Allerton
Allerton & Hunts Cross (2004-2023)
Allerton ward within Liverpool
Population5,464 (2021 census)
Registered Electors4,286 (2023 elections)
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Allerton ward is an electoral district of Liverpool City Council. within the Liverpool Wavertree and Garston and Halewood Parliamentary constituencies.

Background

The ward was created in 1920 from the former Allerton, Childwall & Little Woolton ward. Its boundaries were changed for the 1953, 1973 and 1980 elections.

1953 boundaries

A map of the city of Liverpool showing 1954 council ward boundaries. Allerton ward is highlighted
1954 ward boundaries
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1980 boundaries

A map of the city of Liverpool showing 1980 council ward boundaries. Allerton ward is highlighted
1980 ward boundaries

A report of the Local Government Boundary Commission for England published in November 1978 set out proposals for changes to the wards of Liverpool City Council, maintaining the number of councillors at 99 representing 33 wards. Aigburth ward was represented by three councillors.[1]

The report describes the boundaries as "Commencing at a point where the eastern boundary of the City meets the West Allerton - Widnes railway, thence westwards and northwestwards along said railway to the eastern boundary of Grassendale Ward, thence generally northwestwards along said boundary to the southern boundary of Church Ward, thence eastwards along said boundary to the southwestern boundary of Woolton Ward, thence southeast wards along said boundary and generally eastwards along the southern boundary of said ward to the eastern boundary of the City, thence southwards along said boundary to the point of commencement".[2]

2004 election

A map of the city of Liverpool showing 2004 council ward boundaries. Allerton ward is highlighted
2004 ward boundaries

The ward was renamed as Allerton and Hunts Cross however the newly named ward retained the majority of the former ward, losing the area around Calderstones Park to the new Church ward and small parts of the new Cressington and Woolton wards, and gaining another area of Woolton ward.[3][4]

The ward boundaries followed Menlove Avenue, through Woolton Woods, School Lane, Speke Road, Kings Drive, Out Lane, Halewood Road, Mackets Lane, Hillfoot Avenue, the West Coast Main Line, Mather Avenue, Booker Avenue and Yewtree Road.[4]

The population of the ward at the 2021 census of 15,240.[5]

2023 boundaries

The 2022 review by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England decided that the existing 30 wards each represented by three Councillors should be replaced by 64 wards represented by 85 councillors with varying representation by one, two or three councillors per ward.[6] The Allerton ward was recreated as a smaller, single-member ward from a section of the previous Church and Allerton and Hunts Cross wards.

The new ward boundaries follow Rose Lane, the West Coast Main Line, Booker Avenue, Mather Avenue, Heath Road, Menlove Avenue, and Allerton Road.

