Political make-up of local councils in the United Kingdom

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This is a list of the political make-up of principal local and regional authorities, commonly known as local councils, in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, following the May 2014 local government elections. There are 433 principal authorities in the UK: 27 county councils, 55 unitary authorities, 32 London boroughs, 36 Metropolitan boroughs, 201 districts, 32 Scottish unitary authorities, 22 Welsh unitary authorities, and 26 Northern Ireland districts (the City of London and the Isles of Scilly are non-party based). This list does not include parish and town councils, the lowest tier of local government with limited powers.

The three main parties in Great Britain, the Conservatives, Labour, and the Liberal Democrats, have the most councillors, with 40%, 35%, and 11% of the total respectively. The Scottish National Party has the most in Scotland of any party, and Plaid Cymru is second to Labour in number of councillors in Wales. Northern Ireland is controlled by parties local to the province. Several minor nationwide parties hold a number of seats across the UK, most prominently the United Kingdom Independence Party, and the Green Party. There are thousands of independent or Residents' association councillors, and many local political parties hold seats and sometimes form part of council administrations.

Representation by party in Great Britain[edit]

Conservative councillors predominate in English county and district councils and hold a plurality of English Unitary Authority seats, where as the Labour party is dominant in Greater London boroughs, Metropolitan boroughs and Welsh Unitary Authorities. Scottish National Party (SNP) councillors slightly outnumber Labour ones on Scottish Unitary Authorities.

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party detail max GB Co. UA GLC Met Dist Welsh Scots
Party or group Total Great Britain English County English Unitary Authority Greater London Borough English Metro-
politan Borough
English District Welsh Unitary Authority Scottish Unitary Authority
Boston District Independents [Seats 1] (39) 4 4
British National Party [Seats 2] 1 1
The Community Campaign (Hart) [1] [Seats 3] 7 1 6
Conservative Party 8,296 934 1,190 608 368 4,976 105 115
English Democrats [Seats 4] (18036) 1 1
Green Party of England and Wales (18036) 170 19 36 2 21 61
Independent Community and Health Concern [Seats 5] 11 3 1 7
Labour Party 7,127 380 1,166 865 1,713 1,739 579 395
Liberal Democrats 2,257 252 424 245 247 1,241 73 70
Liberal Party [Seats 6] 14 2 3 3 6
Lincolnshire Independents[2][3] [Seats 7] (5) 4 4
Llais (Voice of) Gwynedd [Seats 8] (74) 13 13
Mansfield Independent Forum [4] [Seats 9] 29 4 25
Mebyon Kernow (Sons of Cornwall) [Seats 10] (123) 4 4
Middlewich First [Seats 11] 3 3
Morecambe Bay Independents [Seats 12] (22) 11 11
People Against Bureaucracy Group[5] [Seats 13] 5 2 3
Plaid Cymru (Party of Wales) (1,254) 171 171
Residents Associations of Epsom and Ewell [Seats 14] 27 4 23
Scottish National Party (1,209) 413 421
Scottish Socialist Party [Seats 15] (1,209) 1 1
Selston Area Independents [Seats 16] 3 1 2
Social Democratic Party [Seats 17] 2 1 1
Swanscombe & Greenhithe Residents' Association[6] [Seats 18] 7 1 6
United Kingdom Independence Party 370 135 58 12 37 126 2
Wythall Residents Association [Seats 19] 3 1 2
Independents and other local parties 1,704 61 259 56 129 629 313 201
Total seats 20,523 1,811 3,118 1,803 2,445 8,871 1,254 1,223
party detail max seats County Unitary Auth. GL borough Met. Borough District Welsh UA Scots UA

Representation by council[edit]

Further information: Local government in England

County councils[edit]

Further information: Non-metropolitan county
Council Councillors Control Conservative Labour LibDem Green UKIP Liberal Residents Ind. &
Oth.
Independents, Residents Associations, & other parties details
Buckinghamshire [7] 49 Con 36 1 5 6 1
Cambridgeshire [8] 69 NOC 32 7 14 12 4
Cumbria [9] 84 NOC 26 35 16 7 5 Independent, 2 "West Cumbria Independent Group".
Derbyshire [10] 64 Lab 18 43 3
Devon [11] 62 Con 38 7 9 1 4 3
Dorset [12] 45 Con 27 5 12 1
East Sussex [13] 49 NOC 20 7 10 7 5
Essex [14] 75 Con 42 9 9 2 9 1 3 1 Independent, 1 "Canvey Island Independent Party", 1 "Independent Loughton Residents Association", 1 "Tendring First".
Gloucestershire [15] 53 NOC 23 9 14 1 3 3 2 Independent, 1 "People Against Bureaucracy".
Hampshire [16] 78 Con 45 4 17 10 2 1 Independent, 1 "Community Campaign (Hart)"
Hertfordshire [17] 77 Con 46 15 16
Kent [18] 84 Con 45 13 7 1 17 1
Lancashire [19] 84 NOC 35 39 6 1 3
Leicestershire [21] 55 Con 30 10 13 2
Lincolnshire [22] 77 NOC 33 12 4 11 15 3 Independents, 9 Lincolnshire Independents, 3 "Independence from Europe".
Norfolk [23] 84 NOC 40 15 10 4 14 1
North Yorkshire [24] 72 Con 45 7 8 2 2 8
Northamptonshire [25] 57 Con 36 11 6 3 1
Nottinghamshire [26] 67 Lab 21 34 8 4 1 Independent, 2 Mansfield Independent Forum, and 1 "Selston Area Independents".
Oxfordshire [27] 63 NOC 31 15 11 2 4
Somerset [28] 55 Con 29 3 18 3 2
Staffordshire [29] 62 Con 34 24 2 2 2 Independents.
Suffolk [30] 75 Con 39 15 7 2 9 3 1 Independent, 1 Independent aligned to Green Group, and 1 Independent aligned to Liberal Democrat Group.
Surrey [31] 81 Con 58 1 9 1 3 9
Warwickshire [32] 62 NOC 26 22 9 2 3
West Sussex [33] 71 Con 46 6 8 10 1
Worcestershire [34] 57 Con 31 12 3 2 1 1 1 5 2 independent, 3 Independent Community and Health Concern and Residents, 1 "Wythall Residents' Association".
Totals 1,811 Con 16
Lab 2
NOC 9
934 380 252 19 138 3 12 73

