2018 Westminster City Council election
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All 60 seats to Westminster City Council
31 seats needed for a majority
Turnout37.98%[1]
  First party Second party
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Party Conservative Labour
Last election 44 seats, 41.0% 16 seats, 33.5%
Seats won 41 19
Seat change Decrease3 Increase3
Popular vote 22,656 21,733
Percentage 42.8% 41.1%
Swing Increase1.8% Increase7.6%

2018 Westminster Borough Council election results map. Conservatives in blue and Labour in red.

Council control before election

Conservative

Council control after election

Conservative

The 2018 Westminster City Council election was held on 3 May 2018, the same day as other London Boroughs. All 60 seats were up for election[2] along with the 12 seats of Queen's Park Community Council, the parish council in the north west of the city. Despite initial expectations of Labour gains across the borough, the Conservative party were able to hold the council and only lost 3 seats.[3][4] The Conservatives won the popular vote across the borough by a small margin of 923 votes (1.7%), but nonetheless won a decisive victory in terms of seats, winning 41 councillors to Labour's 19.

The Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats all ran full slates of 60 candidates. There were also candidates from the Greens as well as three from the Campaign Against Pedestrianisation of Oxford Street.

The count took place in Lindley Hall and ran overnight.

Result

Westminster local election result 2018[5]
Party Seats Gains Losses Net gain/loss Seats % Votes % Votes +/−
  Conservative 41 1 4 -3 68.3 42.8 22,656 +1.8
  Labour 19 4 1 +3 31.7 41.1 21,733 +7.6
  Liberal Democrats 0 0 0 0 0.0 9.4 4,955 +3.0
  Green 0 0 0 0 0.0 4.2 2,237 -9.3
  Independent 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.3 164 -1.4
  Others 0 0 0 0 0.0 2.2 1,137 +2.2

Ward results

The percentage of vote share and majority are based on the average for each party's votes in each ward. The raw majority number is the margin of votes between the lowest-placed winning party candidate and the opposition party's highest-placed losing candidate. Starred candidates are the incumbents.

Abbey Road

Abbey Road (3)[6][7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Lindsey Hall * 1,542 65.2 +1.7
Conservative Peter Ashley Freeman * 1,503 63.6 +1.6
Conservative Judith Anne Warner * 1,480 62.6 +0.5
Labour Phillida Rosamond Luis Inman 480 20.3 -3.9
Labour Sam Gardner 479 20.3 -1.0
Labour Connor Lewis Jones 402 17.0 -0.9
Liberal Democrats Helen Patricia Davies 294 12.4 +1.4
Green Emmanuelle Catherine Tandy 212 9.0 -4.2
Liberal Democrats Seth Barney Weisz 203 8.6 N/A
Liberal Democrats Peter Howard Toeman 193 8.2 N/A
Majority 1000 42.3
Turnout 6788 37.0 +6.1
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Bayswater

Bayswater (3)[6][7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Maggie Carman 1,018 39.6 +16.2
Conservative Francis Richard Elcho 1,013 39.4 -5.2
Conservative Emily Victoria Payne 1,011 39.4 ±0.0
Conservative Richard Rowland William Holloway * 937 36.5 -3.9
Labour Dafydd Wyn Elis 916 35.7 +13.2
Labour Max Sullivan 851 33.1 +13.0
Liberal Democrats Phillip Lindsay Kerle 532 20.7 -4.5
Liberal Democrats Sarah Gonzales Ryan 509 19.8 -4.2
Liberal Democrats Patrick Joseph Ryan 449 17.5 -2.3
Green Lionel Fry 233 9.1 -9.5
Majority 74 2.9
Turnout 7469 39.7 +9.3
Labour gain from Conservative Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Bryanston and Dorset Square