Councillors

Election Councillor Councillor Councillor[7]
(1920-1980)
1980 William Fearnside (Con) James Ross (Con) Sheila Crane (Con)
1982 T. Morrison (Con) James Ross (Con) Sheila Crane (Con)
1983 T. Morrison (Con) James Ross (Con) Sheila Crane (Con)
1984 T. Morrison (Con) James Ross (Con) Sheila Crane (Con)
1986 Flo Clucas (All) James Ross (Con) Sheila Crane (Con)
1987 Flo Clucas (All) F.S. Roderick (SDP) Sheila Crane (Con)
1988 Flo Clucas (All) F.S. Roderick (SDP) T. Smith (Lab)
1990 Flo Clucas (LD) F.S. Roderick (SDP) T. Smith (Lab)
1991 Flo Clucas (LD) Vera Best (LD) T. Smith (Lab)
1992 Flo Clucas (LD) Vera Best (LD) W. Bullock (LD)
1994 Flo Clucas (LD) Vera Best (LD) W. Bullock (LD)
1995 Flo Clucas (LD) Vera Best (LD) W. Bullock (LD)
1996 Flo Clucas (LD) Vera Best (LD) Rosie Cooper (LD)
1998 Flo Clucas (LD) Vera Best (LD) Rosie Cooper (LD)
1999 Flo Clucas (LD) Vera Best (LD) Rosie Cooper (LD)
2000 Flo Clucas (LD) Vera Best (LD) Rosie Cooper (LD)
2002 Flo Clucas (LD) Vera Best (LD) John Clucas (LD)
2003 Flo Clucas (LD) Vera Best (LD) John Clucas (LD)
WARD REFORMED AS ALLERTON & HUNTS CROSS WARD
2004 Vera Best (LD) John Clucas (LD) Flo Clucas (LD)
2006 Vera Best (LD) John Clucas (LD) Flo Clucas (LD)
2007 Vera Best (LD) John Clucas (LD) Flo Clucas (LD)
2008 Vera Best (LD) John Clucas (LD) Flo Clucas (LD)
2010 Vera Best (LD) John Clucas (LD) Flo Clucas (LD)
2011 Vera Best (LD) Ian Jobling (Lab) Flo Clucas (LD)
2012 Vera Best (LD) Ian Jobling (Lab) Dan Hughes (Lab)
2012 Rachael O'Byrne (Lab)[a] Ian Jobling (Lab) Dan Hughes (Lab)
2014 Rachael O'Byrne (Lab) Ian Jobling (Lab) Dan Hughes (Lab)
2015 Rachael O'Byrne (Lab) Sharon Connor (Lab) Dan Hughes (Lab)
2016 Rachael O'Byrne (Lab) Sharon Connor (Lab) Mirna Juarez (LD)
2018 Kimberley Berry (Lab) Sharon Connor (Lab) Mirna Juarez (LD)
2019 Kimberley Berry (Lab) Sharon Connor (Lab) Mirna Juarez (LD)
2021 Kimberley Berry (Lab) Sharon Connor (Lab) Mirna Juarez (LD)
WARD REFORMED AS ALLERTON WARD
2023 Andrew Makinson (LD)

  indicates seat up for re-election after boundary changes.

  indicates seat up for re-election.

  indicates change in affiliation.

  indicates seat up for re-election after casual vacancy.

Notes

a.^ Cllr Vera Best (Liberal Democrat, 2010) resigned from the council in 2012 citing ill health.[8]

Election Results

Elections of the 2020s

4th May 2023[9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Andrew Kendrick Makinson[Note 1] 1,143 61.95
Labour Clare Agnes McIntyre[Note 2] 445 24.12
Green Rosalyn Morton 193 10.46
Conservative Nathan Gallimore-King 64 3.47
Majority 698 37.83
Turnout 1,845 43.05
Rejected ballots 8 0.43
Total ballots 1853
Registered electors 4,286
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
6th May 2021[10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Mirna Juarez 2,244 50.26 Increase 12.92
Labour Mark Steven Norris 1,451 32.50 Decrease 18.14
Green Maggi Williams 300 6.72 Decrease 0.64
Conservative Denise Mary Nuttall 210 4.70 Increase 0.05
Liberal Niall Hutchinson 179 4.01 Steady N/A
TUSC Adam Carl Smith 81 1.81 Steady N/A
Majority 793 17.76 Increase 4.45
Turnout 4,465 38.70 Decrease 0.57
Rejected ballots 54 1.19 Increase 0.41
Total ballots 4,519 39.17
Registered electors 11,536
Liberal Democrats hold Swing +15.53

