List of wards in Plymouth
The city and unitary authority of Plymouth has 20 electoral wards. Of which seven are Labour, nine are Conservative and the remaining four are mixed. Each ward has three member representatives except Drake, Plympton Chaddlewood and Plympton Erle, which have two. 27 members represent the Labour Party and 30 represent the Conservative Party making a combined total of 57 member representatives. The wards fall into one of three constituencies that make up Plymouth: Devonport, Sutton and South West Devon. The constituency of South West Devon extends beyond Plymouth with wards in Ivybridge outside of Plymouth unitary authority's boundaries. As of the 2010 General Election, there will be changes to the constituencies of which the wards fall under. The constituencies of Devonport and Sutton will merge to become Plymouth Sutton and Devonport, whilst a new constituency, Plymouth Moor View, will be formed to the north of the city. The wards of Budshead, Eggbuckland, Ham, Honicknowle, Moor View, St Budeaux and Southway will change from being in Devonport to the newly created Plymouth Moor View.
|Efford and Lipson||3||0||Labour||9,716||Sutton|
|Plympton Chaddlewood||0||2||Conservative||6,156||South West Devon|
|Plympton Erle||0||2||Conservative||6,989||South West Devon|
|Plympton St Mary||0||3||Conservative||9,740||South West Devon|
|Plymstock Dunstone||0||3||Conservative||9,973||South West Devon|
|Plymstock Radford||0||3||Conservative||9,335||South West Devon|
|St Peter and the Waterfront||3||0||Labour||9,715||Sutton|
|Sutton and Mount Gould||3||0||Labour||9,595||Sutton|
- "Final recommendations for Parliamentary Constituencies in the constituencies of Devon, Plymouth and Torbay". The UK Statistics Authority. p. 4. Archived from the original (DOC) on January 27, 2007. Retrieved 2008-07-20.