Bryanston and Dorset Square (3)[8][9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Richard Martin Beddoe * 1,137 51.8 -6.0
Conservative Barbara Jolanda Arzymanow 1,069 48.7 -10.4
Conservative Eoghain Leo Murphy 986 44.9 -6.5
Labour Rima Elizabeth Horton 585 26.6 +3.7
Labour Mohamed Rashid Hammeda 473 21.5 +1.2
Labour Neil Macrae Taylor 455 20.7 +1.6
Campaign Against Pedestrianisation of Oxford Street Kevin Richard Coyne 452 20.6 N/A
Liberal Democrats Nicola Browne 351 16.0 +2.0
Liberal Democrats Thierry Haim David Serero 280 12.8 +1.0
Green Michael Fry 279 12.7 -6.0
Liberal Democrats Martin Adam Thompson 210 9.6 N/A
Majority 401 18.3
Turnout 6277 39.7 +3.3
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Results are compared with the 2014 council election, not the 2015 by-election.

Church Street

Church Street (3)[8][10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Aicha Less * 1,796 73.5 +5.1
Labour Abdul Aziz Toki * 1,739 71.1 +12.0
Labour Matt Noble 1,727 70.6 +11.7
Conservative Margot Joan Bright 418 17.1 -1.2
Conservative Adam Dean 381 15.6 -0.9
Conservative Rachid Boufas 358 14.6 -2.0
Green David James Blyth 176 7.2 -6.2
Liberal Democrats Mathieu Charles Emile Primot 121 4.9 N/A
Liberal Democrats Rachel Georgina Jagger 120 4.9 N/A
Liberal Democrats Andrew Paul Shaylor 84 3.4 N/A
Majority 1309 53.5
Turnout 6920 33.5 -1.3
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing

Results are compared with the 2014 council election, not the 2016 by-election.

Churchill

Churchill (3)[1][11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Shamim Talukder * 1,303 44.6 -2.0
Labour Andrea Emma Louise Mann 1,281 43.9 -3.3
Conservative Murad Gassanly * 1,243 42.6 -4.6
Labour Jason Thomas Williams * 1,234 42.2 -1.4
Conservative Shaista Miah 1,208 41.4 +0.9
Conservative Bota Hopkinson 1,182 40.5 +1.5
Liberal Democrats Richard Anthony Bath 223 7.6 +0.6
Liberal Democrats Keith Reginald Dugmore 198 6.8 -0.2
Liberal Democrats Omar Hegazi 168 5.8 N/A
Independent Muhammad Eawor Uddin 164 5.6 -4.4
Majority 9 0.4
Turnout 8204 45.6 +3.8
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing
Conservative gain from Labour Swing

Murad Gassanly was elected in 2014 as a Labour Party candidate, before becoming an Independent and then joining the Conservative Party. The change in his share of the vote is shown from his result as a Labour candidate in 2014.

Harrow Road

Harrow Road (3)[1][11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Ruth Elizabeth Bush * 2,023 74.9 +4.6
Labour Guthrie Kerr McKie * 1,804 66.8 +8.1
Labour Tim Roca * 1,660 61.5 +5.9
Conservative Grazyna Krystina Alycia Green 461 17.1 -4.4
Conservative Aled Rhys Jones 414 15.3 -0.7
Conservative Thomas Jacobus Weekenborg 386 14.3 +0.6
Green Roc Sandford 347 12.9 -5.3
Liberal Democrats Michael Roger Griffin 182 6.7 N/A
Liberal Democrats Kevin Patrick Greenan 179 6.6 N/A
Liberal Democrats Dorothy Helen Newman 175 6.5 N/A
Majority 1199 44.4
Turnout 7631 34.4 +1.5
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing

Results are compared with the 2014 council election, not the 2015 by-election.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park (3)[12][6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Antonia Mary Cox * 1,104 52.0 -6.8
Conservative Ian McLean Adams 1,100 51.8 +1.7
Conservative Heather Jane Acton * 1,093 51.5 -7.3
Labour Barbara Rose Hainsworth 674 31.7 +1.9
Labour Judith Anne Southern 654 30.8 +4.0
Labour David Kenneth Lumby 598 28.2 +6.0
Liberal Democrats Sian Elizabeth Morgan 263 12.4 N/A
Green Alex Horn 239 11.3 -2.5
Liberal Democrats Valentine Cecile Marie Moscovici 212 10.0 N/A
Liberal Democrats Roy Yaghi 201 9.5 N/A
Majority 419 19.8
Turnout 6138 31.3 +4.7
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Knightsbridge and Belgravia