Elections of the 2010s

Thursday 2nd May 2019[11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sharon Connor 2,318 50.64 Increase 6.38
Liberal Democrats Fiona McBride 1,709 37.34 Decrease 5.18
Green Maggi Williams 337 7.36 Increase 1.91
Conservative Denise Mary Nuttall 213 4.65 Decrease 2.98
Majority 609 13.31 Increase 11.57
Turnout 4,541 39.27 Increase2.52
Rejected ballots 36 0.78 Increase 0.64
Total ballots 4,577 39.58
Registered electors 11,565
Labour hold Swing +5.78
Thursday 3rd May 2018[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Kimberley Jane Berry 1,885 44.26 Increase 8.19
Liberal Democrats Steve Brauner 1,811 42.52 Decrease 4.11
Conservative Denise Mary Nuttall 325 7.63 Decrease 0.19
Green Maggi Williams 232 5.45 Decrease 0.95
Majority 74 1.74 Decrease 8.83
Turnout 4,253 36.75 Decrease 2.81
Rejected ballots 6 0.14
Total ballots 4,259 36.80
Registered electors 11,589
Labour hold Swing +6.15
Thursday 5th May 2016[13]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Mirna Lizzett Juarez 2,105 46.63 Increase27.95
Labour Ged Gibbons 1,628 36.07 Decrease18.92
Conservative Johnathan Peter Andrew 353 7.82 Decrease 6.20
Green Maggi Williams 289 6.40 Decrease 1.65
Liberal Irene Lillian Morrison 89 1.97 Increase 0.70
Majority 477 10.57 Decrease25.74
Turnout 4,464 39.56 Decrease29.69
Rejected ballots 50
Total ballots 4,514
Registered electors
Liberal Democrats gain from Labour Swing +23.44
Thursday 7th May 2015[14]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sharon Connor 4,339 54.99 Increase 3.87
Liberal Democrats Mirna Lizzett Juarez 1,474 18.68 Decrease 5.74
Conservative Giselle Henrietta McDonald 1,106 14.02 Increase 3.06
Green Neil Patterson 635 8.05 Decrease 2.30
TUSC Annie Chambers 237 3.00 Steady N/A
Liberal Irene Lillian Morrison 100 1.27 Decrease 0.89
Majority 2,865 36.31 Increase 10.61
Turnout 7,891 69.25 +34.50
Rejected ballots 55
Total ballots 7,946
Registered electors
Labour hold Swing 5.30
Thursday 22nd May 2014[15]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Rachael O'Byrne 1,991 51.12 Decrease 6.26
Liberal Democrats Mirna Lizzett Juarez 990 25.42 Increase 3.10
Conservative Christopher James Halligan 427 10.96 Increase 1.46
Green Maggi Williams 403 10.35 Increase 7.30
Liberal Irene Lillian Morrison 84 2.16 Decrease 4.37
Majority 1,001 25.70 Decrease 9.36
Turnout 3,895 34.75
Labour hold Swing -4.68
Allerton & Hunts Cross By-Election: Thursday 5th July 2012[16]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Rachel O'Byrne 1,450 57.38 Decrease 4.35
Liberal Democrats Mirna Lizzett Juarez 564 22.32 Increase 4.51
Conservative Christopher Matthew Hall 240 9.50 Increase 0.01
Liberal Christopher Hulme 165 6.53 Increase 1.50
Green Maggi Williams 77 3.05 Decrease 2.89
TUSC Lynne Wild 31 1.23 Steady N/A
Majority 886 35.06 Decrease} 8.86
Turnout 2,527
Labour gain from Liberal Democrats Swing -4.43
Thursday 3rd May 2012[17]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Dan Hughes 2,465 61.73 Increase 6.56
Liberal Democrats Philip John Wren 711 17.81 Decrease 8.90
Conservative Lewis Wooding-Smith 379 9.49 Increase 1.42
Green Margaret Williams 237 5.94 Increase 3.04
Liberal Chris Hulme 201 5.03 Increase 2.16
Majority 1,754 43.93 Increase15.47
Turnout 3,993 36.18 Decrease 6.36
Labour gain from Liberal Democrats Swing +7.73
Thursday 5th May 2011[18]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Ian Jobling 2,572 55.17 Increase16.86
Liberal Democrats John Philip Clucas 1,245 26.71 Decrease17.15
Conservative Jade Louise Adamowicz 376 8.07 Decrease 6.00
UKIP Michelle Long 200 4.29 Steady N/A
Green Maggi Williams 135 2.90 Decrease 0.86
Liberal Chris Hulme 134 2.87 Steady N/A
Majority 1,327 28.46 Increase22.92
Turnout 4662 42.54 Decrease22.21
Labour gain from Liberal Democrats Swing +17.01
Thursday 6th May 2010[19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Vera Best 3,148 43.86 Decrease 4.70
Labour Colin McAlley 2,750 38.31 Increase17.61
Conservative Adam Marsden 1,010 14.07 Decrease 8.23
Green Margaret Williams 270 3.76 Decrease 1.41
Majority 398 5.54 Decrease20.72
Turnout 7,178 64.75 Increase34.55
Liberal Democrats hold Swing -11.16

