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The 2012 Peterborough City Council election took place on 3 May 2012 to elect members of Peterborough City Council in England.[1] The last time these seats were up for election was 2008. This was on the same day as other local elections.

The number of seats up for election were 19 (one per ward). The Conservatives retained overall control of Peterborough City Council.

Results by ward

Barnack

Party Candidates Votes % ±
Labour HALL, Alexander William 143 16.92 16.92
UKIP JAMIESON, Alexander Michael 123 14.56 14.56
Conservative OVER, David Edward 572 67.69 -13.18
CON HOLD

Bretton North

Party Candidates Votes % ±
Conservative BIRD, Daniel Carl 423 23.32 -30.86
UKIP FOX, Frances Agnes 272 14.99 14.99
Peterborough Independents NASH, Patricia Ann 397 21.86 21.86
Liberal Democrats POLLACK, Malcolm 83 4.58 -8.10
Labour SYLVESTER, Ann 590 32.52 -0.62
Socialist Equality Party WOODBRIDGE, Stephen Keir 40 2.21 2.21
LAB GAIN FROM CON

References

  1. ^ "Peterborough-1997-2012.pdf" (PDF).