Forthcoming byelections

Posted by David Boothroyd
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11 years ago / July 6, 2007

We know about the following byelections coming up.

12 July

  • Hanworth Park (Hounsloe Borough Council), caused by the resignation of Harley Buckner (Conservative). The term runs to 2010.
  • Haverstock (Camden Borough Council), caused by the resignation of Roy Shaw (Labour). The term runs to 2010.
  • Heronwood (Rushmoor Borough Council), caused by the resignation of Peter Sandy. He had been elected as a Liberal Democrat but been sitting as an Independent at his resignation. His term ran until May 2008.
  • Keele and Westlands (Staffordshire Borough Council), caused by the death of Glennis Deakin (Conservative). The term runs to 2009.
  • Maidstone North East (Kent County Council), caused by the death of Margaret Featherstone (Liberal Democrat). The winner will serve until May 2009.
  • Valley (Rotherham Borough Council), caused by the death of Labour councillor Paddy Burke. The term runs to May 2008.
  • Westlands (Newcastle-under-Lyme Borough Council), caused by the death of Glennis Deakin (Conservative). The term runs to 2010.

19 July

  • Castle Hill (Ipswich Borough Council), caused by the disqualification of Dale Jackson. A former Leader of the Council, Jackson had been sitting as an Independent although he was elected as a Conservative; he was disqualified for failing to attend a meeting of the council or its committees for six months. The winner will serve to 2008.
  • Cleveland (Ealing Borough Council), caused by the death of Conservative councillor Brian Castle. His term ran until May 2010.
  • Llansamlet (Swansea County Borough Council), caused by the resignation of Lawrence Bailey (Labour). The term runs to 2008.

26 July

  • Welshpool Gungrog (Powys County Council), caused by the death of Mervyn Kinsey (Liberal Democrat). The term runs to May 2008.

2 August

  • Town (Gosport borough council), caused by the resignation of Neil Redrup following his criminal conviction. Redrup had been elected as Labour but had been sitting as an Independent. This crucial byelection will decide the control of the council. The winner will serve until next May.

9 August