Full Enfield Council election results

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LABOUR took control of Enfield Council from the Conservatives in the early hours of this morning.

The full list of winners, and the party swings, are listed below.

Overall, the Conservatives won two additional seats and Labour won eight - a swing of six.

Labour now has 36 seats to the Tories' 27. Twelve wards are dominated by three Labour councillors and nine by the Conservatives. There are now no cross-party wards.

The full list of results can be found here.

Bowes: LAB hold

Yasemin Brett, Labour, 2,400
Achilleas Georgious, Labour, 2283
Alan Sitkin, Labour, 1834

Bush Hill Park: CON hold

Jonas Hall, Conservative, 3451
Denise Alexis Headley, Conservative, 3225
Eleftherios Savva, Conservative, 3224

Chase Ward: 1 CON swing

Marcus East, Conservative, 2604
Simon Maynard, Conservative, 2892
Tom Waterhouse, Conservative, 2526

Cockfosters: CON hold

Michael David Lavender, Conservative, 4016
Paul McCannah, Conservative, 4032
Lionel David Zetter, Conservative, 3319

Edmonton Green: LAB hold

Jayne Buckland, Labour, 3442
Chris Murphy, Labour, 3337
Andrew Stafford, Labour, 2971

Enfield Highway: LAB hold

Alev Cazimoglu, Labour, 2876
Dino Lemonides, Labour, 2850
Toby Simon, Labour, 3003

Enfield Lock: 2 LAB swing

Christine Anne Hamilton, Labour, 3073
Nneka Keazon, Labour, 2794
Ozzie Uzoanya, Labour, 2665

Grange: CON hold

Chris Joaniddes, Conservative, 4022
Terence Frank Neville, Conservative, 4070
Glynis Loveday Vince, Conservative, 3874

Haselbury: LAB hold

Ali Bakir, Labour, 2988
Patricia Ekechi, Labour, 2902
George Savva, Labour, 3106

Highlands: CON hold

Don Delman, Conservative, 4019
Jon Kaye, Conservative, 4073
Anne-Marie Pearce, Conservative, 3773

Jubilee: LAB hold

Christopher Deacon, Labour, 2862
Ahmet Hasan, Labour, 2870
Rohini Simbodyal, Labour, 2682

Lower Edmonton: LAB hold

Ingrid Cranfield, Labour, 3401
Ahmet Oykener, Labour, 3234
Geoff Robinson, Labour, 3261

Palmers Green: 1 LAB swing

Bambos Charalambous, Labour, 3351
Chris Cole, Labour, 2950
Del Goddard, Labour, 2419

Ponders End: LAB hold

Chaudhury Anwar, Labour, 3119
Ayfer Orhan, Labour, 2934
Doug Taylor, Labour, 3049

Southbury: 2 LAB swing

Caitriona Margaret Bearyman, Labour, 2604
Christopher Bond, Labour, 2782
Derek Laurence Levy, Labour, 2446

Southgate: CON hold

Alan Geoffrey Barker, Conservative, 2840
Henry Lamprecht, Conservative, 2709
Ann Zinkin, Conservative, 2630

Southgate Green: CON hold

Robert George Hayward, Conservative, 2914
Daniel Christian Alan Pearce, Conservative, 2795
Edward Michael Ian Smith, Conservative, 2626

Town: 1 CON swing

Eric Jukes, Conservative, 3834
Joanne Laban, Conservative, 3702
Michael Rye, Conservative 3903

Turkey Street: 3 LAB swing

Yusuf Cicek, Labour, 2303
Tahsin IBRAHIM, Labour, 2267
Donald Mcgown, Labour, 2299

Upper Edmonton Ward: LAB hold

Kate Anolue, Labour, 3310
Andreas Constantinides, Labour, 3345
Christiana During, Labour, 3233

Winchmore Hill: CON hold

Elaine Hayward, Conservative, 3162
Ertan Huhrer, Conservative, 3028
Martin Prescott, Conservative, 3103

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9:38pm Fri 7 May 10

PamelaZ says...

Disaster for Enfield. Didn't even get any leaflets or door step canvessers from labour; what on -earth have they been elected on? Unlike eastern Enfield which was inundated with leaflets. Labour sees this borough as 2 halfs rather than one borough working for all its inhabitants. I remember Enfield under Rodin: massive council tax rises which caused such worry to my late mother, (for what?) dirty, litter strewn pavements, crumbling roads. Parks left to decay. Neglect and a £4 million pound deficit. Money squandered. Continual use of council tax payers money to promote their political aims. Up until last night, we had a borough picking up its feet and looking smarter, cleaner and greener. Last night it turned ash grey. At least Ryan has finally been kicked out as our MP.
Disaster for Enfield. Didn't even get any leaflets or door step canvessers from labour; what on -earth have they been elected on? Unlike eastern Enfield which was inundated with leaflets. Labour sees this borough as 2 halfs rather than one borough working for all its inhabitants. I remember Enfield under Rodin: massive council tax rises which caused such worry to my late mother, (for what?) dirty, litter strewn pavements, crumbling roads. Parks left to decay. Neglect and a £4 million pound deficit. Money squandered. Continual use of council tax payers money to promote their political aims. Up until last night, we had a borough picking up its feet and looking smarter, cleaner and greener. Last night it turned ash grey. At least Ryan has finally been kicked out as our MP. PamelaZ
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3:36am Sat 8 May 10

whistleblower.enfield says...