Elections of the 2000s

Thursday 1st May 2008[20]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Flo Clucas 1,605 48.56 Decrease15.33
Conservative Adam Marsden 737 22.30 Steady N/A
Labour Colin McAlley 684 20.70 Decrease 4.14
Green Margaret Williams 171 5.17 Decrease 1.03
Liberal Christopher Hulme 108 3.27 Decrease 1.80
Majority 868 26.26 Decrease12.79
Turnout 3305 30.20 Increase 5.74
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Thursday 3rd May 2007[21]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats John Clucas 1,700 63.89 Increase14.33
Labour Patrick John Devaney 661 24.84 Increase 3.81
Green Margaret Williams 165 6.20 Decrease 0.26
Liberal Christopher Hulme 135 5.07 Decrease 0.87
Majority 1,039 39.05 Increase10.52
Turnout 2,661 24.46 Decrease 5.56
Liberal Democrats hold Swing +5.26
Thursday 4th May 2006[22]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Vera Best 1,619 49.56 Decrease 16.22
Labour Daniel Patrick Hughes 687 21.03 Increase 1.39
Conservative Brenda Coppell 556 17.02 Increase 4.54
Green Margaret Williams 211 6.46 Steady N/A
Liberal Christopher Hulme 194 5.94 Decrease 0.17
Majority 932 28.53 Increase18.74
Turnout 3,267 30.02 Decrease13.28
Liberal Democrats hold Swing
Thursday 10 June 2004[Note 3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Flo Clucas 3,058 65.78
Liberal Democrats John Clucas 2,603 55.99
Liberal Democrats Veronica Best 2,409 51.82
Labour William Braben 913 19.64
Labour David Shepherd 733 15.77
Labour Carol Crofts 726 15.62
Conservative Brenda Coppell 580 12.48
Conservative Norman Coppell 564 12.13
Conservative Mark Bill 510 10.97
Liberal Christopher Hulme 284 6.11
Majority 455 9.79
Turnout 4,649 43.30
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Liberal Democrats win (new seat)
Thursday 1st May 2003[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Vera Best 1,599 52.31 Decrease 2.87
Labour Laurence Freeman 603 19.73 Increase 0.46
Conservative Mark Bill 536 17.53 Increase 3.10
Liberal Christopher Hulme 185 6.05 Decrease 2.03
Green Andrew Hoban 134 4.38 Increase 1.34
Majority 996 32.58 Decrease 3.33
Turnout 3,057 25.18 Decrease 5.49
Registered electors 12,139
Liberal Democrats hold Swing -1.66
Thursday 2nd May 2002[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Flo Clucas 2,050 55.18 Decrease 5.69
Labour Laurence Freeman 716 19.27 Increase 4.55
Conservative Mark Bill 536 14.43 Decrease 5.79
Liberal Christopher Hulme 300 8.08 Steady N/A
Green Eleanor Martin 113 3.04 Decrease 1.16
Majority 1,334 35.91 Decrease 4.74
Turnout 3,715 30.67 Increase 7.99
Registered electors 12,113
Liberal Democrats hold Swing -5.12
Thursday 4th May 2000[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats John Clucas 1,683 60.87 Decrease 6.93
Conservative Mark Bill 559 20.22 Increase10.72
Labour G. Martin 407 14.72 Decrease 1.01
Green R.Cantwell 116 4.20 Increase 2.17
Majority 1,276 40.65 Decrease11.42
Turnout 2,765 22.68 Decrease 7.11
Registered electors 12,193
Liberal Democrats hold Swing -8.82

