Conservators' Election 2024

Election Results

The Returning Officer is pleased to announce that the successful candidates in the election for the five elected Conservators (Trustees) are as follows:

David Brown

Susan Bucknall

Michael Johnston

William Liu

Mauro Mattiuzzo

The detailed results provided by Civica Election Services, the independent scrutineer, are as follows:

The turnout compares with 20.4% at the last election in 2021.  A more detailed analysis of the votes can be found here.

The elected Conservators will commence their three-year term of office on Wednesday 3 April 2024 in accordance with the provisions of section 14, The Wimbledon and Putney Commons Act 1871.

Congratulations to the new Conservators and commiserations to the candidate who was not successful.


Statutory Notice of Election issued

On 4 December 2023, Wimbledon and Putney Commons Conservators issued the statutory notice regarding the election of Conservators to be held on 6 March 2024. A copy of the notice can be downloaded here: Statutory Notice.


If you have any questions about the election please email or call Ms Paula Graystone, the Deputy Clerk and Ranger, on 020 8788 7655


If you have a complaint about any aspect of the election process you can make a formal complaint using an Election Complaint Form which you can download here: Complaints Form. The completed form should be emailed to or posted or delivered to Manor Cottage, Wimbledon Common, SW19 5NR.

The Returning Officer (or WPCC staff) will endeavour to respond to complaints within five working days. If a full response cannot be made within this timescale, the complainant will be advised.

Appointment of Returning Office and Scrutineer

Mr Nigel Ware, the Home Office appointed Conservator, has been appointed as Returning Officer and Civica Election Services Limited has been appointed as Scrutineer.

Election Guidelines and Procedures

The Board has approved the Election Guidelines and Procedures for the 2024 election which can be downloaded here: Election Guidelines and Procedures