Everton ward (2004) within Liverpool
|Area||3.544 km2 (1.368 sq mi)|
|Population||17,454 (2021 census)|
|• Density||4,925/km2 (12,760/sq mi)|
|Registered Electors||11,141 (2021 election)|
|Sovereign state||United Kingdom|
Everton ward was an electoral division of Liverpool City Council in the Liverpool Walton Parliamentary constituency.
The ward was created in 1835 as an original ward of Liverpool Town Council under the Municipal Corporations Act 1835. The ward boundaries were changed in 1953 and in 1973 was merged into the Central, Everton, Netherfield ward before being re-established in 1980. The boundaries were again changed in 2004 and the ward was split into three parts in 2023.
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. Croxteth ward was represented by three councillors.
The report describes the boundaries as "Commencing at a point where the western boundary of the City meets the southern boundary of Vauxhall Ward, thence generally eastwards along said ward boundary and northwards and eastwards along the eastern boundary of said ward to the western boundary of Breckfield Ward, thence generally southeastwards along said boundary and eastwards along the southern boundary of said ward to the western boundary of Kensington Ward, thence southeastwards and southwestwards along said boundary and continuing southwestwards along West -Derby Road and Brunswick Road to Moss Street, thence southwards along said street and Daulby Street to Pembroke Place, thence northwestwards along said place and London Road to Seymour Street, thence southeastwards along said street to Copperas Hill, thence southwestwards along said Hill and Ranelagh Street to Church Street, thence generally westwards along said street and Lord Street to Derby Square, thence generally southwestwards along the eastern and southeastern side of said square to Redcross Street, thence continuing southwestwards along said street to Strand Street, thence due southwestwards to the western boundary of the City, thence northwestwards along said boundary to the point of commencement.
In 2004 the ward was distributed into the new Everton ward, Central ward, and Kirkdale ward.
A review by the Boundary Committee for England recommended that the council was formed of a reduced number of 90 members elected from 30 wards. Everton ward was formed from the former Breckfield and Everton wards, with small parts of the former Kensington and Vauxhall wards.
The ward boundaries followed Everton Valley, Walton Breck Road, Oakfield Road, Belmont Road, West Derby Road, Brunswick Road, New Islington, Hunter Street, Byrom Street, Scotland Road, and Kirkdale Road.
The population of the ward at the 2021 Census was 17,454.
The ward was dissolved in 2023 where it was distributed into the new Everton East, Everton North, Everton West, and Vauxhall wards.
|2004||John McIntosh (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2006||John McIntosh (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2007||John McIntosh (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2008||John McIntosh (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2010||John McIntosh (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2011||John McIntosh (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2012||John McIntosh (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2014||John McIntosh (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2015||John McIntosh (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2016||John McIntosh (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2018||Ian Byrne (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2019||Ian Byrne (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Frank Prendergast (Lab)|
|2021||Ian Byrne (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Alfie Hincks (Lab)|
|2022||Ellie Byrne (Lab)||Jane Corbett (Lab)||Alfie Hincks (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.
|Labour||Ellie Mary Byrne||925||61.96||3.37|
|Liberal||Angela Therese Preston||84||5.63||1.84|
|Conservative||Wendy Rose Hine||51||3.42||2.81|
|Liberal Democrats||Stephen Fitzsimmons||25||1.67||2.08|
|Conservative||David William Murray||166||6.23||3.25|
|Liberal||Linda Marion Roberts||101||3.79||0.99|
|Liberal Democrats||Lisa Ann Nicholson-Smith||100||3.75||0.45|
|Green||Samuel James Cassidy||201||8.80||5.03|
|Liberal Democrats||Susan Kennaugh-Dyson||96||4.20||1.97|
|Conservative||David William Murray||68||2.98||2.15|
|Liberal||Linda Marion Roberts||64||2.80||0.54|
|Labour||Ian Robert Byrne||2,295||86.60||5.21|
|Conservative||David William Murray||136||5.13||1.44|
|Green||Noel Jane Little||100||3.77||4.22|
|Liberal||Linda Marion Roberts||60||2.26||4.78|
|Liberal Democrats||Nicholas Richard Sawyer||59||2.23||N/A|
|Green||Ashley Pascal Scott-Griffiths||210||7.99||5.02|
|Liberal||Linda Marion Roberts||185||7.04||5.12|
|Conservative||Kirsten Ann Watson||97||3.69||0.39|
|UKIP||Neil Lawrence Miney||510||8.38%||-10.44%|
|Conservative||Angela Maria Oates||201||3.30%||+1.07%|
|Liberal||Linda Marion Roberts||117||1.92%||-0.31%|
|Green||Esther Ruth Cosslett||125||4.22%||-1.98%|
|Liberal||Linda Marion Roberts||66||2.23%||-0.77%|
|Liberal||Linda Marion Roberts||88||3.00%||-2.78%|
|Conservative||Frank Andrew Carpenter||67||2.28%||-1.83%|
|British Freedom||Jacqueline Stafford||50||1.70%||-2.41%|
|BNP||Dennis Patrick Leary||126||4.07%||-1.59%|
|Liberal||Linda Marlon Roberts||179||5.78%||-8.33%|
|Liberal||Linda Marion Roberts||532||10.97%|
|Conservative||James Andrew Rogers||278||5.73%|
|Conservative||Mark Andrew Cottrell||130||5.58%|
|Liberal Democrats||Peter Joseph Rainford||120||5.15%|
|Liberal||Linda Marion Roberts||78||3.35%|
|Liberal Democrats||Craig Crennell||233||10.25%|
|Liberal||Linda Marion Roberts||108||4.75%|
|Conservative||Matthew Joseph Sephton||104||4.57%|
|Liberal Democrats||Craig Crennell||296||14.29%|
|Conservative||Matthew Joseph Sephton||140||6.76%|
|Liberal||David Stanley Wood||117||5.65%|
After the boundary change of 2004 the whole of Liverpool City Council faced election. Three Councillors were returned.
|Liberal Democrats||Kathryn Kavanagh||453|
|Liberal Democrats||Derek McKenna||424|
|Liberal Democrats||Sally-Anne Thompson||389|
|Liverpool Labour||Dougie Kidd||320|
• italics - Denotes the sitting Councillor.
• bold - Denotes the winning candidate.