2022 Worthing Borough Council election

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14 of the 37 seats to Worthing Borough Council
19 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party Labour Conservative Liberal Democrats
Seats before 17 17 2
Seats won 10 4 0
Seats after 23 12 1
Seat change Increase6

Decrease5 Decrease1
Popular vote 15,201 11,998 2,239
Percentage 48.1% 35.5% 6.6%

The 2022 Worthing Borough Council election took place on 5 May 2022 to elect members of Worthing Borough Council, on the same day as other UK local elections.

The Labour Party won control of the council for the first time,[2] ending 18 years of Conservative administration.

Ward results

Broadwater

Broadwater[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Margaret Howard 1,450 59.0 +13.7
Conservative Paisley Thomson 667 27.1 -12.8
Green Richard Battson 173 7.0 -0.6
Liberal Democrats John Apsey 168 6.8 +0.2
Majority 783 31.9
Turnout 36
Labour hold Swing

Castle

Castle[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Ibsha Choudhury 1,297
Labour Samuel Theodoridi 1,060
Conservative Nicky Waight 696
Conservative Habib Shashaty 658
Liberal Democrats Nick Wiltshire 287
Liberal Democrats Robin Rogers 281
Green Christopher Smith 188
Majority 364
Turnout 34
Labour gain from Conservative Swing
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

Central

Central[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Jim Deen 1,591 60.5 +16.3
Conservative Josh Harris 613 23.3 -6.6
Green Jo Paul 212 8.1 -9.7
Liberal Democrats Christine Brown 169 6.4 -0.5
Freedom Alliance Christopher Woodward 46 1.7 N/A
Majority 978 37.2
Turnout 34
Labour hold Swing

Durrington

Durrington[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Charles James 674 47.8 -7.4
Labour Graham McKnight 513 36.4 +14.5
Liberal Democrats Emma Norton 223 15.8 +1.0
Majority 161 11.4
Turnout 32
Conservative hold Swing

Gaisford

Gaisford[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Dale Overton 1,686 57.4 +15.1
Conservative Bryan Turner 854 29.1 -9.0
Green Stephen Carleysmith 218 7.4 -2.3
Liberal Democrats Michael Donin 180 6.1 -2.8
Majority 832 28.3
Turnout 42
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

Goring

Goring[8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Kevin Jenkins 1,347 43.8 -17.1
Green Sonya Mallin 1,000 32.5 +23.0
Labour Bruce Taylor 726 23.6 +3.1
Majority 347 11.3
Turnout 45
Conservative hold Swing

Heene

Heene[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Richard Mulholland 1,333 53.5 +10.3
Conservative Syed Ahmed 883 35.4 -1.2
Green Ian Davey 276 11.1 -2.6
Majority 450 18.1
Turnout 38
Labour hold Swing

Marine

Marine[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Andy Whight 1,595 53.6 +7.0
Conservative Edward Crouch 1,144 38.5 -3.9
Green Julie Dawe 236 7.9 +2.1
Majority 451 15.1
Turnout 45
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

Northbrook

Northbrook[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Mike Barrett 561 44.6 +15.1
Conservative Sean McDonald 547 43.5 -7.0
Liberal Democrats Keith Sunderland 149 11.9 +1.7
Majority 14 1.1
Turnout 25
Labour gain from Conservative Swing

Offington

Offington[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Nigel Morgan 1,364 53.8 -10.9
Labour Helen Abrahams 843 33.3 +17.2
Green Steve Rhodes 327 12.9 +3.6
Majority 521 20.5
Turnout 39
Conservative hold Swing

Salvington

Salvington[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Heather Mercer 1,351 52.8 -6.2
Labour Lysanne Skinner 882 34.5 +17.3
Green Melanie Ling 325 12.7 +4.1
Majority 469 18.3
Turnout 36
Conservative hold Swing

Selden

Selden[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Dan Hermitage 1,455 60.3 +13.9
Conservative Keith Bickers 685 28.4 -6.9
Green Clare Marshall 144 6.0 -3.4
Liberal Democrats Yvonne Leonard 130 5.4 -0.3
Majority 770 31.9
Turnout 39
Labour hold Swing

Tarring

Tarring[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Rita Garner 1,269 49.2 +23.9
Liberal Democrats Iona Harte 652 25.3 -13.2
Conservative John Salisbury 515 20.0 -6.4
Green Karen Brooks 142 5.5 -1.4
Majority 617 23.9
Turnout 40
Labour gain from Liberal Democrats Swing

References

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