Dear Pamela,

As an insider I can tell you that residents of Enfield are better off without Michael Rye's conservative leadership in council.

Corrupt, Dishonest, Arrogant and don't care about residents is the best describes him.

As soon as he became leader he removed Senior Directors and Officers (including Chief Executive and others) at considerable cost of millions to the taxpayers in compensations. Colluded with Executive and Legal to refuse residents enquiries for information in corruption and non-compliance.

Labour has poor record in managing but hope the corruption is rid of.

Senior Officer, Enfield
Dear Pamela, As an insider I can tell you that residents of Enfield are better off without Michael Rye's conservative leadership in council. Corrupt, Dishonest, Arrogant and don't care about residents is the best describes him. As soon as he became leader he removed Senior Directors and Officers (including Chief Executive and others) at considerable cost of millions to the taxpayers in compensations. Colluded with Executive and Legal to refuse residents enquiries for information in corruption and non-compliance. Labour has poor record in managing but hope the corruption is rid of. Senior Officer, Enfield whistleblower.enfield
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8:09am Sat 8 May 10

sks says...

thanks to the bnp for taking votes of ryan.
but watch out enfield your know gonna get the full blast of immigrant
colonisation.
thanks to the bnp for taking votes of ryan. but watch out enfield your know gonna get the full blast of immigrant colonisation. sks
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8:45am Sat 8 May 10

PamelaZ says...

Rubbish, Enfield was awful under Rodin. This is the final nail in the coffin for Enfield. So when did Rodin build new libraries, art centers, revamp the parks, plant thousands of trees, repair the pavements and resurface the roads after years of neglect, get real funding to restore and upgrade Forty Hall. Improve youth facilities, keep the roads swept and litter free ( dependent on the local's behaviour for that too!) Remove abadonned cars quickly. Provide designated parking for the over 60s. Revamped shopping hubs across the borough. Improved waste collections. Fought to save Chase Farm (unlike Ryan's lies) from Labour's downgrading plans. So what if he sacked somone , as an employee in the private sector senior managers and executives get sacked too. Enfield under Rye provided a service for ALL of Enfiield, Rodin sees his role to 'provide' for east of the A10 and drain resources from the western side. Rodin etc are just jealous of hard earned success and the middle classes. never considering that you get back what you put in. (I come from a working class backgound and worked hard at school : Edmonton, in the 1970s, to get a career). Disaster!! Wait till they start congestion charging, although the Labour Government never improved facilities like upgrading the A10 and forcing the train companies to run decent services; and hiking up your tax bills to pay for their quangos.
Really fed up. Enfield had definately improved its 'look' in recent years. The future looks very bleak
Rubbish, Enfield was awful under Rodin. This is the final nail in the coffin for Enfield. So when did Rodin build new libraries, art centers, revamp the parks, plant thousands of trees, repair the pavements and resurface the roads after years of neglect, get real funding to restore and upgrade Forty Hall. Improve youth facilities, keep the roads swept and litter free ( dependent on the local's behaviour for that too!) Remove abadonned cars quickly. Provide designated parking for the over 60s. Revamped shopping hubs across the borough. Improved waste collections. Fought to save Chase Farm (unlike Ryan's lies) from Labour's downgrading plans. So what if he sacked somone , as an employee in the private sector senior managers and executives get sacked too. Enfield under Rye provided a service for ALL of Enfiield, Rodin sees his role to 'provide' for east of the A10 and drain resources from the western side. Rodin etc are just jealous of hard earned success and the middle classes. never considering that you get back what you put in. (I come from a working class backgound and worked hard at school : Edmonton, in the 1970s, to get a career). Disaster!! Wait till they start congestion charging, although the Labour Government never improved facilities like upgrading the A10 and forcing the train companies to run decent services; and hiking up your tax bills to pay for their quangos. Really fed up. Enfield had definately improved its 'look' in recent years. The future looks very bleak PamelaZ
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6:17pm Sat 8 May 10

IngridCranfield says...

