Kilburn (Camden ward)

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Not to be confused with Kilburn (Brent ward).
Kilburn
Electoral ward
Country United KingdomUnited Kingdom
Constituent country England
Region London
County Greater London
London borough Camden
Created 1 April 1965
Named for Kilburn

Kilburn is a ward in the London Borough of Camden, in the United Kingdom. The ward has existed since the creation of the borough on 1 April 1965 and was first used in the 1964 elections.[1] The ward was redrawn in May 1978[2] and May 2002.[3]

Councillors[edit]

Term Councillor Party
2014–present Douglas Beattie Labour
2010-present Maryam Eslamdoust Labour
2010–present Thomas Gardiner Labour

Election results[edit]

Like all other wards of Camden, Kilburn is represented by three councillors on Camden London Borough Council. The last election was held on 22 May 2014, when all three councillors were elected. All three currently represent the Labour Party.


Kilburn ward election, 22 May 2014
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Douglas Beattie 1,661
Labour Maryam Eslamdoust* 1,611
Labour Thomas Gardiner* 1,543
Liberal Democrat James King 883
Liberal Democrat Janet Grauberg 876
Liberal Democrat Jack Holroyde 746
Conservative Nick Vose 411
Conservative Tim Wainwright 409
Green Sarah Astor 402
Conservative John Whitehead 357
Green Shelia Hayman 286
Green Richard D. Bourn 276
Turnout 38.3
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing

*denotes an incumbent

Kilburn ward election, 7 May 2010
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Thomas Gardiner 2,047
Labour Mike Katz 1,819
Labour Maryam Eslamdoust 1,788
Liberal Democrat Janet Grauberg* 1,647
Liberal Democrat James King* 1,497
Liberal Democrat Mukul Hira 1,431
Conservative Will Davis 1,059
Conservative Patricia Cook 1,011
Conservative Sabah Hussain 808
Green Helen Mayer 391
Green Charlotte Whelan 364
Green Lauren Paris 327
Independent Francis Bacon 90
Turnout
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing

*denotes an incumbent

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