Knightsbridge and Belgravia (3)[12]>[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Tony Devenish * 1,176 79.4 +4.5
Conservative Elizabeth Suzanne Hitchcock 1,164 78.6 +0.7
Conservative Rachael Robathan * 1,144 77.2 +0.7
Liberal Democrats Rosamund Durnford-Slater 158 10.7 N/A
Labour Marini Annabel Helen Thorne 153 10.3 -2.2
Labour Peter William Heap 152 10.3 -0.1
Labour James Dylan Thomson 135 9.1 +0.6
Liberal Democrats Chas Foulds 126 8.5 N/A
Liberal Democrats Jonah Louis Weisz 93 6.3 N/A
Majority 986 66.5
Turnout 4301 34.5 +8.2
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Lancaster Gate

Lancaster Gate (3)[14][15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Susie Burbridge * 1,318 49.6 -9.0
Conservative Robert Jonathan Davis * 1,226 46.2 -7.3
Conservative Andrew Paul Smith * 1,223 46.1 -5.1
Labour Angela Patricia Piddock 992 37.2 +14.2
Labour Liz Whitmore 967 36.3 +13.1
Labour Simon James Wyatt 852 32.0 +8.4
Liberal Democrats Sue Baring 456 17.1 +2.5
Liberal Democrats Sally Elizabeth Gray 376 14.1 N/A
Liberal Democrats Nathalie Ubilava 321 12.0 N/A
Majority 231 8.9
Turnout 7731 38.1 +9.1
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Little Venice

Little Venice (3)[14][15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Melvyn Bernard Caplan * 1,479 50.4 -1.0
Conservative Lorraine Dean 1,422 48.5 -1.7
Conservative Matthew Charles Green 1,354 46.1 -4.1
Labour Sue Wolff 1,177 40.1 +7.7
Labour Iman Less 1,148 39.1 +7.4
Labour Murad Qureshi 1,127 38.4 +7.4
Liberal Democrats Marianne Veronique Magnin 307 10.5 +2.6
Liberal Democrats Benjamin John Hurdis 275 9.4 N/A
Liberal Democrats Roberto Jose Ekholm 264 9.0 +1.7
Majority 177 6.0
Turnout 8553 44.3 +11.8
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Maida Vale

Maida Vale (3)[14][16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Geoff Barraclough 1,306 47.9 +11.6
Labour Rita Begum * 1,301 47.8 +4.4
Labour Nafsika Butler-Thalassis 1,254 46.0 +10.8
Conservative Jan Prendergast * 1,195 43.9 -6.0
Conservative Amanda Lilian Langford 1,084 39.8 -3.6
Conservative Nathan Patrick Parsad 1,079 39.6 +2.8
Green Lynnet Jane Pready 246 9.0 -7.3
Liberal Democrats Haude Jeanne Rose Lannon Polner 202 7.4 -4.4
Liberal Democrats Michael Francis Cox 160 5.9 N/A
Liberal Democrats Charles Jack Goodman 157 5.8 N/A
Majority 59 2.1
Turnout 7984 40.8 +5.0
Labour gain from Conservative Swing
Labour hold Swing
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

Marylebone High Street

Marylebone High Street (3)[14]<[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Iain James Bott * 1,181 59.2 -5.6
Conservative Ian David Rowley * 1,147 57.5 -4.4
Conservative Karen Toni Scarborough * 1,101 55.2 -2.9
Labour Florence Amelia Kettle 395 19.8 +1.3
Labour Barbara Irene Johnston 383 19.2 +2.2
Labour Cheyenne Angel 381 19.1 +4.2
Campaign Against Pedestrianisation of Oxford Street Michael John Dunn 355 17.8 N/A
Liberal Democrats Alistair Graeme Barr 250 12.5 +0.6
Liberal Democrats Andrew Donaldson Byrne 229 11.5 +1.7
Liberal Democrats Stefan Nardi-Hiebl 195 9.8 +2.9
Green Zack Polanski 165 8.3 -8.2
Majority 706 35.4
Turnout 5782 34.7 +5.9
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Queen's Park