Elections of the 1990s

Thursday 6th May 1999[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Vera Best 2,470 67.80 Increase 7.67
Labour D. Garmann 573 15.73 Decrease 1.58
Conservative M. E. Bill 346 9.50 Decrease 2.59
Green R. E. Cantwell 74 2.03 Steady N/A
Independent C. Hulme 180 4.94 Decrease 5.53
Majority 1,897 52.07 Increase 9.25
Turnout 3,643 29.79 Increase 2.19
Registered electors 12,229
Liberal Democrats hold Swing +4.63
Thursday 7th May 1998[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Flo Clucas 2,015 60.13 Increase11.32
Labour P. Rhodes 580 17.31 Decrease 8.42
Conservative M.E. Bill 405 12.09 Increase 0.70
Allerton Lib Dem Ward Resident C. Hulme 351 10.47 Decrease 2.00
Majority 1,435 42.82 Increase19.75
Turnout 3,351 27.60 Decrease 5.66
Registered electors 12,142
Liberal Democrats hold Swing +9.87
Thursday 2nd May 1996[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Rosie Cooper 1,946 48.81 Decrease 2.52
Labour M. Bailey 1,026 25.73 Decrease 7.67
Allerton Liberal Democrats C. Hulme 497 12.47 Steady N/A
Conservative F. Bate 454 11.39 Decrease 1.65
Green R. Cantwell 64 1.61 Decrease 0.44
Majority 920 23.07 Increase 5.13
Turnout 3,987 33.26 Decrease 1.82
Registered electors 11,986
Liberal Democrats hold Swing +2.57
Thursday 4th May 1995[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Vera Best 2,158 51.33 Decrease 7.37
Labour G. Jones 1,404 33.40 Increase 4.85
Conservative F. Bate 548 13.04 Increase 1.20
Green R. Cantwell 86 2.05 Increase 0.24
Natural Law S. Cohen 8 0.19 Steady N/A
Majority 754 17.94 Decrease12.22
Turnout 4,204 35.08 Decrease 6.67
Registered electors 11,985
Liberal Democrats hold Swing -6.11
Thursday 5th May 1994[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Flo Clucas 2,951 58.70 Increase16.55
Labour K. Dovaston 1,435 28.55 Increase4.85
Conservative G. Brandwood 595 11.84 Decrease19.63
Green R. Cantwell 91 1.81 Increase 0.05
Majority 1,516 30.16 Increase19.48
Turnout 5,027 41.75 Increase 4.82
Registered electors 12,041
Liberal Democrats hold Swing +5.85
Thursday 7th May 1992[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats W. Bullock 1,887 42.15 Decrease 5.09
Conservative S. North 1,409 31.47 Increase11.21
Labour Mary Anderson 1,061 23.70 Decrease 3.09
Green R. Cantwell 79 1.76 Decrease 1.32
SDP I. Garbett 41 0.92 Decrease 1.71
Majority 478 10.68 Decrease 9.77
Turnout 4,477 36.93 Decrease11.43
Registered electors 12,123
Liberal Democrats gain from Labour Swing -8.15
Thursday 2nd May 1991[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Vera Best 2,749 47.24 Increase 3.53
Labour G. Martin 1,559 26.79 Decrease 8.75
Conservative S. North 1,179 20.26 Increase 5.29
Green R. Cantwell 179 3.08 Decrease 0.54
SDP Ron Gould 153 2.63 Increase 0.48
Majority 1,190 20.45 Increase12.28
Turnout 5,819 48.36 Decrease 4.14
Registered electors 12,033
Liberal Democrats gain from SDP Swing 6.14
Thursday 3rd May 1990[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Flo Clucas 2,750 43.71 Increase14.92
Labour K. E. Neary 2,236 35.54 Decrease 0.04
Conservative P. Lee 942 14.97 Decrease11.90
Green R. E. Cantwell 228 3.62 Increase1.87
SDP Ron Gould 135 2.15 Decrease 4.85
Majority 514 8.17 Increase 1.38
Turnout 6,291 52.50 Increase 5.44
Registered electors 11,982
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing 7.48

