Map of the results of the 2010 Kingston upon Thames council election. Conservatives in blue and Liberal Democrats in yellow.
Map of the results of the 2010 Kingston upon Thames council election. Conservatives in blue and Liberal Democrats in yellow.

Elections for the London Borough of Kingston upon Thames were held on 6 May 2010. The Liberal Democrats retained control of the council with an increased majority of six.[1]

Summary of results

Kingston upon Thames Council election result 2010[2]
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Liberal Democrats 27 5 3 +2 56% 43%
  Conservative 21 3 3 0 44% 40%
  Labour 0 0 2 -2 12%

Results by ward

Alexandra

Alexandra (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats John Burgess 2,169 44.6 -0.6
Conservative Michael Burden 2,046 42.0 -1.9
Conservative Richard Hudson* 2,022 41.5 -3.9
Conservative Ian George* 2,003 41.1 -3.1
Liberal Democrats Terence Hazzard 1,909 39.2 -3.8
Liberal Democrats Kalpen Patel 1,683 34.6 -7.2
Labour Marian Freedman 576 11.8 +5.3
Labour Lawrence Green 522 10.7 +4.3
Labour Anna Ring 439 9.0 +3.6
Green Phil Smith 334 6.9 N/A
CPA Samantha Jacobs 107 2.2 N/A
CPA Barbara Zhang 74 1.5 N/A
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Berrylands

Berrylands (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Frances Moseley* 2,333 46.5 -0.6
Liberal Democrats Bob Steed* 2,080 41.5 -2.6
Conservative Karen George 1,939 38.6 -3.6
Liberal Democrats Rohan Yoganathan* 1,933 38.5 -3.9
Conservative David Hutchinson 1,894 37.8 -3.0
Conservative Peter Topp 1,884 37.6 -2.9
Labour John Lee 508 10.1 +4.9
Green Martin Lake 507 10.1 +0.1
Labour Charlotte Ward 477 9.5 +3.6
Labour Alasdair Reisner 396 7.9 +3.3
CPA Anna Lofts 92 1.8 -1.1
CPA Paul Jacobs 89 1.8 N/A
CPA Jonathan Rudd 84 1.7 N/A
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrats Swing

Beverley

Beverley (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Derek Osbourne* 2,138 44.1 -2.2
Liberal Democrats Trevor Heap 2,081 42.9 -3.9
Liberal Democrats Simon James* 2,044 42.1 -4.4
Conservative Caroline Bowis 1,738 35.8 +4.5
Conservative Darren Spraggs 1,591 32.8 +3.6
Conservative Mike Head 1,530 31.5 -1.0
Labour Duncan Braithwaite 657 13.5 +4.0
Green Chris Walker 581 12.0 -1.9
Labour Roger Price 566 11.7 +2.5
Labour Dyan Sellayah 474 9.8 +0.8
CPA Valerie Hancock 158 3.3 -0.9
CPA David Campanale 139 2.9 -0.2
CPA Mark Riley 139 2.9 +0.2
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Canbury

Canbury (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Timothy Dennen 2,469 42.3 +2.4
Conservative Andrea Craig 2,333 39.9 +1.1
Conservative Geoffrey Austin* 2,283 39.1 -1.3
Conservative Hamish Pritchard 2,131 36.5 -1.4
Liberal Democrats Maha Alfakier 1,927 33.0 -4.1
Liberal Democrats Bart Ricketts 1,801 30.8 -4.6
Green Johanna Hunt 899 15.4 -1.4
Labour Katie Hill 711 12.2 -0.3
Labour Colin Startup 678 11.6 +0.5
Labour Chris Priest 630 10.8 +0.1
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Chessington North & Hook

Chessington North & Hook (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Alan Dean 1,990 45.1 -0.2
Liberal Democrats Margaret Thompson 1,921 43.5 -1.3
Conservative Andrew Day 1,754 39.7 -4.3
Liberal Democrats Ivor Knight 1,662 37.6 -7.1
Conservative Jamal Chohan 1,457 33.0 -5.9
Conservative Maundy Todd 1,454 32.9 -4.9
Labour Steve Kearney 490 11.1 +3.3
Labour Dick Bradford 453 10.3 +1.8
Labour Tony Cottrell 419 9.5 +2.0
Green Christine Sherlock 233 5.3 N/A
CPA Anthony May 139 3.1 N/A
CPA Wendy Pickard 104 2.4 N/A
CPA Doreen Scrimshaw 63 1.4 N/A
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrats Swing