Queen's Park (3)[17][18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Patricia McAllister * 2,248 76.4 +6.5
Labour Paul Howard Dimoldenberg * 2,210 75.1 +8.0
Labour Hamza Taouzzale 2,038 69.3 +3.6
Conservative Sarah Rick-Harris 472 16.0 -3.8
Conservative Timothy Peter Reginald Cohen 418 14.2 -0.5
Conservative Laila Dupuy 391 13.3 -0.7
Liberal Democrats Andrew George New 220 7.5 N/A
Liberal Democrats Jane Caroline Grantham Smithard 193 6.6 N/A
Liberal Democrats Robert Piers Cottrell 191 6.5 N/A
Majority 1566 53.3
Turnout 8381 36.2 +0.8
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing

Regent's Park

Regent's Park (3)[17][18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Robert Charles Rigby * 1,445 52.7 -0.2
Conservative Gotz Mohindra * 1,403 51.1 +4.6
Conservative Paul Stanley Swaddle 1,394 50.8 -3.4
Labour Janet Ann Seale 1,004 36.6 +0.9
Labour Hussain Ahmed 946 34.5 +4.3
Labour Liam Marcus Taggart 945 34.4 +4.6
Liberal Democrats Kathryn Hertel Kerle 236 8.6 -1.2
Green Vivien Aviva Lichtenstein 204 7.4 -7.1
Liberal Democrats Julian Mark Sims 196 7.1 N/A
Liberal Democrats Sam Peterson 191 7.0 N/A
Majority 390 14.2
Turnout 7964 40.3 +9.1
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

St James's

St James's (3)[19][20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Mark Angus Shearer 1,398 52.5 +7.9
Conservative Louise Ruth Hyams * 1,376 51.7 +3.2
Conservative Tim Mitchell * 1,373 51.5 +4.3
Labour Georgina Tracey Newson 854 32.1 +4.5
Labour Dorothy Nkechinyere Edwin 830 31.2 +6.0
Labour Zayna Ali 815 30.6 +8.4
Liberal Democrats Gabrielle Diana Ward-Smith 321 12.0 +1.4
Liberal Democrats Paul Diggory 311 11.7 +2.1
Green Sean Charles Ironside 235 8.8 -6.8
Liberal Democrats Freddie Anderton Joseph Poser 232 8.7 -0.2
Majority 519 19.4
Turnout 7745 37.1 +7.5
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Tachbrook

Tachbrook (3)[19][20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Angela Ann Harvey * 1,409 52.1 +2.5
Conservative Jim Glen 1,400 51.8 +1.8
Conservative James Michael Spencer 1,326 49.1 -0.4
Labour Gillian Sharon Arrindell 1,051 38.9 +13.2
Labour Terry Helen Harper 1,008 37.3 +13.0
Labour William Thomson 951 35.2 +12.9
Liberal Democrats Sarah Elizabeth Tebbit 236 8.7 -1.8
Liberal Democrats Sophie Service 210 7.8 -1.3
Liberal Democrats Paul Geoffrey David Pettinger 209 7.7 +1.7
Majority 275 10.2
Turnout 7800 47.3 +9.9
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Vincent Square

Vincent Square (3)[21][22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative David John Harvey * 1,679 50.9 -1.2
Conservative Danny John Chalkley * 1,594 48.3 -1.5
Conservative Selina Ann Short 1,579 47.9 -0.1
Labour Justin Henry Maynard Jones 1,263 38.3 +8.2
Labour Henry Carleton Richard Tufnell 1,155 35.0 +6.1
Labour Ananthi Paskaralingam 1,148 34.8 +8.6
Green Stephanie Alexandra Landymore 326 9.9 -7.2
Liberal Democrats Andrew James Rogers 271 8.2 N/A
Liberal Democrats James Hayden Morgan 265 8.0 N/A
Liberal Democrats Russell James Fordham Kirk 247 7.5 N/A
Majority 316 9.6
Turnout 9527 45.4 +8.9
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Warwick

