2005 local election results in Warwickshire
2005 local election results in Warwickshire

Elections in May 2005 to elect all 62 councillors to run Warwickshire County Council for the next four years resulted, party politically, in no overall control and as such, a continuation of this status, which was first reached in 1993. In these elections the largest single party switched to the Conservatives however the administration from 2005 was led by the [1] Labour Party with ongoing general support of Liberal Democrat party votes.

Summary

Warwickshire County Council election, 2005
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Conservative 27 +6
  Labour 23 -4
  Liberal Democrats 11 -2
  Green 0 0
  Independent 1 0
  UKIP 0
  TUSC 0
  BNP 0
  English Democrat 0

Results arranged by district

The county is divided into 59 divisions i.e. wards which can be grouped into five districts with between 8 and 15 wards.

North Warwickshire

Seat Result Majority
Arley Conservative HOLD 1,055
Atherstone Conservative GAIN from Labour 87
Baddlesley Labour HOLD 188
Coleshill Conservative HOLD 604
Hartshill Conservative GAIN from Labour 370
Kingsbury Labour HOLD 221
Polesworth Conservative GAIN from Labour 200
Water Orton Conservative HOLD 937

Nuneaton and Bedworth

Seat Result Majority
Abbey
Arbury and Stockingford
Bede
Bedworth North
Bedworth West
Bulkington
Camp Hill
Galley Common
Poplar
St. Nicholas
Weddington
Wembrook
Whitestone

Rugby

Seat Result Majority
Admirals
Brownsover
Caldecott
Dunchurch
Earl Craven
Eastlands and Hillmorton*
Fosse
Lawford and New Bilton

Stratford upon Avon

Seat Result Majority
Alcester
Aston Cantlow
Bidford on Avon
Feldon
Henley in Arden
Kineton
Shipston on Stour
Southam
Stour and the Vale
Stratford Avenue and New Town
Stratford South*
Studley
Wellesbourne

Warwick

Seat Result Majority
Bishop's Tachbrook
Cubbington
Kenilworth, Abbey
Kenilworth, Park Hill
Kenilworth, St. John's
Leamington, Brunswick
Leamington, Milverton
Leamington North*
Leamington, Willes
Leek Wootton
Warwick North
Warwick South
Warwick West
Whitnash

References

  1. ^ "Coventry Evening Telegraph". 7 May 2005.