Chessington South

Chessington South (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Patricia Bamford* 2,455 48.5 -2.0
Liberal Democrats Shiraz Mirza* 2,202 43.5 -4.7
Liberal Democrats Rachel Reid 2,148 42.4 -4.0
Conservative Maureen Rowley 1,794 35.4 -0.9
Conservative Michelle Akintoye 1,738 34.3 -1.3
Conservative Colin Suckling 1,722 34.0 +2.3
Labour Bill Davies 621 12.3 +1.3
Labour John Dodwell 439 8.7 -1.7
Labour Vilma Watt 389 7.7 -1.9
Independent John Hayball 207 4.1 +0.3
CPA Susan May 149 2.9 -0.2
CPA Martin Pickard 128 2.5 -1.3
CPA Maria Pereira 113 2.2 N/A
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Coombe Hill

Coombe Hill (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Patrick Codd* 2,455 54.0 -15.0
Conservative David Edwards* 2,354 51.8 -14.7
Conservative Eric Humphrey* 2,304 50.7 -13.2
Liberal Democrats David Knowles 1,314 28.9 +11.6
Liberal Democrats Eleanor Tatler 1,194 26.3 +12.6
Liberal Democrats Jonathan Oates 1,019 22.4 +6.2
Labour Judith Cowley 521 11.5 +2.3
Labour Sally Richardson 495 10.9 +2.3
Labour Ian Parker 458 10.1 +2.9
Green Jean Vidler 391 8.6 -1.4
CPA Philippa Hayward 82 1.8 -1.5
CPA Alex Priest 77 1.7 N/A
CPA Funkazi Koroye-Crooks 68 1.5 N/A
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Coombe Vale

Coombe Vale (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Adrian Holder* 2,306 46.3 -5.1
Conservative Robert-John Tasker* 2,084 41.9 -7.2
Conservative James White* 2,074 41.7 -8.8
Liberal Democrats Julie Haines 1,995 40.1 +7.6
Liberal Democrats Kamal Kugan 1,784 35.9 +6.7
Liberal Democrats Mary Watts 1,743 35.0 +8.7
Labour Anthony Murray 531 10.7 +2.0
Labour Jak Codd 508 10.2 +2.6
Labour Michael Morton 469 9.4 +1.9
Green Nighat Taimuri 391 7.9 -1.3
CPA Jennifer Riley 145 2.9 -4.1
CPA Rajesh Dewan 129 2.6 -2.2
CPA Esther Priest 111 2.2 -1.2
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Grove

Grove (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Chrissie Hitchcock* 2,527 51.6 +3.8
Liberal Democrats Barry O'Mahony** 2,391 48.8 +6.1
Liberal Democrats Marc Woodall 2,037 41.6 +1.3
Conservative Adrian Amer 1,505 30.7 -2.1
Conservative Terry Bowers 1,475 30.1 -5.4
Conservative James Pirret 1,390 28.4 -3.1
Green Ryan Bridgewater 713 14.6 -3.6
Labour Bill Bennett 618 12.6 +3.3
Labour Laurence South 584 11.9 +3.7
Labour Amand Stuart 576 11.8 +3.5
Independent Denise Norman 272 5.6 N/A
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Barry O'Mahony was a sitting councillor, but for St Mark's ward.

Norbiton

Norbiton (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Penny Shelton* 1,799 43.0 +5.9
Liberal Democrats Stephen Brister 1,748 41.8 +9.5
Liberal Democrats David Ryder-Mills** 1,698 40.6 +9.0
Labour Stephen Mama* 1,170 28.0 -11.0
Conservative Leslie Blake 978 23.4 +4.8
Labour Susanna Bellino 950 22.7 -15.2
Labour Stella Simpson 860 20.6 -16.1
Conservative Romana Chohan 774 18.5 +2.0
Conservative Liu Yang 715 17.1 +1.0
Independent Sheila Griffin* 628 15.0 -22.9
Green Martin Hall 437 10.5 -2.2
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

David Ryder-Mills was a sitting councillor, but for Canbury ward.

