2019 Dartford Borough Council election

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The 2019 Dartford Borough Council election took place on 2 May 2019 to elect members of the Dartford Borough Council in England. [1] It was held on the same day as other local elections.

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Results summary

2019 Dartford Borough Council election
PartySeatsGainsLossesNet gain/lossSeats %Votes %Votes+/−
  Conservative 29Decrease2.svg 569.053.126,752
  Labour 10Increase2.svg 323.829.414,809
 SGRA3Steady2.svg7.15.42,733
  UKIP 0Steady2.svg0.09.74,903
  Independent 0Steady2.svg0.01.6791
  Green 0Steady2.svg0.00.6281
  Liberal Democrats 0Steady2.svg0.00.2114

Ward results

Bean & Village Park

Bean & Village Park
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative David Hammock 471 81.5
Labour Geoffrey Regan10718.5
Majority
Turnout 59129.9
Conservative win (new seat)

Brent

Brent
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Conservative Rosanna Currans 944 61.9
Conservative Avtar Sandhu 865 56.7
Labour Peter Grehan34622.7
Labour Eric Grover32021.0
UKIP Brenda Newton19712.9
UKIP Shan-E-Din Choycha1489.7
Turnout 1,53835.6
Conservative hold
Conservative hold

Bridge

Bridge
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Dave Butler 385 62.3
Labour Lisa Bullock13521.8
Green Cintia Bailey9815.9
Majority
Turnout 61925.1
Conservative win (new seat)

Burnham

Burnham
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Matthew Davis 341 51.0
Labour Joe Yusuf32849.0
Majority
Turnout 68030.8
Conservative win (new seat)

Darenth

Darenth
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Ian Armitt 268 47.4
Labour Jeffrey Froud17931.6
UKIP Ben Fryer11921.0
Majority
Turnout 57828.6
Conservative win (new seat)

Ebbsfleet

Ebbsfleet
PartyCandidateVotes%
Labour Sacha Gosine 188 39.6
Labour Romana Gosine 183 38.6
Conservative Danny Nicklen 179 37.8
Labour Graham Steele17536.9
SGRANigel Hoad13829.1
SGRAJason Clitherow13328.1
Conservative Kyle Stealey12626.6
Conservative Stephane Tindame10722.6
SGRAAnn Duke10622.4
Turnout 47628.3
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Greenhithe & Knockhall

Greenhithe & Knockhall
PartyCandidateVotes%
SGRASue Butterfill 538 43.8
SGRAPeter Harman 536 43.7
Conservative David Mote 473 38.5
SGRAJay Shah40633.1
Conservative Keith Kelly36529.7
Conservative Maria Kelly34328.0
Labour Natalie Boorman20917.0
Labour Timothy Cook15812.9
Labour Michael Ankrah15712.8
UKIP Frederick Hunt13410.9
Turnout 1,24024.0
SGRA win (new seat)
SGRA win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Heath

Heath
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Conservative Andy Lloyd 959 63.4
Conservative Patsy Thurlow 846 55.9
Labour David Celino-Stock35323.3
Labour Robert Celino-Stock34322.7
UKIP Gary Rogers25116.6
Turnout 1,52834.6
Conservative hold
Conservative hold

Joydens Wood

Joydens Wood
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Conservative Marilyn Peters 1,151 74.2
Conservative Brian Garden 1,150 74.1
UKIP Rodney Janes23014.8
Labour Paul Blankley19712.7
Labour Mimi Marin16010.3
Turnout 1,56337.5
Conservative hold
Conservative hold

Longfield, New Barn & Southfleet

Longfield, New Barn & Southfleet
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Conservative Jeremy Kite 1,448 69.2
Conservative Steven Brown 1,382 66.1
Conservative Roger Perfitt 1,273 60.9
Independent Jennifer MacDonald35817.1
UKIP Donna Tibby29814.3
Labour Bill Cook26612.7
Labour Allan Fisher24811.9
Labour Andrew Prothero23011.0
Turnout 2,10437.7
Conservative hold
Conservative hold
Conservative hold

