Elmbridge Borough Council elections 2019

We are pleased to report that Janet Turner has been re-elected as Residents' Association Councillor for Hinchley Wood and Weston Green Ward.

The full result was:

Hinchley Wood / Weston Green Residents' Associations   1766 73.6%    Elected

Liberal Democrats                                                    360 15.0%    Not elected

The Conservative Party Candidate                             272 11.3%    Not elected


The turnout was 37.8%.


We once again thank residents for their continued support of their Residents' councillors.

On the Council as a whole, the Conservatives have lost three seats, Residents have gained 2 and Liberal Democrats 1.  The result is No Overall Control, with the Conservatives on 21, Residents on 17 and Liberal Democrats on 10, so we await developments on the formation of a new administration.





The 2016 Elmbridge Borough Council elections were held following a boundary review which saw Hinchley and Weston Green combined into a new ward with three councillors.  Thanks to the support of voters in the new ward, the three residents' candidates, Tannia Shipley, Nigel Haig-Brown and Janet Turner were elected with large majorities.


From 2018 onwards, Council elections returned to the normal pattern of 'election by thirds', and Nigel Haig-Brown was re-elected.


You can download our 2019 election manifesto here, and please bookmark this site and return for more updates and information as our campaign progresses.


You can also keep up with local developments through the websites of our constituent Associations:


Hinchley Wood Residents Association


Thames Ditton and Weston Green Residents' Association

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