Unitary authorities[edit]

Further information: Unitary authorities of England
Council Councillors Control
Conservative Labour
LibDem Green
UKIP
Liberal
Ind. &
Others

ind/oth.
details
Bath & North East Somerset [35] 65 NOC 26 5 29 5
Bedford [36] 40 NOC 12 12 12 4
Blackburn with Darwen [37] 64 Lab 14 45 5
Blackpool [38] 42 Lab 13 28 1
Bournemouth [39] 54 Con 46 3 2 3
Bracknell Forest [40] 42 Con 40 2
Brighton and Hove [41] 54 NOC 18 13 23
Bristol [42] 70 NOC 14 28 23 4 1
Central Bedfordshire [43] 59 Con 48 1 5 5
Cheshire East [44] 82 Con 51 16 4 1 10 [indy 1]
Cheshire West and Chester [45] 75 Con 42 32 1
Cornwall [46] 123 NOC 31 8 36 1 6 41 [indy 2]
Darlington [47] 53 Lab 15 33 5
Derby [48] 51 Lab 14 28 9
Durham [49] 126 Lab 4 94 9 19 [indy 3]
East Riding of Yorkshire [50] 67 Con 53 6 3 5 [indy 4]
Halton [51] 56 Lab 2 50 4
Hartlepool [52] 33 Lab 3 21 9
Herefordshire [53] 58 Con 30 1 3 1 23 [indy 5]
Hull [54] 59 Lab 2 39 17 1 [indy 6]
Isle of Wight [55] 40 NOC 15 2 1 2 20
Leicester [56] 54 Lab 1 52 1
Luton [57] 48 Lab 4 36 8
Medway [58] 55 Con 35 15 3 2
Middlesbrough [59] 48 Lab 4 30 1 1 12 [indy 7]
Milton Keynes [60] 51 NOC 19 16 15 1
North East Lincolnshire [61] 44 NOC 11 24 4 3 2
North Lincolnshire [62] 43 Con 23 20
North Somerset [63] 61 Con 42 5 6 1 7
Northumberland [64] 67 NOC 21 32 11 3
Nottingham [65] 55 Lab 4 51
Peterborough [66] 57 NOC 33 11 4 3 6 [indy 8]
Plymouth [67] 57 Lab 26 31
Poole [68] 42 NOC 20 18 4 [indy 9]
Portsmouth [69] 42 NOC 12 5 25
Reading [70] 46 Lab 12 26 4 3 1
Redcar and Cleveland [71] 59 Lab 6 33 15 5 [indy 10]
Rutland [72] 26 Con 17 2 3 4
Shropshire [73] 74 Con 47 9 13 5 [indy 11]
Slough [74] 41 Lab 5 35 1
South Gloucestershire [75] 70 NOC 33 15 21 1
Southampton [76] 48 Lab 16 30 2
Southend-on-Sea [77] 51 NOC 25 6 10 10
Stockton-on-Tees [78] 56 NOC 12 27 4 13 [indy 12]
Stoke-on-Trent [79] 44 Lab 2 33 9
Swindon [80] 57 Con 29 24 4
Telford and Wrekin [81] 54 Lab 17 33 3 1
Thurrock [82] 49 NOC 20 26 1 2 [indy 13]
Torbay [83] 36 Con 21 1 10 1 3
Warrington [84] 57 Lab 4 41 12
West Berkshire [85] 52 Con 39 13
Wiltshire [86] 98 Con 58 4 27 1 8
Windsor and Maidenhead [87] 57 Con 47 3 2 5 [indy 14]
Wokingham [88] 54 Con 43 10 1
York [89] 47 Lab 10 26 8 2 1
Totals 3,113 Lab 23
Con 19
LD 1
NOC 12
1,213 1,166 424 36 22 3 249

London borough councils[edit]

Further information: London borough

The London Assembly, last elected on 3 May 2012, is (together with the elected Mayor of London) the governing body for the Greater London Authority.

