Brentwood and Ongar Constituency covers all fifteen wards in Brentwood Borough Council and seven wards as part of the Epping Forest District Council.
These are the fifteen wards in Brentwood Borough Council surrounding Brentwood:
- Brentwood North
- Brentwood South
- Brentwood West
- Brizes and Doddinghurst
- Herongate, Ingrave and West Horndon
- Hutton Central
- Hutton East
- Hutton North
- Hutton South
- Ingatestone, Fryerning and Mountnessing
- Pilgrims Hatch
- South Weald
- Tipps Cross
Results May 2023
Tim Barrett turned in an outstanding result in Brentwood South, bucking the trend across Brentwood Borough and securing the opportunity to shape the next administration as the council returns to no overall control.
|Mark Robert||Lewis||Liberal Democrats||945||Elected|
|Satyan||Lal||The Conservative Party Candidate||286|
|Tim Nicholas||Barrett||Labour Party||796||Elected|
|Adam Jack||Chinnery||The Conservative Party Candidate||370|
|Arthur Harold||Leathley||Liberal Democrats||261|
|Stephen John||Mayo||Liberal Democrats||929||Elected|
|Thomas Daniel||Rayner||The Conservative Party Candidate||339|
Brizes & Doddinghurst
|Clifford Edward||Poppy||The Conservative Party Candidate||891||Elected|
|Florina Emilia||Constanda||Liberal Democrats||259|
|Paul Francis||Jeater||Green Party candidate||88|
Herongate, Ingrave & West Horndon
|Fiona Elizabeth||Marsh||The Conservative Party Candidate||595||Elected|
|Anne Valerie||Long||Liberal Democrats||167|
|Jane Elizabeth||Winter||Labour Party||116|
|Janak||Patel||The Conservative Party Candidate||324|
|Susan Margaret||Kortlandt||Labour and Co-operative Party||140|
|Janet Irene||Pound||The Conservative Party Candidate||493||Elected|
|Philip Paul||Holland||Labour Party||212|
|Laura Justine Margaret||Carey||Liberal Democrats||154|
|Paul Nicholas||Godfrey||Reform UK||64|
Ingatestone, Fryerning & Mountnessing
|Hugh Maurice||Gorton||Liberal Democrats||911||Elected|
|Noelle Christina||Hones-Cloke||The Conservative Party Candidate||745|
|Joanna Margaret||Moncrieff||Labour Party||98|
|Victoria Frances||Davies||Liberal Democrats||956||Elected|
|Gordon William Frank||Cowley||The Conservative Party Candidate||214|
|Cameron Frederick||Ball||Labour Party||114|
|David Mark||Hale||Green Party candidate||31|
|David Howard||Worsfold||Liberal Democrats||890||Elected|
|Thomas Edward||Gordon||The Conservative Party Candidate||710|
|Anne||Milward||Green Party candidate||94|
|Elizabeth Susan||Jerrard||Labour Party||56|
|Brenner Jack||Munden||Liberal Democrats||359||Elected|
|Jonathan Mark||Cloke||The Conservative Party Candidate||170|
|Roger John||McCheyne||The Conservative Party Candidate||553||Elected|
|Thomas Alan||Acton||Labour Party||82|
|Jason Joseph||Laplain||Liberal Democrats||870||Elected|
|Jason William||Gibson||The Conservative Party Candidate||450|
|Julian||Goode||Green Party candidate||76|
Labour’s Manifesto for Brentwood
1. Invest in local services, and infrastructure, while bringing services like parking and billing back to Brentwood, providing real opportunity for all residents
2. Deliver sustainable housing development, affordable homes for our borough’s young people and families, while protecting our green spaces
3. Champion the community with real support for our volunteers, charities and services
4. Demand the County Council finally delivers to improve our roads, libraries and schools
5. Breathe new life into our community and promote our location as a great place for business
Candidates for Brentwood
Brentwood Borough Council
Eleanor is a student embarking on a career in politics. She points out that of the thirty-six councillors only a quarter are women and none under 25. She intends to represent everyone in our community fully. A young woman, who went to school at Brentwood County High, works in the local High street and lives at the heart of Brentwood, she will speak on behalf of all people in Brentwood, and aims to make under-represented groups in Brentwood heard.
Dr. Tim Barrett
Tim is a scientist working in cancer research, and has a passion for planning, environment and housing issues, as well as promoting community facilities
Dr. Richard Millwood
Richard is an action-researcher developing educational technology and feels that the Brentwood Borough Council needs an active, principled opposition so that it is challenged to improve the lives of Brentwood people.
Brizes and Doddinghurst
Kevin is a volunteer charity worker and cricket enthusiast and is passionate about maintaining a moral and ethical stance on international affairs, starting at home here in Brentwood.
Herongate, Ingrave and West Horndon
Jane is a retired health service manager and parish councillor who champions the grass roots on the parish councils of Brentwood so that residents are listened to for their knowledge, competence and experience.
no election in 2023
Sue is a retired educator and Citizens’ Advice volunteer who has a special interest in housing and the environment.
Phil is a Shared Lives officer in adult social care with Essex County Council, an adult foster care service for people with disabilities and as with his day job, wants to champion social justice especially for the most vulnerable members of our society.
no election in 2023
Ingatestone, Fryerning and Mountnessing
Prof. Joanna Moncrieff
Jo is a practicing NHS psychiatrist, University teacher and researcher, who believes the Labour party will help make the UK a fairer society, by supporting the health service, education and housing sectors and investing for the future.
Cameron is a communications officer working in London, who would champion the housing needs for young people to live an independent and fulfilling life.
Liz is a project manager for software systems, who would raise the bar of competence in the management of Brentwood Borough Council to make the most of the meagre funding provided by the Conservative government.
Sam is a student embarking on a career in politics, and as a young person who has lived in Brentwood his entire life, wishes not only to represent only his own ideas values and interests, but those of the whole community.
Prof. Thomas Acton
Thomas is a retired university professor and local activist, born in Brentwood who wants to serve the whole community with integrity, and give something back for a lifetime of the welfare state.
Malcolm is a writer and publisher who has lived in Brentwood for nearly forty years and who thinks the Labour Green Economy is the only way ahead locally and nationally for creating well-paid jobs and dealing with Climate Change.