chiswick local election guide

Local Government Election May 2006

Your definitive guide to voting in the Chiswick Area

Election Stories

Labour predicted to win in local boroughs

Further calls for Hounslow Mayor to resign
Darshan Grewal refuses to step down over lap dancing debacle

Council leader joins stars of the silver screen
Emma Thompson at London Filming Partnership party

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Party Manifestos

Local Wards

On May 4th elections will be held to determine who will represent the local area on the Borough Council. Chiswick covered by four local government wards, three of which are in the borough of Hounslow and one in the borough of Ealing.

This site will be providing the most comprehensive coverage available of the elections in the local area. There will be regular updates on the election campaign appearing on the site and in our weekly newsletter. The results of the votes in the local wards will appear here first hopefully within minutes of the declaration.

Turnham Green, Chiswick Riverside and Chiswick Homefields returned 3 Conservative Councillors for each ward in the May 2002 election for Hounslow Borough. Southfield ward is currently represented by three Liberal Democrat councillors.

A list of all the candidates standing in the Chiswick area


Local Wards


Finding the details for your ward.

The map shows the approximate borders of the ward boundaries. Click on the ward name for full details of candidates, current councillors, election results and ward demographics.

If you want to find out which ward you are in e-mail and we will let you know. (Registered members only)



Lib Dems Pledge a Fair and Green Hounslow
Seven promises constitue local election manifesto

Labour launches manifesto for local elections
Council leader Colin Ellar unveils party's pledges

Green Party launches local election campaign
Eight candidates to stand in wards across Hounslow Borough

Local Tories Launch Election Manifesto
Pledge a reduction in waste and needless bureaucracy


Conservatives launch local election manifesto
Tories pledge to focus on crime and grime in Ealing Borough

Lib Dems unite to launch local manifesto
Party pledges a safer, environmentally friendlier Ealing