Council Councillors Control Conservative Labour LibDem Green UKIP Ind. / Others
ind./oth.
details
Vacant
Barking and Dagenham [90] 51 Lab 48 3
Barnet [91] 63 Con 38 22 3
Bexley [92] 63 Con 52 11
Brent [93] 63 Lab 6 41 16
Bromley [94] 60 Con 53 3 4
Camden [95] 54 Lab 10 30 13 1
Croydon [96] 70 Lab 37 33
Ealing [97] 69 Lab 23 39 5 1 1
Enfield [98] 63 Lab 27 36
Greenwich [99] 51 Lab 11 40
Hackney [100] 57 Lab 4 50 3
Hammersmith and Fulham [101] 46 Lab 31 15
Haringey [102] 57 Lab 34 23
Harrow [103] 63 Lab 25 25 1 1 11
Havering [104] 54 NOC 32 5 1 16 [indy 15] 1
Hillingdon [105] 65 Con 46 19
Hounslow [106] 60 Lab 20 35 4 1
Islington [107] 48 Lab 35 13
Kensington and Chelsea [108] 54 Con 42 9 3
Kingston upon Thames [109] 48 Con 21 27
Lambeth [110] 63 Lab 4 44 15
Lewisham [111] 54 Lab 2 39 12 1
Merton [112] 60 Lab 21 28 2 3 6 [indy 16]
Newham [113] 60 Lab 60
Redbridge [114] 63 Lab 29 25 7 2
Richmond upon Thames [115] 54 Con 30 24
Southwark [116] 63 Lab 3 34 25 1
Sutton [117] 54 LD 11 1 42
Tower Hamlets [118] 51 NOC 8 39 1 3
Waltham Forest [119] 60 Lab 18 36 6
Wandsworth [120] 60 Con 47 13
Westminster [121] 60 Con 48 12
Totals 1,861 Lab 16
Con 11
LD  2
NOC  3
699 865 245 2 10 40 0
London Assembly 25 NOC 9 12 2 2

Metropolitan borough councils[edit]

Further information: Metropolitan borough
Council Councillors Control Conservative Labour LibDem Green UKIP Liberal Ind. & Others ind./oth detail
Barnsley [122] 63 Lab 5 52 6 [indy 17]
Birmingham [123] 120 Lab 28 77 15
Bolton [124] 60 Lab 16 41 3
Bradford [125] 90 Lab 24 45 8 3 5
Bury [126] 51 Lab 12 36 2 1
Calderdale [127] 51 NOC 17 21 11 2 [indy 18]
Coventry [128] 54 Lab 11 43
Doncaster [129] 63 Lab 9 50 3 1 [indy 19]
Dudley [130] 72 Lab 29 42 1
Gateshead [131] 66 Lab 55 11
Kirklees [132] 69 NOC 17 33 10 5 4
Knowsley [133] 63 Lab 63
Leeds [134] 99 Lab 19 63 10 2 5 [indy 20]
Liverpool [135] 90 Lab 74 10 2 3 1
Manchester [136] 96 Lab 87 9
Newcastle upon Tyne [137] 78 Lab 51 26 1
North Tyneside [138] 60 Lab 12 43 4 1
Oldham [139] 60 Lab 2 43 14 1
Rochdale [140] 60 Lab 13 42 5
Rotherham [141] 63 Lab 4 57 1 1
St Helens [142] 48 Lab 3 40 5
Salford [143] 60 Lab 8 52
Sandwell [144] 72 Lab 2 68 2 [indy 21]
Sefton [145] 66 Lab 8 36 20 2 [indy 22]
Sheffield [146] 84 Lab 59 18 4 3
Solihull [147] 51 Con 28 6 10 6 1
South Tyneside [148] 54 Lab 1 47 3 3 [indy 23]
Stockport [149] 63 NOC 10 21 28 4
Sunderland [150] 75 Lab 8 63 4 [indy 24]
Tameside [151] 57 Lab 5 52
Trafford [152] 63 Con 34 25 4
Wakefield [153] 63 Lab 11 52
Walsall [154] 60 NOC 24 28 5 3
Wigan [155] 75 Lab 1 63 2 9 [indy 25]
Wirral [156] 66 Lab 22 37 7
Wolverhampton [157] 60 Lab 13 44 3
Totals 2,445 Lab 29
Con 2
NOC 5
396 1,713 247 21 4 3 56

District councils[edit]

