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Canning ward within Liverpool
Population5,298 (2023 electorate)
Metropolitan borough
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Canning ward is an electoral district of Liverpool City Council within the Liverpool Riverside and Liverpool Wavertree constituencies.

The ward was created for the elections held on 4 May 2023 following a 2022 review by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England, which decided that the previous 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. The Canning ward was created as a two-member ward from the parts of the former Central, Picton and Princes Park wards.[1] The ward includes Rodney Street, the Philharmonic Hall, the University of Liverpool, and the Liverpool Women's Hospital The ward boundaries follow Upper Parliament Street, Hope Street, Upper Duke Street, Roscoe Street, Mount Pleasant, Myrtle Street, Grove Street, Irvine Street, and Overbury Street.[1]


Election Councillor Councillor
2023 Nathalie Nicholas (Lab) Tomas Logan (Lab)

  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.

Election Results

Elections of the 2020s

4th May 2023[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Nathalie Nicholas§ 628 33.87
Labour Tomas Logan§ 555 29.94
Green Simon Francois Xavier Albert Baron 394 21.25
Liberal Democrats Joseph Robert Slupsky 178 9.60
Independent Michael Flaherty 99 5.34
Majority 234
Rejected ballots 20
Total ballots
Registered electors 5,298
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)

§Nathalie Nicholas was a re-standing councillor for the former Picton ward. Tomas Logan was a re-standing councillor for the former Princes Park ward.


  1. ^ a b "New electoral arrangements for Liverpool City Council Final Recommendations" (PDF). Local Government Boundary Commission for England. 9 May 2023.
  2. ^ "Election Results for Canning, 4 May 2023". Liverpool City Council. Retrieved 9 May 2023.