Local Council Election Results – Knaphill


The results of the Local Government Elections for Knaphill have been announced.

Results for our Knaphill districts are:


and for Hermitage & Knaphill South, LIB DEM COUNCILLOR Tina Liddington – RETAINED SEAT.




Congratulations and best wishes to both Melanie and Tina. See Comment(s) below.

Knaphill :
Matthew Davies (UK Independence Party) 229
Peter Ford (Labour) 363
Lisa Harding (Liberal Democrats) 1,001
Melanie Whitehand (Conservative) 1,692 ELECTED

Hermitage & Knaphill South:
Laura Ashall (Conservative) 585
Duncan Brian Clarke (UK Independence Party) 162
Tina Liddington (Liberal Democrats) 734 ELECTED
Carl Wolters (Labour) 228

The Surrey Press sites have local results for districts throughout the county:  http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/

And you can look at the information and analysis for the whole country on the National Newspaper sites, e.g. via the link to The Daily Telegraph: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/local-elections/8495417/Local-elections-2011-results-map.html


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  1. Councillor Melanie Whitehand on

    May I take the opportunity through the KRA’s web site to say a huge ‘Thank You’ to all of the residents who voted for me on Thursday. I am very humbled to have been re-elected and hope to be able to continue serving Knaphill to the best of my ability. The last four years have been challenging but very enjoyable and to have the opportunity to continue is a priviledge and an honour.
    Thank you to all of you again, and
    My very best wishes..

  2. Michael & Mary-Rose Clarke on

    Congratulations on your re-election, & by a good majority!
    We have a postal vote, but, just the same as last year, we were unable to use it, as we were already away in France when the ballot papers were posted – the very short period before polling day invalidates their purpose, as far as we are concerned!
    I read the LibDems’ account of the Brewery Road carpark re-development sale with some alarm – are the terms really as bad as they make them out to be?

  3. Councillor Melanie Whitehand on

    Thank you for your kind words.
    If you could contact me directly, I will send on to you some detailed information on the W.W.F. proposed development. Hopefully you will be able to have some of your concerns answered.
    I agree with the short time frame for postal votes, but I think there is the possibility to have a proxy vote to cover that weakness.
    Thank you
    Melanie Whitehand

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