Further information: Non-metropolitan district
Council Councillors Control Conservative Labour LibDem
Green BNP UKIP
Liberal Ind. & Others Ind/Oth. Detail Vacant
Adur [158] 29 Con 24 1 1 1 2 [indy 26]
Allerdale [159] 56 NOC 12 26 1 1 16
Amber Valley [160] 45 Lab 24 21
Arun [161] 56 Con 47 3 5 1
Ashfield [162] 33 Lab 24 6 3
Ashford [163] 43 Con 25 4 5 9 [indy 27]
Aylesbury Vale [164] 59 Con 38 2 17 2
Babergh [165] 43 NOC 18 3 12 10
Barrow-in-Furness [166] 36 Lab 7 29
Basildon [167] 42 NOC 24 15 2 1
Basingstoke and Deane [168] 60 NOC 32 14 11 3
Bassetlaw [169] 48 Lab 11 34 3
Blaby [170] 39 Con 28 6 5
Bolsover [171] 37 Lab 33 4 [indy 28]
Boston [172] 32 Con 18 3 1 10 [indy 29]
Braintree [173] 60 Con 45 11 2 2 [indy 30]
Breckland [174] 54 Con 46 6 2
Brentwood [175] 37 NOC 25 2 9 1
Broadland [176] 47 Con 34 1 12
Bromsgrove [177] 39 Con 27 10 2 [indy 31]
Broxbourne [178] 30 Con 27 3
Broxtowe [179] 44 NOC 18 17 9
Burnley [180] 45 Lab 5 26 14
Cambridge [181] 42 Lab 1 14 25 2
Cannock Chase [182] 41 Lab 5 25 3 6 2
Canterbury [183] 50 Con 36 3 11
Carlisle [184] 52 Lab 20 27 2 2 1
Castle Point [185] 41 NOC 25 16 [indy 32]
Charnwood [186] 52 Con 34 15 1 1 1
Chelmsford [187] 57 Con 40 1 16
Cheltenham [188] 40 LD 12 24 4 [indy 33]
Cherwell [189] 50 Con 41 6 3
Chesterfield [190] 48 Lab 34 14
Chichester [191] 48 Con 38 8 2
Chiltern [192] 40 Con 31 1 5 1 2
Chorley [193] 47 Lab 20 24 1 2
Christchurch [194] 24 Con 22 2
Colchester [195] 60 NOC 23 8 26 3 [indy 34]
Copeland [196] 51 Lab 15 34 2
Corby [197] 29 Lab 4 22 3
Cotswold [198] 44 Con 27 12 5
Craven [199] 30 NOC 15 4 11
Crawley [200] 37 Lab 21 16
Dacorum [201] 51 Con 43 1 7
Dartford [202] 44 Con 31 9 4 [indy 35]
Daventry [203] 38 Con 29 6 1 2
Derbyshire Dales [204] 39 Con 28 5 4 2
Dover [205] 45 Con 26 19
East Cambridgeshire [206] 39 Con 25 10 4
East Devon [207] 59 Con 42 10 7
East Dorset [208] 36 Con 30 6
East Hampshire [209] 44 Con 39 5
East Hertfordshire [210] 50 Con 45 2 3
East Lindsey [211] 60 NOC 30 10 1 2 17 [indy 36]
East Northamptonshire [212] 40 Con 35 2 3
East Staffordshire [213] 39 NOC 18 16 1 4
Eastbourne [214] 27 LD 12 15
Eastleigh [215] 44 LD 4 40
Eden [216] 38 NOC 15 10 13 [indy 37]
Elmbridge [217] 60 Con 31 6 22 [indy 38] 1
Epping Forest [218] 58 Con 38 1 4 1 14 [indy 39]
Epsom and Ewell [219] 38 Ind 3 3 6 1 25 [indy 40]
Erewash [220] 51 Con 26 25
Exeter [221] 40 Lab 11 24 5
Fareham [222] 31 Con 22 6 2 1
Fenland [223] 40 Con 34 2 4
Forest Heath [224] 27 Con 23 1 2 1
Forest of Dean [225] 48 NOC 18 17 1 1 11 [indy 41]
Fylde [226] 51 Con 26 3 22 [indy 42]
Gedling [227] 50 Lab 15 31 4
Gloucester [228] 36 NOC 18 9 9
Gosport [229] 34 Con 24 5 5
Gravesham [230] 44 Lab 19 25
Great Yarmouth [231] 39 NOC 18 21
Guildford [232] 48 Con 34 2 12
Hambleton [233] 44 Con 39 2 3
Harborough [234] 37 Con 27 9 1
Harlow [235] 33 Lab 13 20
Harrogate [236] 54 Con 31 19 1 3
Hart [237] 35 NOC 16 10 9 [indy 43]
Hastings [238] 32 Lab 9 23
Havant [239] 38 Con 34 3 1
Hertsmere [240] 39 Con 34 5
High Peak [241] 43 NOC 15 21 3 4
Hinckley & Bosworth [242] 34 LD 15 1 18
Horsham [243] 44 Con 34 8 2
Huntingdonshire [244] 52 Con 39 1 7 3 2
Hyndburn [245] 35 Lab 9 23 3
Ipswich [246] 48 Lab 12 33 3
Kettering [247] 36 Con 25 9 1 1
King's Lynn & West Norfolk [248] 62 Con 42 12 2 1 1 4
Lancaster [249] 60 NOC 15 23 8 14 [indy 44]
Lewes [250] 41 NOC 20 18 2 1
Lichfield [251] 56 Con 46 10
Lincoln [252] 33 Lab 8 24 1
Maidstone [253] 55 NOC 30 1 19 5
Maldon [254] 31 Con 27 1 3
Malvern Hills [255] 38 Con 21 9 2 1 5
Mansfield [256] 36 Lab 25 11 [indy 45]
Melton [257] 28 Con 19 6 3
Mendip [258] 47 Con 31 1 14 1
Mid Devon [259] 42 Con 24 6 1 11
Mid Suffolk [260] 40 Con 21 1 6 4 1 7 [indy 46]
Mid Sussex [261] 54 Con 45 1 8
Mole Valley [262] 41 NOC 16 18 7 [indy 47]
New Forest [263] 60 Con 52 6 2
Newark and Sherwood [264] 46 NOC 22 15 3 6
Newcastle-under-Lyme [265] 60 Lab 17 31 11 1
North Devon [266] 43 NOC 19 13 11 [indy 48]
North Dorset [267] 33 Con 22 7 4
North East Derbyshire [268] 53 Lab 17 34 2
North Hertfordshire [269] 49 Con 33 10 6
North Kesteven [270] 43 Con 27 3 13 [indy 49]
North Norfolk [271] 48 Con 28 17 1 2
North Warwickshire [272] 35 Lab 17 18
North West Leicestershire [273] 38 Con 21 16 1
Northampton [274] 45 Con 26 14 4 1
Norwich [275] 39 Lab 21 3 15
Nuneaton and Bedworth [276] 34 Lab 8 25 1
Oadby and Wigston [277] 26 LD 4 22
Oxford [278] 48 Lab 29 13 5 1 [indy 50]
Pendle [279] 49 NOC 18 18 12 1
Preston [280] 57 Lab 19 31 5 2 [indy 51]
Purbeck [281] 24 NOC 12 10 2
Redditch [282] 29 Lab 14 15
Reigate and Banstead [283] 51 Con 37 2 2 9 [indy 52] 1
Ribble Valley [284] 40 Con 34 5 1
Richmondshire [285] 34 Ind 13 2 1 18
Rochford [286] 39 Con 31 4 2 2 [indy 53]
Rossendale [287] 36 Lab 9 24 1 2 [indy 54]
Rother [288] 38 Con 27 2 5 4
Rugby [289] 42 Con 25 10 6 1
Runnymede

