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Crawley local election results

The results as they came in.

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Crawley’s election results:

Maidenbower held by Conservatives:

Nigel Boxall 1,349, Legacy’s Leonard Elphick 48, Labour’s Morgan Flack 556

 

West Green held by Labour:

David Anderson Lib Dem 99, Ian Pendlington 547, Karen Sudan Labour 615

 

Pound Hill South held by Conservatives:

Andrew Belben 1,376, Colin Flack Labour 911

 

Bewbush held by Labour:

Thomas Bidwell Tory 452, Michael Jones Labour 891, Arshad Khan Justice Party 34, Janet Setford-Thompson Legacy 32, Sarah Smith Lib Dems 131

 

Broadfield North held by Labour:

Chris Brown 61, Ian Irvine 822, Irshad Jalaldeen Conservatives 338

 

More news: “We are hugely grateful to the people of Crawley” – Peter Lamb, Leader of Crawley Borough Council

 

Broadfield South held by labour:

George Bird Legacy 82, Tim Lunnon Labour 652, Jonathan Purdy Conservatives 478.

 

Langley Green held by Labour:

Kevin Hall Tories 586, Malik Shahzad Labour 1,124, Marco Scepanovic Lib Dems 141

 

Pound Hill North held by Conservatives:
Richard Burrett Conservatives 1,194, Stuart Gunatillake Labour 605.

 

Southgate just manage to be held by Labour:
Karim Khassal Con 1,111, Kevin Osborne Lib Dems 199, Raj Sharma 1,125.

 

More news: Labour ‘just’ manages to hold onto control of Crawley

 

Northgate held by Labour
Andrew Humphries Con 576, Peter Lamb Lab and Co-Op 674, Mike Sargent Lib Dem 73

 

Ifield by Labour
Josh Bounds Con, 1,141, John Lethbridge Lib Dems 123, Neil Setford-Thompson Legacy 39, Laura-Lee Willcock Labour 1,150

 

Furnace Green held by Conservatives

Dan Dobson Lab 975, Carol Eade Con 1,009, Allan Griffiths Legacy 15, Harry Old Lib Dems 98

 

RESULT – Labour holds onto control of Crawley

Results analysis here.

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Crawley joins money-saving initiative

Crawley Borough Council has become one of the founding members of the Local Government Mutual, helping to save money every year.

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The mutual aims to save its members money by offering an effective alternative to the conventional insurance products and services available to local authorities.

Any surpluses the mutual generates may be used to reduce the cost of insurance, improve the claims process or returned back to members as income.

The structure of the mutual means the council will not pay insurance premium tax, currently set at 12 per cent, on the vast majority of insurance products.

As well as saving money, the mutual puts councils in control by working together, sharing knowledge of best practice and reducing members’ risk exposure without increased costs.

Leader of the Council, Councillor Peter Lamb, said:

“It’s great to see Crawley Borough Council become a founding member of this initiative. The mutual is another way the council is saving money to put back into services and to reduce the forecasted budget gap.”

As a member, the council can still choose between the mutual and private companies for its insurance. However, the mutual can offer price matching or better cover that is up-to-date with changes in local authorities’ organisational and operational activities.  

The council can insure through the mutual from 1 April 2020.

Find out more about the Local Government Mutual here: www.local.gov.uk/new-local-government-mutual


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