Bexley Conservatives have been re-elected in a fourth landslide election victory – taking 34 of the 45 seats and 55% of all votes cast.
It means the Conservatives will run Bexley for another four years, having first won control of the Council in 2006.
Cllr Teresa O’Neill OBE, Leader of Bexley Conservatives, said:
“We are all honoured to have received such a decisive mandate from Bexley residents for a 4th time. It is great so many residents trust us to do a good job.
We set out a detailed range of policies in our manifesto, and we are already getting back to work to begin implementing them.
All of our candidates worked their socks off, never taking anything for granted, and we delivered a copies of our manifesto across the Borough.
We set out a clear agenda for what we would do over the next four years, and with such an emphatic endorsement from residents, we will deliver everything we pledged.”
Conservatives 34 seats
Labour 11 seats