democrat Hilary Jane Jones (E) 1,807 40.3
Conservative Alison Joyce Holmes 1,481 33.0
Labour Lester John Pendrey 910 20.3
Green Jean MacDonald 285 6.4
Turnout

Normanton[edit]

Normanton (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Hardyal Singh Dhindsa (E) 2,092 61.0
Liberal Democrat Muhammed Afsar 1,035 30.2
Conservative Hardial Singh Dhamrait 8.9 305
Turnout

Oakwood[edit]

Oakwood (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Frank Harwood (E) 1,348 47.7
Labour Neil Wilson 1,084 38.4
UKIP Lee Allen 276 9.8
Liberal Democrat Roger Anthony Jackson 116 4.1
Turnout

Sinfin[edit]

Sinfin (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Labour Baggy Shanker 1,880 78.1
Conservative Arron Mathew Marsden 273 11.3
Liberal Democrat Kelly Anne Keenan 254 10.6
Turnout

Spondon[edit]

Spondon (1 Seat)
Party Candidate Votes %
Conservative Evonne Williams (E) 1,587 47.9
Labour Steve Froggatt 1,305 39.4
BNP Vanessa Griffin 270 8.1
Liberal Democrat Simon Kirkman King 153 4.6
Turnout

By-Elections between May 2010 - May 2014[edit]

By-elections are called when a representative Councillor resigns or dies, so are unpredictable. A by-election is held to fill a political office that has become vacant between the scheduled elections.

Notes and references[edit]

Notes
References
  1. ^ "Elected representatives". Elected representatives. Derby City council. Retrieved 17 November 2013.