Brighton and Hove City Council election, 2007

Brighton And Hove City Council Election, 2007

Brighton and Hove City Council election, 2007

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Elections to Brighton and Hove City Council on the south coast of England were held on 3 May 2007. The whole council (a unitary authority) was up for election.

The Conservative Party replaced the Labour Party as the largest party on the council. However, the council remained under "no overall control" (i.e., no absolute majority for any party): the Conservatives won 26 out of the 54 seats in the city. This result was to some extent in line with the general pattern of results throughout England that day, with Conservatives gaining seats at the expense of Labour and the Liberal Democrats. The Green Party increased its number of seats from 6 to 12.

Election result

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Division results

Brunswick and Adelaide

Central Hove

East Brighton

Goldsmid

Hangleton and Knoll

Hanover and Elm Grove

Hollingbury and Stanmer



Preston Park

Queen's Park

Regency

St Peter's and North Laine



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  • from inside the polling stations and count







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