Maypole & Layton Cross

Maypole & Layton Cross
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Ann Allen 474 84.2
Labour Ganesh Pala8915.8
Majority
Turnout 57726.7
Conservative win (new seat)

Newtown

Newtown
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Labour Laura Edie 610 42.2
Labour Adrian Oakley-Dow 568 39.3
Conservative Ellenor Palmer52236.1
Conservative Steve Parsons48933.8
Green Andrew Blatchford18312.6
UKIP Gordon Mayell16611.5
Liberal Democrats Kyle Marsh1147.9
Turnout 1,45435.2
Labour gain from Conservative
Labour gain from Conservative

Princes

Princes
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Labour Ricky Jones 552 44.1
Conservative Becky Storey 483 38.6
Labour Maria Perry48138.4
Conservative Sheun Oke44635.7
UKIP Jim Moore25920.7
Turnout 1,26831.5
Labour hold
Conservative hold

Stone Castle

Stone Castle
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Lucy Canham 632 50.2
Conservative John Burrell 594 47.2
Conservative Paul Cutler 560 44.5
Labour Rachael Martin-Smith44235.1
Labour Mandy Garford43734.7
Labour Catherine Stafford35728.4
UKIP Roger Cockett20516.3
Turnout 1,27224.2
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Stone House

Stone House
PartyCandidateVotes%
Labour Kelly Grehan 559 46.1
Conservative Tom Oliver 518 42.7
Conservative Steven Jarnell48740.2
Labour Jonathon Hawkes44736.9
UKIP Ryan Waters18615.3
Turnout 1,22425.8
Labour win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

Swanscombe

Swanscombe
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Labour Emma-Louise Moussa 516 39.6
SGRAAnita Barham 497 38.1
Labour Claire Pearce41832.1
SGRAJohn Hayes37929.1
UKIP Linda Moore22417.2
UKIP Stephen Vaughan20015.3
Conservative Aaron Kelly1239.4
Conservative Thomas Shippam836.4
Turnout 1,31328.4
Labour gain from SGRA Swing
SGRA hold Swing

Temple Hill

Temple Hill
PartyCandidateVotes%
Labour Tom Maddison 719 43.0
Labour Alina Gaskin 702 41.9
Labour Victoria Oguntope 669 40.0
Conservative Anita Sillick45026.9
UKIP Barry Taylor42625.4
Conservative Tim Westwood41624.9
UKIP Howard Bostridge41424.7
Conservative Peter Whapshott40524.2
UKIP David Martin-Garcia40124.0
Turnout 1,67927.6
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)
Labour win (new seat)

Town

Town
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Conservative Christopher Shippam 345 53.0
Conservative Richard Wells 331 50.8
Labour Lucy Robinson24337.3
Labour David Bull23435.9
UKIP Caroline Wakeman568.6
Turnout 65427.0
Conservative hold
Conservative hold

West Hill

West Hill
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
Conservative Julie Ozog 1,046 52.2
Conservative Denzil Raynolds 1,008 50.3
Conservative Drew Swinerd 947 47.3
Labour Ron Kipps64532.2
Labour Ruth Slight61930.9
Labour Mauro Orru60530.2
UKIP Michael Wiltshire30115.0
UKIP Jo Shippam29414.7
Turnout 2,01534.6
Conservative hold
Conservative hold
Conservative hold

Wilmington, Sutton-at-Home & Hawley

Wilmington, Sutton-at-Home & Hawley
PartyCandidateVotes%
Conservative Derek Hunniset 1,184 60.1
Conservative Calvin McLean 1,112 56.4
Conservative Lucas Reynolds 1,021 51.8
Independent Eddy Lampkin43322.0
UKIP Ivan Burch39420.0
Labour Shaun Cummings31415.9
Labour Raymond Kelleher30715.6
Labour Sid Bullock29414.9
Turnout 1,98532.6
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)
Conservative win (new seat)

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