Nottingham City Council
|Nottingham City Council|
Jon Collins, Labour Party
52 / 55
3 / 55
|First past the post|
|7 May 2015|
|Nottingham Council House (for Full Council meetings), but its main headquarters are at Loxley House|
Nottingham City Council is the non-metropolitan district council for the unitary authority of Nottingham in Nottinghamshire. It consists of 55 councillors, representing a total of 20 wards, elected every four years. It is led by Jon Collins, of the majority Labour Party. The deputy leader of the council is Cllr Graham Chapman. The last elections were held on Thursday 7 May 2015.
County Council (until 1998)
|Dunkirk and Lenton||2|
|Radford and Park||3|
|Wollaton East and Lenton Abbey||2|
- "Your Councillors". nottinghamcity.gov.uk.
- Cllrs Emma Dewinton and Jeannie Packer left the Labour Party and became independent Councillors during this term, leaving Labour with 48 Councillors. Councillor Tim Spencer left the Conservative Party a few weeks before the 2015 elections, leaving the Conservative Party with 4 councillors.
- Cllr Mick Newton left the Labour Party and became an independent councillor in March 2011, leaving Labour with 41 councillors.
- In 2003, 6 weeks after the election 5 Lib Dems split from their party to form a group of Independents.
- Before the 2000 election, this had changed to 47 Labour, 3 Lib Dem, 5 Conservatives.
- Before the 1991 election, the Communist candidate became a Green candidate.