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Westminster City Council elections

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Westminster City Council elections

Westminster City Council, the local authority of the City of Westminster in London, England, is elected every four years. Since the last boundary changes in 2002, 60 councillors have been elected from 20 wards.

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Political control

Since 1964 political control of the council has been held by the following parties:

Council elections

  • Westminster City Council election, 1964
  • Westminster City Council election, 1968 (boundary changes took place but the number of seats remained the same)
  • Westminster City Council election, 1971
  • Westminster City Council election, 1974
  • Westminster City Council election, 1978 (boundary changes took place but the number of seats remained the same)
  • Westminster City Council election, 1982
  • Westminster City Council election, 1986
  • Westminster City Council election, 1990
  • Westminster City Council election, 1994 (boundary changes took place but the number of seats remained the same)
  • Westminster City Council election, 1998
  • Westminster City Council election, 2002 (boundary changes took place but the number of seats remained the same)
  • Westminster City Council election, 2006
  • Westminster City Council election, 2010
  • Westminster City Council election, 2014
  • 1974-1978

    There were no by-elections.

    1971-1982

    There were no by-elections.

    1982-1986

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Michael B. Forsyth.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Francis Maude.

    The by-election was called following the death of Cllr. Jean Merriton.

    1986-1990

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Peter J. Hartley.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Rachel E. Whittaker.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Patricia M. Kirwan.

    1990-1994

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Barry C. Legg.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Shirley Porter.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Joseph Glickman.

    The by-election was called following the death of Cllr. Hugh G. Garside.

    1994-1998

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Peter C. S. Bradley.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Karen P. Buck.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Andrew H. Dismore.

    1998-2002

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Nicola Russell.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Richard A. Stirling-Gibb.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Ron M. Harley.

    The by-election was called following the resignations of Cllrs. Jillian A. Selbourne and Gary P. Martin.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Jonathan S. Djanogly.

    2002-2006

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Josephine S. Ohene-Djan.

    2006-2010

    The by-election was called following the death of Cllr. Kevin A. Gardner.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Michael G. Vearncombe.

    The by-election was called following the death of Cllr. Antony G. Mothersdale.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Simon H. Milton.

    The by-election was called following the death of Cllr. Ian G. Wilder.

    The by-election was called following the death of Cllr. Mushtaq A. Qureshi.

    2010-2014

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Colin Barrow.

    The by-election was called following the resignation of Cllr. Harvey C. J. Marshall.

    2014-2018

    The by-election was triggered by the resignation of Councillor Vincenzo Rampulla.

    References

    Westminster City Council elections Wikipedia


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