[290]

42 Con 34 1 7 [indy 55]
Rushcliffe [291] 50 Con 34 5 6 2 3
Rushmoor [292] 39 Con 25 11 3
Ryedale [293] 30 Con 18 3 5 4 [indy 56]
St Albans [294] 58 NOC 29 8 19 1 1
St Edmundsbury [295] 45 Con 37 3 1 4
Scarborough [296] 50 NOC 24 6 2 1 2 13 2
Sedgemoor [297] 48 Con 31 13 2 2
Selby [298] 41 Con 29 10 2
Sevenoaks

[299]

54 Con 47 5 2
Shepway [300] 46 Con 43 1 2 [indy 57]
South Buckinghamshire [301] 40 Con 38 1 1 [indy 58]
South Cambridgeshire [302] 57 Con 34 1 14 8
South Derbyshire [303] 36 Con 19 17
South Hams [304] 40 Con 30 1 5 3 1
South Holland [305] 37 Con 25 12
South Kesteven [306] 58 Con 38 6 14
South Lakeland [307] 51 LD 14 3 34
South Norfolk [308] 46 Con 36 8 2
South Northamptonshire [309] 42 Con 32 1 3 6
South Oxfordshire [310] 48 Con 33 4 4 7 [indy 59]
South Ribble [311] 55 Con 33 21 1
South Somerset [312] 60 LD 25 31 4
South Staffordshire [313] 49 Con 41 2 6
Spelthorne [314] 39 Con 26 6 7
Stafford [315] 59 Con 36 18 1 1 3
Staffordshire Moorlands [316] 56 NOC 25 8 4 19 [indy 60]
Stevenage [317] 39 Lab 6 31 2
Stratford-on-Avon [318] 53 Con 32 1 16 4 [indy 61]
Stroud [319] 51 NOC 22 17 5 5 2
Suffolk Coastal [320] 55 Con 44 4 5 2 [indy 62]
Surrey Heath [321] 40 Con 35 2 1 2
Swale [322] 47 Con 32 13 1 1
Tamworth [323] 30 Con 17 12 1
Tandridge [324] 42 Con 34 6 2
Taunton Deane [325] 56 NOC 28 3 23 2
Teignbridge [326] 46 Con 25 13 8
Tendring [327] 60 Con 33 9 2 16 [indy 63]
Test Valley [328] 48 Con 36 12
Tewkesbury [329] 38 Con 24 11 3 [indy 64]
Thanet [330] 56 NOC 25 27 1 3
Three Rivers [331] 48 LD 14 6 28
Tonbridge and Malling [332] 53 Con 48 1 4
Torridge [333] 36 NOC 18 6 12
Tunbridge Wells [334] 48 Con 37 2 5 2 2
Uttlesford [335] 44 Con 34 7 3
Vale of White Horse [336] 51 Con 29 1 21
Warwick [337] 46 Con 25 8 9 4
Watford [338] 36 LD 2 8 23 3
Waveney [339] 48 NOC 23 22 1 2
Waverley [340] 57 Con 54 3
Wealden [341] 55 Con 47 3 5 [indy 65]
Wellingborough [342] 36 Con 28 8
Welwyn Hatfield [343] 48 Con 34 11 2 1
West Devon [344] 31 Con 18 3 10
West Dorset [345] 48 Con 32 11 5
West Lancashire [346] 54 NOC 28 26
West Lindsey [347] 37 Con 22 2 10 3
West Oxfordshire [348] 50 Con 41 4 4 1
West Somerset [349] 28 Con 19 2 7
Weymouth and Portland [350] 36 NOC 13 12 8 3
Winchester [351] 57 NOC 27 2 27 1
Woking [352] 36 Con 21 15
Worcester [353] 35 NOC 17 15 2 1
Worthing [354] 37 Con 24 12 1
Wychavon [355] 45 Con 38 1 5 1
Wycombe [356] 60 Con 42 6 9 1 2
Wyre [357] 55 Con 40 15
Wyre Forest [358] 42 NOC 15 10 5 1 11 [indy 66]
Totals 8,886 Con 128
Lab 31
LD 9
Ind 2
NOC 31
5,084 1,739 1,243 61 2 41 10 699 8

Welsh Unitary authorities[edit]

Further information: Local government in Wales

Most of the 1,254 unitary authority seats are held by nearly 600 Labour and about 300 independent councillors, followed by the other three main parties represented in the National Assembly for Wales since the 2011 Assembly election: Plaid Cymru (the Party of Wales), Conservative and Liberal Democratic. Various local parties (notably Llais Gwynedd or the Voice of Gwynedd), and the Social Democratic Party also hold seats.