Sheila Griffin had been elected in 2006 as a Labour councillor.

Old Malden

Old Malden (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative David Fraser* 2,363 46.5 -0.5
Conservative Mick Amson* 2,262 44.5 -0.3
Conservative Kate Stinton 2,016 39.6 -4.7
Liberal Democrats Ghazala Hayat 1,914 37.6 -4.6
Liberal Democrats Kerry Williams 1,899 37.3 -7.2
Liberal Democrats Suk-Ha Kwon 1,689 33.2 -5.3
Labour Ian Kellett 501 9.9 +2.6
Labour John Knowles 471 9.3 +3.5
Labour George Pearson 441 8.7 +2.0
Green Adeela Taimuri 261 5.1 N/A
Independent Daniel Goodger 258 5.1 N/A
CPA Roger Glencross 139 2.7 -1.4
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrats Swing

St James

St James (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Howard Jones* 2,008 44.7 -11.4
Conservative Ken Smith* 1,948 43.3 -12.0
Conservative Priyen Patel 1,679 37.4 -21.7
Liberal Democrats Celia Osbourne 1,549 34.5 +7.5
Liberal Democrats David Bamford 1,502 33.4 +7.8
Liberal Democrats Chris Sullivan 1,280 28.5 +3.9
Labour Gerry Jones 885 19.7 +9.2
Labour Eric Master 516 11.5 +0.4
Labour Mary Masters 513 11.4 +2.4
Green Mike Perry 342 7.6 N/A
UKIP Michael Watson 259 5.8 N/A
CPA Eleanor Glencross 184 4.1 +0.5
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

St Mark's

St Mark's (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Liz Green* 2,612 51.1 -2.3
Liberal Democrats Mary Heathcote 2,439 47.7 -4.0
Liberal Democrats Yogan Yoganathan* 2,169 42.4 -8.8
Conservative Paul Beal 1,846 36.1 +3.7
Conservative Geoffrey Doyle 1,814 35.5 +3.7
Conservative Deborah Patient 1,745 34.1 +3.0
Green Satin Dattani 584 11.4 -2.9
Labour Sandra Coombs 536 10.5 +4.2
Labour James Lancaster 400 9.7 +3.7
Labour Niranjan Jayasundera 371 7.3 +3.0
CPA Keith Reynolds 100 2.0 -0.1
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Surbiton Hill

Surbiton Hill (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Neil Houston 2,411 44.3 +12.9
Liberal Democrats Malcolm Self 2,297 42.2 +12.8
Liberal Democrats Umesh Parekh 2,183 40.1 +14.3
Conservative Nick Kilby* 2,080 38.2 -13.4
Conservative Mavis Cracknell 2,034 37.4 -13.9
Conservative Paul Johnston* 1,948 35.8 -13.6
Labour David Cooper 640 11.8 +2.5
Labour Geoffrey Parnell 501 9.2 +1.2
Labour Anne Vase 467 8.6 +0.7
Green Brian Mulley 452 8.3 -6.2
CPA Simon Groves 120 2.2 -1.0
CPA Julian Orton 110 2.0 N/A
CPA Silvina Bonansea-Ryan 93 1.7 N/A
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing

Tolworth & Hook Rise

Tolworth & Hook Rise (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Vicki Harris* 2,559 53.5 -5.7
Liberal Democrats Rolson Davies* 2,510 52.5 -10.6
Liberal Democrats Sharon Hartley 2,087 43.7 -13.5
Conservative Judith Jones 1,399 29.3 +4.1
Conservative Lucky Kumpeson 1,300 27.2 +2.2
Conservative Rob Pattenden 1,220 25.5 +1.8
Labour Mike Blakeney 622 13.0 +5.1
Labour Brian Harris 528 11.0 +3.2
Labour Marilyn Corry 495 10.4 +3.3
Green Christopher Murphy 322 6.7 N/A
Independent Vic Bellamy 300 6.3 N/A
CPA Kenneth Scrimshaw 118 2.5 -1.2
CPA Sharon Young 80 1.7 N/A
CPA Joy Waugh 51 1.1 N/A
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

