Westminster City Council Election Results
The present City of Westminster is an amalgamation of the former City of Westminster with the Metropolitan Boroughs of Paddington and St. Marylebone. It was first elected on 7th May 1964 and came into operation on 1st April 1965.
For the first election, new wards were drawn up for Paddington and St. Marylebone with between two and five members. In the former City of Westminster area, the existing wards were reduced to one member (having had three). In 1968, multi-member wards were introduced in the former City of Westminster. There were boundary changes in 1978 and 2002.
Maps of Ward Boundaries over the years.
Here is the total votes cast in each election.
WARDS OF THE CITY OF WESTMINSTER:
WESTMINSTER CITY COUNCIL ELECTIONS 1900-65
PADDINGTON BOROUGH COUNCIL ELECTIONS 1900-65
Coming soon - St. Marylebone Metropolitan Borough Council election results.
LinksWestminster City Council has established its own website which contains contact details for current councillors.
ConservativesWestminster Conservatives site is here.
Mark Field MP.
Cities of London and Westminster Conservative Association site.
Westminster North Conservative Association.
LabourThe Westminster Labour Group.
Karen Buck MP.
Cities of London and Westminster Constituency Labour Party site.
Liberal Democrats and othersWestminster and City of London Liberal Democrats.
Central London Green Party.
RESPECT The Unity Coalition West Central.
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