Council Councillors Control Plaid
Cymru
Conservative Labour LibDem Llais
Gwynedd
Indep. & Others Ind. / Other note
Isle of Anglesey (Ynys Môn) [359] 30 NOC 12 3 1 14
Blaenau Gwent 42 Lab 33 9 [indy 67]
Bridgend [360] 54 Lab 1 1 39 3 10 [indy 68]
Caerphilly 73 Lab 20 50 3
Cardiff 75 Lab 2 7 46 16 4
Carmarthenshire [361] 74 NOC 28 22 24 [indy 69]
Ceredigion [362] 42 NOC 19 1 7 15
Conwy 59 NOC 12 13 10 5 19
Denbighshire 47 NOC 7 9 18 1 12
Flintshire [363] 70 NOC 8 31 7 24 [indy 70]
Gwynedd 74 NOC 37 4 2 13 18
Merthyr Tydfil [364] 33 Lab 24 8 [indy 71]
Monmouthshire [365] 44 NOC 19 12 3 10
Neath Port Talbot [366] 64 Lab 8 51 5 [indy 72]
Newport 50 Lab 10 37 1 2
Pembrokeshire [367] 60 Ind 5 2 8 1 44 [indy 73]
Powys 73 Ind 10 6 9 48
Rhondda Cynon Taf 75 Lab 9 1 60 1 4
Swansea [368] 72 Lab 4 49 12 7
Torfaen 44 Lab 2 4 30 8
Vale of Glamorgan 47 NOC 7 11 21 1 7
Wrexham [369] 52 NOC 5 23 4 20 [indy 74]
Totals 1,254 Lab 10
Ind 2
NOC 10
169 104 579 73 13 313
National Assembly for Wales 60 NOC 11 14 30 5

Scottish Unitary authorities[edit]

Further information: Local government in Scotland

The leading parties in Scotland by numbers of council seats are the Scottish National Party, Labour, the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats with 35%, 32%, 10%, and 6% of the seats, respectively. The Scottish Green Party and Scottish Socialist Party also hold seats. 17% of seats are held by independents, who wholly control the Orkney, Shetland and Eilean Siar councils.

The fourth Scottish Parliament was elected on 5 May 2011 under a different system.

Council Councillors Control SNP Conservative Labour LibDem Scottish
Greens
Independent /
Other
Ind/oth note Vacant
Aberdeen [370] 43 NOC 15 3 17 5 3
Aberdeenshire [371] 68 NOC 28 14 2 12 1 11 [indy 75]
Angus [372] 29 SNP 15 4 1 1 8 [indy 76]
Argyll and Bute [373] 33 NOC 12 4 4 13 [indy 77]
Clackmannanshire [374] 18 NOC 8 1 8 1
Dumfries and Galloway [375] 47 NOC 10 15 14 1 7
Dundee [376] 29 SNP 16 1 10 1 1
East Ayrshire [377] 32 NOC 15 2 14 1
East Dunbartonshire [378] 24 NOC 8 2 8 3 3 [indy 78]
East Lothian [379] 23 NOC 9 3 10 1
East Renfrewshire [380] 20 NOC 4 6 8 2
Edinburgh [381] 58 NOC 17 11 21 3 6
Eilean Siar (Outer Hebrides) [382] 31 Ind 6 3 22
Falkirk [383] 32 NOC 13 2 14 3
Fife [384] 78 NOC 26 3 35 10 4 [indy 79]
Glasgow [385] 79 Lab 27 1 44 1 5 1
Highland [386] 80 NOC 23 8 14 35 [indy 80] 1
Inverclyde [387] 20 NOC 6 1 10 2 1 [indy 81]
Midlothian [388] 18 NOC 8 8 1 1
Moray [389] 26 NOC 9 3 3 11
North Ayrshire [390] 30 NOC 12 1 11 6
North Lanarkshire [391] 70 Lab 26 41 3 [indy 82]
Orkney [392] 21 Ind 21
Perth and Kinross [393] 41 NOC 18 10 4 5 4
Renfrewshire [394] 40 Lab 15 1 22 1 1
Scottish Borders [395] 34 NOC 9 10 6 9 [indy 83]
Shetland [396] 22 Ind 22
South Ayrshire [397] 30 NOC 9 10 9 2
South Lanarkshire [398] 67 Lab 27 3 34 1 2
Stirling [399] 22 NOC 9 4 8 1
West Dunbartonshire [400] 22 Lab 6 12 4
West Lothian [401] 33 NOC 15 1 16 1 [indy 84]
Totals 1,220 Lab 5
Ind 3
SNP 2
NOC 22
421 116 395 70 14 204 0
Scottish Parliament 129 SNP 65 15 37 5 2 5

Northern Ireland[edit]

The dominant parties in Northern Ireland are the Democratic Unionists (DUP), Sinn Féin, Ulster Unionists (UUP) and Social Democratic and Labour Party (SDLP). Smaller parties with seats are the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland, Traditional Unionist Voice, Green Party in Northern Ireland, and the Progressive Unionists.[402] Of the parties active in Great Britain, only the Conservatives and UKIP have councillors in Northern Ireland.

Elections to the Northern Ireland Assembly were held on the same day, 5 May 2011, as the elections to the 26 local councils.

