Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2011

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Elections to Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council were held on 5 May 2011, with one third of the seats up for election.

The state of the parties after the election was:[1]

Party Seats   +/-   % votes
Liberal Democrat 31 -6
Labour 16 +3
Conservative 11 +3
Heald Green Ratepayer 3 0
Independent left 2 0

Results[edit]

Bramhall North[edit]

Bramhall North
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Alanna Vine 2,799 49.2 +1.4
Liberal Democrat Helen Foster-Grime 2,261 39.8 -8.0
Labour Brian Harrop 596 10.5 +4.0
Majority 538
Turnout 5,687 53.18
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing

Bramhall South[edit]

Bramhall South
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Paul Bellis 2,791 54.2
Liberal Democrat Paul Carter 1,489 28.9
Labour Beryl Dykes 480 9.3
UKIP David Perry 213 4.1
Green Ross White 176 3.4
Majority 1,302
Turnout 5,149 51.94
Conservative hold Swing

Bredbury and Woodley[edit]

Bredbury and Woodley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Michael Wilson 1,912 48.9 -10.0
Labour Philip Bray 1,153 29.5 +14.5
Conservative Rosalind Lloyd 844 21.6 -3.7
Majority 759
Turnout 3,909 36.00
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Bredbury Green and Romiley[edit]

Bredbury Green and Romiley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative Syd Lloyd 2,238 46.7
Liberal Democrat Margaret McLay 1,580 33.0
Labour David Sedgwick 970 20.3
Majority 658
Turnout 4,788 43.68
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing

Brinnington and Central[edit]

Brinnington and Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Chris Murphy 1,992 69.8 +20.6
Liberal Democrat Bruce Fairbanks 336 11.8 -16
Conservative Steve Holgate 305 10.7 +0.6
Green Chris Green 219 7.7 +5.2
Majority 1,656
Turnout 2,852 28.26
Labour hold Swing

Cheadle and Gatley[edit]

Cheadle and Gatley
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Pam King 2,153 40.0 -13.0
Conservative Julie Smith-Jones 2,063 38.3 +2.0
Labour Colin Owen 1,143 21.2 +10.8
Majority 90
Turnout 5,383 46.53
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Cheadle Hulme North[edit]

Cheadle Hulme North
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Paul Porgess 1,753
Labour Matthew Baker 1,188
Conservative Robert Stevenson 984
UKIP Hilda Peake 268
Majority 565
Turnout 4,213 41.46
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Cheadle Hulme South[edit]

Cheadle Hulme South
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Suzanne Wyatt 2,069 42.4 -11.8
Conservative Brian Dougal 1,729 35.4 -1.5
Labour Theo Smith 767 15.7 +7.3
UKIP Cyril Peake 283 5.8 +5.8
Majority 340
Turnout 4,881 45.85
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Davenport and Cale Green[edit]

Davenport and Cale Green
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Brian Hendley 2,083 54.0
Liberal Democrat John Reid 819 21.2
Conservative Bryan Lees 607 15.7
Green Phil Shaw 320 8.3
Majority 1,264
Turnout 3,858 35.26
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing

Edgeley and Cheadle Heath[edit]

Edgeley and Cheadle Heath
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Richard Coaton 2,428 66.4
Conservative Chris Holgate 547 14.9
Liberal Democrat Danny Langley 406 11.1
Green Andrew Knighton 256 7.0
Majority 1,881
Turnout 3,659 34.36
Labour hold Swing

Hazel Grove[edit]

Hazel Grove
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Conservative William Wragg 1,918 38.8 +2.4
Liberal Democrat Christine Corris 1,789 36.1 -14.9
Labour Karen Vickers 892 18.0 +6.2
UKIP Mark Shanahan 331 6.7
Majority 129
Turnout 4,949 44.73
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat Swing

Heald Green[edit]

Heald Green
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Heald Green Ratepayers Sylvia Humphreys 2,690
Labour Kathryn Priestley 526
Conservative Pat Leck 389
Liberal Democrat Eric Brindley 322
BNP Richard Skill 170
Majority 2,164
Turnout 4,120 41.29
Heald Green Ratepayers hold Swing

Heatons North[edit]

Heatons North
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Alex Ganotis 2,120 45.1
Conservative Jackie Jones 1,758 37.4
Liberal Democrat Andrew Rawling 396 8.4
Green Peter Barber 392 8.3
Majority 362
Turnout 4,704 44.55
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

Heatons South[edit]

Heatons South
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Dean Fitzpatrick 2,568 52.8
Conservative Barbara Judson 1,507 31.0
Liberal Democrat Ron Axtell 442 9.1
Green Conrad Beard 324 6.7
Majority 1,061
Turnout 4,866 44.51
Labour hold Swing

Manor[edit]

Patrick McAuley left Labour and became a Lib Dem councillor in 2012.[2]

Manor
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Patrick McAuley 1,603
Liberal Democrat Jenny Humphreys 1,314
Conservative Leslie Judson 526
BNP Duncan Warner 204
Majority 289
Turnout 3,665 34.66
Labour gain from Liberal Democrat Swing

Marple North[edit]

Marple North
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Andrew Bispham 2,061 40.0
Conservative Annette Finnie 1,680 32.6
Labour David Rowbottom 760 14.8
Green Maggie Preston 381 7.4
UKIP Ray Jones 253 4.5
Majority 381
Turnout 5,151 51.68
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Marple South[edit]

Marple South
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Kevin Dowling 1,948 42.0
Conservative Andrew Lord 1,493 32.2
Labour Clifford Stanway 783 16.7
UKIP Tony Moore 380 8.2
Majority 455
Turnout 4,638 47.78
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Offerton[edit]

Offerton
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Wendy Meikle 1,404 36.8
Labour Laura Booth 1,203 31.6
Conservative Julie Dawn Wragg 804 21.1
UKIP Harry Perry 386 10.1
Majority 201
Turnout 3,811 36.32
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

Reddish North[edit]

Reddish North (2)
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Paul Moss 2,421
Labour David Wilson 2,304
Conservative Anthony Hannay 645
Conservative Julie Whelan 569
BNP Paul Bennett 291
Liberal Democrat Pat Buttle 231
Liberal Democrat Robert Littlehales 183
Majority 117
Turnout 3,604 33.61
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing

Reddish South[edit]

Reddish South
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Labour Walter Brett 2,347 65.0
Conservative Stephen Burt 640 17.7
Liberal Democrat Norman Beverley 421 11.7
BNP Shelia Spink 177 4.9
Majority 1,707
Turnout 3,608 34.40
Labour hold Swing

Stepping Hill[edit]

Stepping Hill
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Liberal Democrat Ben Alexander 1,786 39.2
Conservative John Wright 1,406 30.9
Labour Janet Rothwell 935 20.5
Green Ken Pease 155 3.4
UKIP Izzy Bolton 150 3.3
BNP Alan Carney 96 2.1
Majority 380
Turnout 4,552 46.33
Liberal Democrat hold Swing

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Contact Your Councillor". Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council. Retrieved 6 April 2011. 
  2. ^ Brown, Richard (25 October 2014). "Stockport Labour compared to North Korean dictatorship after 'bullying' storm sees two cllrs quit". Mancunian Matters. Retrieved 15 June 2016. 

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Preceded by
Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2010
Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council elections Succeeded by
Stockport Metropolitan Borough Council election, 2012