PamelaZ fails to appreciate that many of the improvements she cites were actually initiated by the Labour administration up until 2002 and by the present Labour government, for example the development of Enfield town and the upgraded housing that is now happening on the A406. She has also obviously not spoken to the hundreds of people who complain about the filling in of potholes by the equivalent of ice-cream or the prevalence of rats in streets and gardens. The worst thing, which she ignores, is that the life expectancy of a person living in the east or south of the Borough, a region much neglected during the Conservative administration, is 5 years less for a woman, 9 years less for a man, than in the north or west. Conservative support comes largely from the north and west of the Borough. The new Labour administration will freeze Council tax next year as well as in the current year: the Tories always voted against doing this. And instead of acting as an unofficial bank, storing up millions of public money, the new administration will spend it on the services that people need.
PamelaZ fails to appreciate that many of the improvements she cites were actually initiated by the Labour administration up until 2002 and by the present Labour government, for example the development of Enfield town and the upgraded housing that is now happening on the A406. She has also obviously not spoken to the hundreds of people who complain about the filling in of potholes by the equivalent of ice-cream or the prevalence of rats in streets and gardens. The worst thing, which she ignores, is that the life expectancy of a person living in the east or south of the Borough, a region much neglected during the Conservative administration, is 5 years less for a woman, 9 years less for a man, than in the north or west. Conservative support comes largely from the north and west of the Borough. The new Labour administration will freeze Council tax next year as well as in the current year: the Tories always voted against doing this. And instead of acting as an unofficial bank, storing up millions of public money, the new administration will spend it on the services that people need. IngridCranfield
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10:14am Sun 9 May 10

robbybox says...

This Parties worse than that party - but our Party started the process - all the Parties dont have the guts to stand up and halt the immigration influx which is draining the resources of the Tax paying and hard working public.
This Parties worse than that party - but our Party started the process - all the Parties dont have the guts to stand up and halt the immigration influx which is draining the resources of the Tax paying and hard working public. robbybox
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9:58pm Thu 13 May 10

PamelaZ says...

Rats are becoming bigger and more resistant to rat poisons; they are opportunistic feeders able to eat almost anything and lack a vomit response enabling them to eat 'rubbish' . Whilst meanwhile, humans are leaving more waste food in situations in which the rats can access. This incudes allowing waste food to go down with the washing up water into the sewers Also, warmer climates are allowing rats to survive. And o goodness, there was a rat in my garden eating the bird food. Answer; don't let them access food. Dispose of it correctly and in sealed containers. Don't leave bin bags out overnight. A person's life expectancy is also dependant on their life style choices: no smoking,moderate alcohol intake. Take regular excerise and do not over eat saturated fats and a moderate amount of carbohydrates. Make sure your BMI ratio is within acceptable limits. The information is there if you choose to read it and take action. Most of that is accomplished without having to spend any money so please don't come back saying only the 'well off' can afford that. Parents have to instill into their offspring a healthy approach to life too. This seems off topic anyway.
Yes Labour started the revamp of Enfield Town: in a style out of keeping with the rest of the Town, brutally agreeing an ugly carbuncle of a redevlopment!
It was Boris Johnson who gave the go ahead for the revamp of the A406. Livingstoone ignored Enfield. The country kicked out Labour; its a disgrace Enfield has somehow got Labour ruling us again.
Rats are becoming bigger and more resistant to rat poisons; they are opportunistic feeders able to eat almost anything and lack a vomit response enabling them to eat 'rubbish' . Whilst meanwhile, humans are leaving more waste food in situations in which the rats can access. This incudes allowing waste food to go down with the washing up water into the sewers Also, warmer climates are allowing rats to survive. And o goodness, there was a rat in my garden eating the bird food. Answer; don't let them access food. Dispose of it correctly and in sealed containers. Don't leave bin bags out overnight. A person's life expectancy is also dependant on their life style choices: no smoking,moderate alcohol intake. Take regular excerise and do not over eat saturated fats and a moderate amount of carbohydrates. Make sure your BMI ratio is within acceptable limits. The information is there if you choose to read it and take action. Most of that is accomplished without having to spend any money so please don't come back saying only the 'well off' can afford that. Parents have to instill into their offspring a healthy approach to life too. This seems off topic anyway. Yes Labour started the revamp of Enfield Town: in a style out of keeping with the rest of the Town, brutally agreeing an ugly carbuncle of a redevlopment! It was Boris Johnson who gave the go ahead for the revamp of the A406. Livingstoone ignored Enfield. The country kicked out Labour; its a disgrace Enfield has somehow got Labour ruling us again. PamelaZ
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10:59am Fri 14 May 10

viktory says...

Pamela - you suggest we don't leave bin bags out overnight. Have you a suggestion as to what we do with them? I have no wheelie bin and it is impractical - and smelly - to keep them in the house for a week before collection.
Pamela - you suggest we don't leave bin bags out overnight. Have you a suggestion as to what we do with them? I have no wheelie bin and it is impractical - and smelly - to keep them in the house for a week before collection. viktory
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