Local elections were held on Thursday 2 May 2013 in all county councils, for seven unitary authorities and one Welsh unitary authority.
The table below shows these councils and the political control of the council or, where there is an elected mayor, the majority party prior to this election.
Table 1: May 2012 political control, or majority party
Current election result
|Bristol||Unitary authority||South West||NOC|
|Cornwall||Unitary authority||South West||NOC|
|Durham||Unitary authority||North East||LAB|
|East Sussex||County||South East||CON|
|Isle of Wight||Unitary authority||South East||CON|
|North Yorkshire||County||Yorkshire and the Humber||CON|
|Northumberland||Unitary authority||North East||NOC|
|Shropshire||Unitary authority||West Midlands||CON|
|West Sussex||County||South East||CON|
|Wiltshire||Unitary authority||South West||CON|
Note 1: ‘Current' relates to the political control or majority party at May 2012
Following the results of local elections on the 2 May 2013, the LGA will also be producing interactive maps of England and Wales displaying the political control of the council or, where there is also an elected mayor, the majority party. This will enable member councils and other interested parties to keep up to date with key changes as a result of the elections.
If you have any queries about election results please contact: email@example.com
7 May 2013