Douglas (North, Central, East, South)
Douglas (North, Central, East, South - 12 seats)
Douglas North Ward:
349 - Karen Angela,
385 - Isle of Man Green Party member Falk Horning (ELECTED)
446 - Janet Thommeny (ELECTED)
376 - Manx Labour Party member Peter John Washington (ELECTED)
Douglas Central Ward:
567 - Natalie Anne Byron (ELECTED)
503 - Manx Labour Party Samuel James Hamer
781 - Stephen Robert Pitts (ELECTED)
647 - John Edward Skinner (ELECTED)
Douglas East Ward:
551 - IOM Green Party member Andrew John Bentley (ELECTED)
373 - Ian John Gelling Clague (ELECTED)
235 - Linda Tracey Coe
324 - Angela Catherine Joughin
540 - Manx Labour Party member Devon Robert Watson (ELECTED)
Douglas South Ward (UNCONTESTED): Steven Robert Crellin, Frank Schuengel, Claire Louise Wells
Election details: The polling stations were at;
EAST: Manx Youth Band rooms on Derby Road, and St Andrews Church Hall.
NORTH: Cronk Y Berry Primiary School, and the Mike Hailwood Centre.
CENTRAL: St Matthews Church Hall, and All Saints Church Hall.
The counts for all wards was held at Douglas Town Hall. Paul Cowin was the returning officer.
2021/22 Rate (pence in £)
451 pence in the £ and 11,592 Private Households as at the 2016 Census
Seats available: 12 (3 in each ward)
The Borough: The Island's capital, Douglas, is the home of Tynwald and the major centre of employment and housing.
The Council: The Island's largest local authority, Douglas Borough Council provides a wide-range of services, including building control, housing, waste management, and street lighting.
2016 election history:
Athol Ward - 3 seats - uncontested.
Murray's Ward - 3 seats - uncontested.
Victoria Ward - 4 people stood for 3 seats.
Derby Ward - 3 seats - uncontested.
St George's Ward - 3 seats - uncontested.
Hills Ward - 4 people stood for 3 seats.