2015 South Leeds Council election results

After an surprising General Election nationally last night, South Leeds returned predictable results in the local election with Labour holding onto all three seats in South Leeds.

Adam Ogilvie was returned in Beeston & Holbeck, Patrick Davey in City & Hunslet and Judith Blake in Middleton Park.

The full results are reproduced below and show a big rise for UKIP in line with national trends and a significant vote for the Green Party’s Ed Carlisle in City & Hunslet ward.

Beeston & Holbeck
Surname Forename Votes Elected Description
COUSENS Amy 119 Trade Unionist & Socialist Coalition
GAGEN Kathryn 200 Liberal Democrat
JAYNES Emma 480 Green Party
OGILVIE Adam 4,335 ELECTED Labour Party
ROBERTS Tony 1,876 UK Independence Party (UKIP)
WINFIELD Robert 1,158 Conservative Party

Electorate: 15,216   Turnout: 54.06%


City & Hunslet
Surname Forename Votes Elected Description
AZIZ Jahangir 573 Liberal Democrat
CARLISLE Ed 2,694 Green Party
DAVEY Patrick 5,292 ELECTED Labour Party
KUNGULILO Khalil 808 UK Independence Party (UKIP)
SALT Richard 2,320 Conservative Party
WORFOLK Christopher 104 Official Monster Raving Loony Party

Electorate: 28,859    Turnout: 54.57%


Middleton Park
Surname Forename Votes Elected Description
BLAKE Judith 4,974 ELECTED Labour Party
FISHER Sadie 237 Liberal Democrat
JONES Nick 103 Left Unity – Trade Unionists & Socialists
LOPEZ Zena 1,199 Conservative Party
LOVE Fiona 280 Green Party
SWEATON Craig 2,921 UK Independence Party (UKIP)

Electorate: 19,052   Turnout: 51.19%