Forthcoming byelections

Posted by David Boothroyd
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11 years ago / October 5, 2007

The following local authority byelections are forthcoming:

11 October

  • Holbrook West ward, Horsham district council, following the resignation of Roger Edworthy (Conservative). The term lasts until 2011.

18 October

25 October

  • Gwinear, Gwithian and Hayle East, Penwith district council, caused by the resignation of Sarah Roskilly (Conservative). The term is a short one, ending in May 2008.
  • Little Parndon and Hare Street ward, Harlow district council, following the death of Jack Jesse (Labour). The winner will have to stand for re-election in May 2008.
  • Manor ward, Sefton borough council, caused by the resignation of Labour councillor Neil Douglas whose term would have ended in May 2008.
  • Nelson ward, Great Yarmouth borough council, after the death of Sue Robinson (Labour). Her term would have run to 2011.
  • Penrith East division, Cumbria county council, caused by the resignation of Mike Ash (Liberal Democrat). The winner will serve until 2009.
  • Toddbrook ward, Harlow district council, following the death of Roy Collyer (Labour) who had been serving a term ending in 2010.
  • Witheridge ward, North Devon district council, caused by the resignation of Conservative councillor Nancy Lewis. The successful candidate serves until 2011.

1 November

  • Sutton West ward, Ashfield district council, as a result of the resignation of Independent councillor Roy Adkins. Suspended from office by the Standards Board, Cllr Adkins chose to resign his seat. His replacement will serve until 2011.

8 November

  • Holy Trinity ward, Guildford borough council, caused by the death of Michael Crocombe (Liberal Democrat). The winner will serve until 2011.

22 November

  • Lochee ward, Dundee city council, caused by the resignation of SNP councillor Nigel Don after his election to the Scottish Parliament. The winner will serve until 2011.

Undated

There is known to be a vacancy in Aylsham division of Norfolk county council because of the death of Liberal Democrat councillor Graham Rix.