Elections of the 1980s

Thursday 5th May 1988[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour T. Smith 2,029 35.58 Increase14.18
SLD M. Ali 1,642 28.80 Steady N/A
Conservative M. Kingston 1,532 26.87 Increase 6.87
SDP Ron Gould 399 7.00 Decrease50.19
Green R. Cantwell 100 1.75 Increase 0.34
Majority 387 6.79 Decrease29.00
Turnout 5,702 47.06 Decrease11.68
Registered electors 12,116
Labour gain from Conservative Swing +21.29
Thursday 7th May 1987[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
SDP F. S. Roderick 4,147 57.19 Increase7.37
Labour Peter Kilfoyle 1,552 21.40 Increase2.41
Conservative M. Kingston 1,450 20.00 Decrease9.34
Green R. E. Cantwell 102 1.41 Decrease0.44
Majority 2,595 35.79 Increase15.30
Turnout 7,251 58.74
Registered electors 12,344
SDP gain from Conservative Swing 2.48
Thursday 1st May 1986[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Alliance Flo Clucas 3,264 49.82 Increase23.75
Conservative T. Morrison 1,922 29.34 Decrease21.06
Labour Dot Gavin 1,244 18.99 Decrease4.54
Independent R. Cantwell 121 1.85
Majority 1,342 20.49 Decrease3.83
Turnout 6,551
Registered electors 12,545
Alliance gain from Conservative Swing 22.40
Thursday 1st May 1984[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Sheila Craine 3,446 50.39 Decrease 6.15
SDP W. M. Scott 1,783 26.07 Increase11.22
Labour Dawn Booth 1,609 23.53 Decrease 5.09
Majority 1,663 24.32 Decrease 3.60
Turnout 6,838 53.77 Increase10.88
Registered electors 12,717
Conservative hold Swing -8.69
Thursday 5th May 1983[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative James Ross 3,092 56.54 Increase 4.33
SDP W. M. Scott 812 14.85 Decrease14.63
Labour Alex Scott-Samuel 1,565 28.62 Increase10.30
Majority 1,527 27.92 Increase 5.19
Turnout 5,469 42.89 Increase 1.92
Registered electors 12,752
Conservative hold Swing +9.48
Thursday 6th May 1982[7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative T. Morrison 2,731 52.21 Decrease 8.81
SDP R. Isaacson 1,542 29.48 Steady N/A
Labour C. R. Frais 958 18.31 Decrease 2.72
Majority 1,189 22.73 Decrease17.27
Turnout 5,231 40.97 Decrease 0.05
Registered electors 12,769
Conservative hold Swing -10.17
Thursday 6th May 1980[Note 4][7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Sheila Elizabeth Crane 3,169 61.02
Conservative James Stanislaw Ross 3,150 60.66
Conservative William Herbert Fearnside 3,135 60.37
Labour Hilton Robert Brown 1,092 21.03
Labour Michael O'Neill 1,079 20.78
Labour John Henry Stamper 1,006 19.37
Liberal Thomas Henry Harte 932 17.95
Liberal Neville Gordon Chinn 930 17.91
Liberal Yetta Jacobs 831 16.00
Majority 2,077 40.00
Turnout 5,193 41.02
Registered electors 12,660
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing
Conservative hold Swing

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Andrew Makinson was a re-standing councillor for the former Church ward.
  2. ^ Clare McIntyre was a re-standing councillor for the former Wavertree ward.
  3. ^ Following boundary changes the whole council faced re-election. Three members were elected.
  4. ^ Following boundary changes the whole council faced re-election. Three members were elected.

References

  1. ^ The City of Liverpool (Electoral Arrangements) Order 1979
  2. ^ "Report No.319" (PDF). Local Government Boundary Commission For England. Archived from the original (PDF) on 20 March 2022.
  3. ^ "The City of Liverpool (Electoral Changes) Order 2003". legislation.gov.uk.
  4. ^ a b "Boundary Commission Report". 15 May 2010.
  5. ^ "Allerton and Hunts Cross (Ward, United Kindgom) - Population Statistics, Charts, Map and Location". citypopulation.de. Retrieved 15 July 2023.
  6. ^ "New electoral arrangements for Liverpool City Council Final Recommendations" (PDF). Local Government Boundary Commission for England. 1 March 2023.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s "Liverpool City Council elections 1973-2012" (PDF). The Elections Centre, University of Plymouth. 16 May 2018.
  8. ^ Barlett, David. "Veteran Liverpool Lib Dem Cllr Vera Best to resign her position". Liverpool Echo. Retrieved 16 July 2023.
  9. ^ "Election Results for Allerton, 4 May 2023". Liverpool City Council. 4 May 2023. Retrieved 6 May 2023.
  10. ^ "Election Results for Allerton, 6 May 2021". Liverpool City Council. 7 May 2021.
  11. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2019, Allerton & Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  12. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2018, Allerton & Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  13. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2016, Allerton & Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  14. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2015, Allerton & Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  15. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2014, Allerton & Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  16. ^ "Municipal Election results 2012, Allerton and Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  17. ^ "Municipal Election results 2012, Allerton and Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  18. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2011, Allerton and Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  19. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2010, Allerton and Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  20. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2008, Allerton and Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  21. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2007, Allerton and Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.
  22. ^ "Municipal Election Results 2006, Allerton and Hunts Cross". Liverpool City Council.