Kettering Borough Council election, 2007

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Elections to Kettering Borough Council were held on 3 May 2007. The whole council was up for election with boundary changes since the last election in 2003 reducing the number of seats by nine. The Conservative Party retained overall control of the council.

Candidates and election issues[edit]

Both the Conservative and Labour parties put up candidates in all wards. There were also five Liberal Democrat, four Independent and one Green party candidates.

Major elections issues included refuse collection, recycling and the location of the council offices.[1]

Summary Result[edit]

Kettering Borough Council Election, 3 May 2007: Summary Results Con
Lab Ind LD Grn TOTAL Electorate Turnout
Total Votes
(Ward average votes, turnout adjusted)
14,761
55%
9,582
36%
1,455
5%
703
3%
414
2%
26,914 67,995 39.6%
Total Seats 28
-1
6
-8
2
+/-
0
+/-
0
+/-
36
-9

Ward results[edit]

Kettering Borough Council Election 2007: Ward Results
Ward 2003 Seats
(Notional)
2007 Result Detailed
result
All Saints (3 seats) Lab Con results
Lab Con
Con Lab
Avondale Grange (2 seats) Lab Lab results
Lab Lab
Barton (2 seats) Con Con results
Con Con
Brambleside (2 seats) Con Con results
Con Con
Burton Latimer (3 seats) Con Con results
Con Ind
Ind Ind
Desborough Loatland (2 seats) Con Con results
Con Con
Desborough St. Giles (2 seats) Con Con results
Con Con
Ise Lodge (3 seats) Con Con results
Con Con
Con Con
Northfield (1 seat) Lab Lab results
Piper's Hill (2 seats) Con Con results
Con Con
Queen Eleanor & Buccleuch (1 seat) Con Con results
Rothwell (3 seats) Con Con results
Con Con
Con Con
Slade (2 seats) Con Con results
Con Con
St. Michael's & Wicksteed (3 seats) Con Con results
Con Con
Con Con
St. Peter's (2 seats) Con Con results
Con Con
Welland (1 seat) Con Con results
William Knibb (2 seats) Lab Lab results
Con Lab

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