Tudor

Tudor (3)
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative David Cunningham* 2,731 52.2 -5.8
Conservative Dennis Doe* 2,482 47.5 -6.0
Conservative Frank Thompson* 2,328 44.5 -7.6
Liberal Democrats Marilyn Mason 1,976 37.8 +10.9
Liberal Democrats Rupert Nichol 1,661 31.8 +7.8
Liberal Democrats Majeed Neky 1,563 29.9 +7.7
Green Tariq Shabbeer 573 11.0 -7.7
Labour Brian Morris 538 10.3 +2.0
Labour James Smy 529 10.1 +0.1
Labour Gabriel Abulafia 426 8.1 +2.0
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

By-elections: 2010–2014

A by-election was held in Surbiton Hill ward following the resignation of Umesh Parekh.

Surbiton Hill by-election, 15 September 2011
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats John Ayles 997 39.7 -2.6
Conservative Nick Kilby 895 35.6 -0.9
Labour Katie Hill 349 13.9 +2.7
CPA Benjamin Roberts 171 6.8 +4.7
Green Chris Walker 81 3.2 -4.7
Independent James Riding 21 0.8 N/A
Majority 102 4.1
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

A by-election was held for two seats in Coombe Vale ward following the death of James White and resignation of Robert-John Tasker.

Coombe Vale by-election, 15 December 2011
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Lynne Finnerty 1,340 45.3 +2.3
Conservative Julie Pickering 1,308 44.2 +1.2
Liberal Democrats Kamal Kugan 908 30.7 -6.5
Liberal Democrats Rupert Nichol 778 26.3 -10.9
Labour Nick Brown 526 17.8 +7.9
Labour Ian Parker 502 17.0 +7.1
Green Chris Walker 122 4.1 -3.2
Green Tariq Shabbeer 108 3.7 -3.6
CPA Philippa Hayward 94 3.2 +0.5
CPA Roger Glencross 76 2.6 -0.1
UKIP Michael Watson 70 2.4 N/A
Majority 400 13.5
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

A by-election was held in Coombe Hill ward following the resignation of David Edwards.

Coombe Hill by-election, 3 May 2012
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Gajan Wallooppillai 1,601 53.8 +2.3
Labour Laurie South 519 17.4 +6.5
Liberal Democrats David Knowles 409 13.7 -13.9
Green Jean Vidler 235 7.9 -0.3
UKIP Michael Watson 148 5.0 N/A
CPA Rajesh Dewan 66 2.2 +0.5
Majority 1,082 36.4
Conservative hold Swing

A by-election was held in Grove ward following the resignation of Marc Woodall.

Grove by-election, 5 July 2012
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Rebekah Moll 710 32.6 -12.2
Conservative Adrian Amer 687 31.5 +4.8
Labour Laurie South 440 20.2 +9.2
UKIP Michael Watson 175 8.0 N/A
Green Ryan Coley 123 5.6 -7.1
BNP David Child 23 1.1 N/A
CPA Jonathan Rudd 20 0.9 N/A
Majority 23 1.1
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

A by-election was held in Berrylands ward following the death of Frances Moseley.

Berrylands by-election, 28 February 2013
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Sushila Abraham 948 38.7 -4.7
Conservative Mike Head 761 31.0 -5.0
Labour Tony Banks 455 18.6 +9.2
UKIP Michael Watson 175 7.1 N/A
Green Ryan Coley 112 4.6 -4.8
Majority 187 7.7
Liberal Democrats hold Swing

A by-election was held in Beverley ward following the resignation of Derek Osborne. Osborne had been leader of Kingston Council, and was arrested on child sex offence charges.

Beverley by-election, 25 July 2013
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Terence Paton 1,033 35.1 +2.1
Liberal Democrats Lesley Heap 760 25.9 -14.7
Labour Marian Freedman 717 24.4 +11.9
UKIP Michael Watson 223 7.6 N/A
Green Chris Walker 207 7.0 -4.0
Majority 273 9.2
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrats Swing

References

  1. ^ "Kingston Council Election Results 2010". Kingston 2010. 7 May 2010. Retrieved 10 May 2010.
  2. ^ "Kingston-upon-Thames". London Councils. 7 May 2010. Archived from the original on 10 May 2010. Retrieved 9 May 2010.