Warwick (3)[21][6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Nickie Aiken * 1,575 61.8 +1.2
Conservative Jacqui Wilkinson * 1,473 57.8 +1.3
Conservative Christabel Diana Beatrice Flight * 1,439 56.5 +2.8
Labour Shelly Dene Asquith 716 28.1 +6.0
Labour Bren Andrew Albiston 692 27.1 +7.8
Labour Andrew John David Taylor 648 25.4 +6.2
Liberal Democrats Stephanie Morgan Tyrer 282 11.1 +3.0
Liberal Democrats Mark Abraham Platt 248 9.7 +2.6
Liberal Democrats David Thomas Derrick 244 9.6 +1.9
CPA Gabriela Paola Fajardo Palacios 39 1.5 N/A
Majority 723 28.4
Turnout 7356 40.6 +5.2
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Results are compared with the 2014 council election, not the 2015 by-election.

West End

West End (3)[21][6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Timothy Patrick Logie Barnes 990 43.2 -11.7
Labour Pancho Lewis 984 42.9 +18.7
Conservative Jonathan Glanz * 973 42.5 -3.8
Labour Patrick Eamon Joseph Lilley 947 41.3 +18.0
Labour Caroline Louise Ruby Saville 927 40.4 +19.4
Conservative Hillary Su 868 37.9 -11.0
Campaign Against Pedestrianisation of Oxford Street Ronald Whelan 291 12.7 N/A
Green Minne Fry 188 8.2 -8.3
Liberal Democrats Sophie Amanda Taylor 178 7.8 ±0.0
Liberal Democrats Florian David Jean Gaetan Chevoppe-Verdier 142 6.2 N/A
Liberal Democrats Alan Watson Ravenscroft 127 5.5 -2.6
Majority 26 1.2
Turnout 6615 31.1 +1.2
Conservative hold Swing
Labour gain from Conservative Swing
Conservative hold Swing

Westbourne

Westbourne (3)[21][6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour David Boothroyd * 1,740 68.8 +1.6
Labour Adam John Walsworth Hug * 1,710 67.6 +1.2
Labour Papya Qureshi * 1,704 67.4 +6.1
Conservative Angus James Wyatt 421 16.7 -1.8
Conservative Thomas Jasper Gwyndaf Davies 412 16.3 +0.5
Conservative Theodore Roos 385 15.2 -0.4
Green Holly Rose Robinson 219 8.7 -6.2
Liberal Democrats Mary Helena Elizabeth Armstrong 189 7.5 N/A
Liberal Democrats Anthony Peter Williams 164 6.5 N/A
Liberal Democrats Angelos-Stylianos Chryssogelos 163 6.4 N/A
Majority 1283 52.2 +7.6
Turnout 7107 37.8 +5.7
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing
Labour hold Swing

2018 and 2021 by-elections

Lancaster Gate by-election, 22 November 2018[23]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Margot Joan Bright 913 47.2 -1.5
Labour Angela Patricia Piddock 684 35.4 -1.0
Liberal Democrats Sally Elizabeth Gray 275 14.2 -0.7
Green Zack Polanski 62 3.2 +3.2
Majority 229 11.8 -0.5
Turnout 1,934 27.75 -10.3
Conservative hold Swing

The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Robert J. Davis.[24]

Churchill by-election, 6 May 2021[25][26]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Liza Begum 1,340 45.6
Conservative Shaista Miah 1,016 34.6
Liberal Democrats Vikas Aggarwal 295 10.0
Green Zack Polanski 186 6.3
For Britain Andrew James Cavell 99 3.4
Majority 324 11.0
Turnout 2,936
Labour hold Swing

The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Andrea Mann.[27]

See also

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