The local election votes have been counted and the results announced.
|Mike Phillips||Welsh Conservative Party||2905||11%||Elected|
|Tim Davies||Welsh Conservative Party||2900||11%||Elected|
|Linda Morgan||Welsh Conservative Party||2856||11%||Elected|
|Mike Jones-Pritchard||Welsh Conservative Party||2753||10%||Elected|
|Hannah Buckingham||Welsh Labour||2700||10%||Not elected|
|Marc Palmer||Welsh Labour||2488||9%||Not elected|
|Norman Gettings||Welsh Labour||2461||9%||Not elected|
|Maliika Kaaba||Welsh Labour||2234||8%||Not elected|
|Mali Rowlands||Cardiff Plaid||962||4%||Not elected|
|Dan Allsobrook||Cardiff Plaid||951||4%||Not elected|
|Glenys Evans||Cardiff Plaid||885||3%||Not elected|
|Julia Burns||Cardiff Plaid||856||3%||Not elected|
|Lynne Barrett-Lee||Welsh Liberal Democrats||540||2%||Not elected|
|Dominic Eggbeer||Welsh Liberal Democrats||516||2%||Not elected|
|Geraldine Nichols||Welsh Liberal Democrats||365||1%||Not elected|
|Usman Mahmood Bukhari||Welsh Liberal Democrats||312||1%||Not elected|
Full results are on the Cardiff Council website.
Wales Online were at the count and managed to speak to the successful candidates.
— Ruth Mosalski (@ruthmosalski) May 5, 2017
The new councillors have a “six point plan” on their website. The plan includes:
“We will work to see that our roads and footpaths are properly maintained, kept litter free and are safe for pedestrians with a sensibly integrated and safe cycle network.”
“We will continue to work with local schools, seeking to ensure that they receive all the support and equipment they need, to provide the best education possible for your children.”
“We will seek to retain a waste recycling centre in north Cardiff, in Wedal Road, or in another location just as close, for easy access and establish methods to prevent and quickly remove flytipping.”
You can get in touch with the councillors at firstname.lastname@example.org.