February / March 2017: Referendum News

Posted on 27 March 2017 (Permalink)

The referendum results are as follows:  

February 2017

  • Walberton: 95.7% 'yes' on a turnout of 42.8%

Further information from Arun District Council (South East)*

  • Clarborough and Welham:  87.8% 'yes' on a turnout of 42%

Further information from Bassetlaw District Council (East Midlands)

  • Poole Quays:  91.8% 'yes' on a turnout of 11.5%

Further information from Borough of Poole (South West)

  • Winchfield:  96.4% 'yes' on a turnout of 61.2%

Further information from Hart District Council (South East)

  • Uttoxeter: 85.2% 'yes' on a turnout of 17.8%

Further information from East Staffordshire Borough Council (West Midlands)

  • Denstone: 89.2% 'yes' on a turnout of 28.2%

Further information from East Staffordshire Borough Council (West Midlands)

  • Sutton St Nicholas: 84.4% 'yes' on a turnout of 34.8%

Further information from Herefordshire Council (West Midlands)

  • Penwortham:  90.4% 'yes' on a turnout of 15.3%

Further information from South Ribble Borough Council (North West)

  • Bramley:  95.3% 'yes' on a turnout of 32.5%

Further information from Basingstoke and Dean Council (South East)

  • Gt Bealings:  97% 'yes' on a turnout of 44.8%

Further information from East Suffolk, Suffolk Coastal and Waveney Councils (East)

  • Leiston: 83% 'yes' on a turnout of 16.8%

Further information from East Suffolk, Suffolk Coastal and Waveney Councils (East)

  • Framlingham: 91.9% 'yes' on a turnout of 27.5%

Further information from East Suffolk, Suffolk Coastal and Waveney Councils (East)

  • Shillingstone:  88% 'yes' on a turnout of 32.6%

Further information from North Dorset District Council (South West)

  • Hartshill:  86.9% 'yes' on a turnout of 18.8%

Further information from North Warwickshire Borough Council (West Midlands)

  • Heversham and Hincaster:  77.8% 'yes' on a turnout of 36.2%

Further information from South Lakeland District Council (North West)

  • Braunston: 85.1% 'yes' on a turnout of 35.3%

Further information from Daventry District Council (East Midlands)

  • Growing together: 91.5% 'yes' on a turnout of 13%

Further information from Northampton Borough Council (East Mids)

March 2017

  • Appleton Thorn:  95.9% 'yes' on a turnout of 35.4%

Further information from Warrington Borough Council (North West)

  • Kelsall and Willington: 95.7% 'yes' on a turnout of 23.6%

Further information from Cheshire West and Chester Council (North West)

  • Mendlesham:  94.2% 'yes' on a turnout of 36.7%

Further information from Mid Suffolk District Council (East of England)

  • Langham:  91% 'yes' on a turnout of 32%

Further information from Rutland County Council (East Midlands)

  • Holmes Chapel: 96.9% 'yes' on a turnout of  41.5%

Further information from  Cheshire East Council (North West)

  • Cuckney, Norton, Holbeck & Welbeck:  78.6% 'yes' on a turnout of  29.7%

Further information from Bassetlaw District Council (East Midlands)

  • Pluckley: 88.2% 'yes' on a turnout of  31%

Further information from Ashford Borough Council (South East)

  • Drakes Broughton, Wadborough and Pirton:  93% 'yes' on a turnout of 25.6%

Further information from Wychavon District Council (West Midlands)

  • North Claines:  85.2% 'yes' on a turnout of 20.9%

Further information from Wychavon District Council (West Midlands)

  • Buntingford: 94% 'yes' on a turnout of  22.3%

Further information from East Herts Council (South East)

  • Leintwardine:  93.4% 'yes' on a turnout of  21.5%

Further information from Herefordshire District Council (West Midlands)

  • Saxilby with Ingleby: 91.8% 'yes' on a turnout of  23.9%

Further information from West Lindsey District Council (East Midlands)

  • Whitegate and Marton: 95% 'yes' on a turnout of  40%

Further information from Cheshire West and Chester Council (North West)

*NB - all regions in brackets refer to the English regions of the Royal Town Planning Institute