Council results: unitary authorities

Constituency Council Status Seats Gained/Lost New Council
Bath & North East Somerset NOC no change LD: 3
Con: -3
Ind: 2
Con: 29
LD: 29
Lab: 5
Blackburn with Darwen gain from NOC Ind: -1
LD: -2
Con: -2
Lab: 5
Con: 17
Lab: 37
Ind: 4
LD: 6
Bracknell Forest no change Lab: -1
Con: 1
Lab: 2
Con: 40
Brighton & Hove NOC no change Ind: -1
LD: -1
Con: -8
Green: 10
Lab: 13
Con: 18
Green: 23
Bristol lose to NOC Green: 1
LD: -5
Lab: 4
Con: 14
Green: 2
Lab: 21
LD: 33
Darlington no change LD: -1
Con: -4
Lab: 5
Con: 14
Lab: 34
LD: 5
Derby NOC no change LD: -3
Con: -2
Lab: 5
Ind: 1
LD: 12
Con: 16
Lab: 22
East Riding of Yorkshire no change LD: -10
Ind: -1
Lab: 3
Con: 8
LD: 3
Ind: 5
Con: 53
Lab: 6
Halton no change Ind: -2
LD: -3
Con: -2
Lab: 7
Con: 3
Ind: 3
Lab: 44
LD: 6
Hartlepool no change LD: -3
Ind: -2
Lab: 5
Ind: 12
LD: 2
Lab: 29
Con: 4
Herefordshire no change Lab: -1
LD: -6
Ind: 9
Con: -2
Green: 1
Lab: 1
Ind: 23
LD: 3
Con: 30
Kingston-upon-Hull Ind: -1
LD: -10
Lab: 11
Ind: 1
Con: 2
LD: 22
Lab: 34
Luton no change Con: -2
LD: -9
Lab: 11
Lab: 36
Con: 4
LD: 8
Medway no change Ind: -3
LD: -4
Lab: 5
Con: 2
Lab: 15
Ind: 2
LD: 3
Con: 35
Middlesbrough no change Con: -2
Ind: -1
Lab: 3
Green: 1
LD: 1
Ind: 12
Lab: 30
Con: 4
Milton Keynes NOC no change LD: -4
Con: 4
LD: 18
Con: 21
Ind: 3
Lab: 9
North East Lincolnshire NOC no change Ind: -1
LD: -5
Con: -1
Lab: 7
Con: 14
Lab: 19
LD: 9
North Lincolnshire Ind: -3
Lab: -2
Con: 5
Lab: 20
Con: 23
North Somerset no change Lab: 2
LD: 1
Ind: 1
Con: -4
Green: 1
Con: 42
Lab: 5
LD: 6
Ind: 7
Nottingham no change LD: -6
Con: -2
Lab: 8
Con: 5
Lab: 50
Peterborough no change Eng Dem: -1
Lab: 3
Con: -2
Eng Dem: 1
LD: 3
Lib: 3
Con: 38
Ind: 6
Lab: 6
Plymouth no change Ind: -1
Con: -4
Lab: 5
Lab: 25
Con: 32
Poole lose to NOC LD: 1
Con: -1
LD: 18
Con: 21
Ind: 3
Portsmouth no change Con: 1
LD: -1
Con: 17
Lab: 2
LD: 23
Reading NOC no change LD: -3
Green: 1
Con: -1
Lab: 3
Ind: 1
Con: 16
Green: 2
Lab: 22
LD: 5
Redcar & Cleveland gain from NOC Ind: -2
Con: -5
Lab: 7
LD: 16
Lab: 32
Ind: 5
Con: 6
South Gloucestershire NOC no change Lab: 6
LD: -7
Con: 1
Lab: 15
LD: 21
Con: 34
Southampton no change LD: -2
Con: -2
Lab: 4
Lab: 19
Con: 26
LD: 3
Southend-on-Sea no change LD: -2
Ind: 2
LD: 10
Con: 28
Lab: 4
Ind: 9
Stockton-on-Tees NOC no change LD: -1
Con: -1
Ind: -3
Lab: 5
Con: 12
Ind: 13
Lab: 27
LD: 4
Stoke-on-Trent gain from NOC LD: -4
BNP: -5
Con: -6
Ind: -8
Lab: -7
Con: 2
Lab: 34
Ind: 8
Swindon no change Lab: 2
Con: -2
Lab: 17
Con: 38
LD: 4
Telford & Wrekin gain from NOC Ind: -6
Con: -10
Lab: 16
Ind: 1
Con: 17
LD: 3
Lab: 33
Thurrock NOC no change Ind: -3
Con: 1
Lab: 2
Con: 22
Lab: 24
Ind: 3
Warrington gain from NOC LD: -6
Lab: 6
LD: 17
Lab: 34
Con: 6
Windsor & Maidenhead Royal no change LD: -14
Con: 14
LD: 1
R: 1
Ind: 4
Con: 51
Wokingham no change LD: -2
Con: 2
Con: 45
LD: 9


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