Council Council-
lors
DUP Sinn
Féin
UUP SDLP Alli-
ance
TUV UKIP Green Indepen-
dents
Others
Antrim 19 5 4 5 3 2
Ards 23 11 6 1 4 1
Armagh 22 4 6 6 5 1
Ballymena 24 12 2 4 2 1 2 1
Ballymoney 16 8 3 2 1 1 1
Banbridge 17 5 2 7 2 1
Belfast 51 15 16 3 8 6 1 2 Prog. Unionist
Carrickfergus 17 8 4 3 2
Castlereagh 23 11 3 2 6 1
Coleraine 22 9 1 5 3 2 2
Cookstown 16 3 6 3 4
Craigavon 26 9 8 6 2 1
Derry 30 5 10 1 14
Down 23 3 5 3 9 1 1 1
Dungannon & S. Tyrone 22 6 8 4 3 1
Fermanagh 23 4 9 6 3 1
Larne [403] 15 4 1 3 1 3 1 1 1 Conservative
Limavady 15 3 6 2 3 1
Lisburn 30 14 5 5 3 3
Magherafelt 16 3 9 2 2
Moyle 15 3 3 2 2 1 4
Newry and Mourne 31 1 14 3 9 1 1 2
Newtownabbey 25 12 2 5 1 5
North Down 25 11 4 6 1 3
Omagh 21 3 10 3 3 2
Strabane 16 4 8 1 1 2
Totals 582 175 138 99 87 44 6 1 3 26 2 PUP; 1 Cons.
DUP SF UUP SDLP All. TUV UKIP Green Ind Other
Northern Ireland Assembly 108 38 29 13 14 8 1 1 1 3 -

Details for smaller and local parties[edit]

Geography of smaller parties' seats[edit]

  1. ^ Boston District Independents: Boston (4) [1]
  2. ^ BNP (British National Party): Pendle (1),
  3. ^ Community Campaign: Hampshire (1)[2], Hart (6)[3]
  4. ^ English Democrats: Boston (1).
  5. ^ ICHC: Worcestershire (3), Shropshire (1), Wyre Forest (7)
  6. ^ Liberals: Exeter (4), Gateshead (1), Liverpool (3), North Yorkshire (1), Ryedale (3), Slough (3), Torridge (4), Worcestershire (1), Wyre Forest (1)
  7. ^ Lincolnshire Independents: Lincolnshire (5)
  8. ^ Llais Gwynedd: Gwynedd (13)
  9. ^ Mansfield Independent Forum: Mansfield (25)[4], Nottinghamshire (4)[5]
  10. ^ Mebyon Kernow: Cornwall (4)
  11. ^ Middlewich First: Cheshire East (3)[6]
  12. ^ Morecambe Bay Independents: Lancaster (11)
  13. ^ People Against Bureaucracy: Cheltenham (3)[7]Gloucestershire (2)[8]
  14. ^ Residents Associations of Epsom and Ewell: Epsom and Ewell (23)[9], Surrey (4)
  15. ^ Scottish Socialists: West Dunbartonshire (1)
  16. ^ Selston Area Independents: Nottinghamshire (1)[10], Ashfield (2)
  17. ^ SDP: East Riding of Yorkshire (1), Neath Port Talbot (1)
  18. ^ Swanscombe & Greenhithe: Dartford (6)[11], Kent (1)[12]
  19. ^ Wythall Residents: Worcestershire (1)[13], Bromsgrove (2).[14]

Local parties and independents in selected councils[edit]

(For councils where independents and other parties are shown without a footnote like the ones below, they are all simple or pure independents who do not belong to a distinct local party or group.)

