1999 Slough Borough Council election

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14 seats of 41 on council
21 seats needed for a majority
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Party Labour Conservative Liberal

The 1999 Slough Borough Council election was held on 6 May 1999, at the same time as other local elections across Britain. Fourteen of the 41 seats on Slough Borough Council were up for election, being the usual third of the council (13 seats) plus a by-election in Upton ward, where Labour councillor Mark Drapes had resigned.

Results

The elected councillors were:[1]

Ward Party Elected Term Councillor
Baylis Labour 1999 2002 Gurmej Singh Sandhu (a)
Britwell Labour 1999 2002 J.S. Dawson (b)
Central Labour 1999 2002 Lydia Emelda Simmons (c)
Chalvey Labour 1999 2002 E.E. Herbert
Cippenham Conservative 1999 2002 A.P. Binns
Farnham Labour 1990 2002 David Edward Mansell (d)
Foxborough Labour 1999 2002 C. Sherma
Haymill Liberal 1999 2002 M. Stoklosinski *
Kedermister Labour 1999 2002 Joan Jones (e)
Langley St Mary's Conservative 1997 2002 Terrence W. Brennan
Stoke Labour 1999 2002 Simon Ashley George
Upton Conservative 1997 2002 A. Gregory
Upton Conservative 1999 2001 M.E. Collins (f)
Wexham Lea Labour 1999 2002 Mohammed Latif Khan

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References

  1. ^ Local newspapers (1863-date) and Slough Borough Council documents at the Slough Central Library