Forthcoming byelections

Posted by David Boothroyd
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11 years ago / January 4, 2008

Here is a look at the byelections for the next few weeks.

10 January

24 January

31 January

  • Upavon ward, Kennet district council, following the death of Conservative councillor Dominic Campbell. The winner will have a seat until 2011.

7 February

14 February

  • Leyton ward, Waltham Forest borough council, to replace Miranda Grell who had been elected for the Labour Party. Grell was disqualified from membership when she was convicted of making false statements about another candidate at her original election. Her replacement will serve until 2010.
  • Tulketh ward, Preston city council after the death of Jean Al-Seraj (Labour). The winner will serve until 2010.

Undated

There are known to be Conservative vacancies in Borehamwood Hillside ward, Hertsmere borough council, following a resignation, in Bradwell South and Hopton ward, Great Yamouth borough council, following the resignation of Brian Howard, in Hexham Gilesgate ward, Tynedale district council following the death of Barry Pickering, in Hockley West ward, Rochford district council, following the disqualification of Liv Hungate for failing to attend any meetings in six months, in Marlow North and West ward, Wycombe district council, following the resignation of Tony Dunn who has taken a politically restricted post, and in St Mary’s ward, Adur district council following the death of Mike Howard.

Labour seats are vacant in Bedwell division of Hertfordshire county council, after the death of Tanis Kent, in Holmewood and Heath ward, North East Derbyshire district council, following the death of Terry Fisher, in Lawford and New Bilton division, Warwickshire county council, following the death of Bryan Levy, and in Walkden South ward, Salford city council, following the resignation of Stan Witkowski.

The Liberal Democrats have vacancies in Fortune Green ward, Camden borough council, after the death of Jane Schopflin, in Slideslow ward, Bromsgrove district council, caused by the death of Gordon Selway.