  1. ^ Cheshire East: 3 Middlewich First, 2 Handforth Ratepayers, 2 Independents, 2 Vote Independents, 1 Shavington First.
  2. ^ Cornwall: 37 independents, 4 Mebyon Kernow
  3. ^ Durham: 12 independents, 9 Derwentside Independents and 3 Local Liberals.
  4. ^ East Riding: 4 independents, 1 SDP.
  5. ^ Herefordshire: 11 Herefordshire Independents, 9 It's Our County, 3 independent.
  6. ^ Hull: 1 NEW Hull Independent
  7. ^ Middlesbrough: 7 independent, 2 Marton Independent Group, 2 Middlesbrough Independent Members Association.
  8. ^ Peterborough: 6 Peterborough Independent Forum
  9. ^ Poole: 3 Poole Peoples Party
  10. ^ Redcar & Cleveland: 3 East Cleveland Independent, 2 independents
  11. ^ Shropshire: 4 independents, 1 ICHC (sits as part of the independents' group)
  12. ^ Stockton-on-Tees: 6 Ingelby Barwick Independent Society, 5 Thornaby Independent Association, 2 Billingham Independent Association
  13. ^ Thurrock: 2 independents, 1 Thurrock Concerned Conservative
  14. ^ Windsor & Maidenhead: 3 West Windsor Independent Group, 1 Old Windsor Residents Association, 1 independent
  15. ^ Havering: 12 Residents Association, 3 independent.
  16. ^ Merton: 3 Merton Park Ward Independent Resident
  17. ^ Barnsley: 6 Barnsley Independent Group
  18. ^ Calderdale: 2 independents, 1 Independent Liberal Democrat
  19. ^ Doncaster: 4 independents and 1 Community Group.
  20. ^ Leeds: 5 Morley Borough Independent
  21. ^ Sandwell: 1 independent, 1 Independent Socialist
  22. ^ Sefton: 2 Conservative Independent
  23. ^ South Tyneside: 11 independents and 2 South Tyneside Progressives.
  24. ^ Sunderland: 3 independents and 1 Independent Conservative.
  25. ^ Wigan: 8 independents, 1 Wigan Independent Conservative, 1 Community Action.
  26. ^ Adur: 2 Shoreham Beach Residents Association
  27. ^ Ashford: 5 Ashford Independents, 1 independent
  28. ^ Bolsover: 4 independents, 1 District Residents Group
  29. ^ Boston: 4 Boston Bypass Independents, 4 independents, 2 English Democrats.
  30. ^ Braintree: 1 Halstead Residents Association, 1 independent.
  31. ^ Bromsgrove: 2 Wythall Residents Association.
  32. ^ Castlepoint: 16 Canvey Island Independent Party.
  33. ^ Cheltenham: 3 People Against Bureaucracy.
  34. ^ Colchester: 3 The Highwoods Group.
  35. ^ Dartford: 4 Swanscombe & Greenhithe Residents Association
  36. ^ East Lindsey: 11 East Lindsey Independent Group, 2 Sutton-on-Sea First, 2 independents, 1 Lincolnshire Independent
  37. ^ East Lindsey: 8 Independent Alliance, 2 Independent Group, 3 non-aligned Independent
  38. ^ Elmbridge: 9 Moseley Residents Association, 5 Thames Ditton/Weston Green Residents Association, 2 Hinchley Wood Residents Association, 2 St Georges Hill Independents, 2 The Walton Society
  39. ^ Epping Forest: 10 Loughton Residents Association, 3 independents
  40. ^ Epsom & Ewell: 25 Residents Association
  41. ^ Forest of Dean: 9 independents, 2 Independent Alliance
  42. ^ Fylde: 17 independents, 3 Ratepayers, 2 non-aligned
  43. ^ Hart: 5 Community Campaign.
  44. ^ Lancaster: 8 Morecambe Bay Independents, 2 Free Independents, 2 independents, .
  45. ^ Mansfield: 10 Mansfield Independent Forum
  46. ^ Mid Sussex: 5 independents, 2 Suffolk Together.
  47. ^ Mid Sussex: 5 independents, 1 Leatherhead Independent Group.
  48. ^ North Devon: 4 New Wave Independent, 3 North Devon First, 4 independents
  49. ^ North Kesteven: 4 Sleaford Independent, 3 NK Independent, 2 Skellingthorpe Independent, 4 independents
  50. ^ Oxford: 1 Independent Working Class Association.
  51. ^ Preston: 1 Deepdale Independent.
  52. ^ Reigate & Banstead: 7 Residents Association, 2 independents
  53. ^ Rochford: 2 Rochford District Residents
  54. ^ Rossendale: 1 Community First
  55. ^ Runnymede: 6 Runnymede Independent Residents Group
  56. ^ Ryedale: 3 independents, 1 Ryedale Resident
  57. ^ Shepway: 2 People First Party
  58. ^ South Buckinghamshire: 1 Beaconsfield Independent Electors Association
  59. ^ South Oxfordshire: 5 independents, 2 Henley Residents Group
  60. ^ Staffordshire Moorlands: 11 independents, 5 Moorlands Democratic Alliance, 3 Staffordshire Independent
  61. ^ Stratford-on-Avon: 2 independents, 1 Stratford First Independent
  62. ^ Suffolk Coastal: 1 independent, 1 Community Independent
  63. ^ Tendring:8 independents, 8 Tendring First.
  64. ^ Tewkesbury:1 independent, 2 Tewkesbury Independent.
  65. ^ Wealden: 4 Independent Democrats, 1 independent
  66. ^ Wyre Forest: 7 Independent Community and Health Concern, 4 independents
  67. ^ Blaenau Gwent: 1 former Blaenau Gwent People's Voice, 7 independents, 1 non-aligned.
  68. ^ Bridgend: 4 Independent Annibynwyr, 6 Independents.
  69. ^ Carmarthenshire: 22 Independents, 1 Independent Unaffiliated, 1 People First (Carmarthenshire).
  70. ^ Flintshire: 11 Independent Alliance, 6 Independents, 6 New Independents, 1 Non-Aligned.
  71. ^ Merthyr Tydfil: 7 independents, 1 Merthyr Independents.
  72. ^ Neath Port Talbot: 4 independents, 1 SDP.
  73. ^ Pembrokeshire: 31 independents, 13 unaffiliated.
  74. ^ Wrexham: 10 Democratic Independents, 10 Wrexham Independents.
  75. ^ Aberdeenshire: 9 independents, 5 Democratic Independent Group (which includes the two Greens.
  76. ^ Angus: 5 independents in the ruling "Angus Alliance", 2 other independents.
  77. ^ Argyll & Bute: 13 Alliance of Independent Councillors, 3 Argyll First, 1 Argyll Independent Councillor Group, 2 non-aligned
  78. ^ East Dunbartonshire: 2 East Dunbartonshire Independent Alliance
  79. ^ Fife: 2 Left Alliance, 1 UKIP, 3 independents
  80. ^ Highland:24 Independent Group, 6 Independent Members' Group, 4 Independent Alliance Group, 1 non-aligned
  81. ^ Inverclyde:1 Liberal, 2 independents
  82. ^ North Lanarkshire:1 Cumbernauld Independent Councillors Alliance, 4 independents
  83. ^ Scottish Borders: 5 independents, 2 Borders Party.
  84. ^ West Lothian: 1 independent, 3 Action to Save St John's Hospital.

Previous make-up[edit]

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