Local elections: the facts

elections 2014 (1)

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Lists of councils holding elections

32 London Boroughs have all their seats up for election

Barking and Dagenham
Barnet
Bexley
Brent
Bromley
Camden
 Croydon
 Ealing
 Enfield
 Greenwich
 Hackney
 Hammersmith and Fulham
 Haringey
 Harrow
 Havering
 Hillingdon
 Hounslow
 Islington
 Kensington and Chelsea
Kingston upon Thames
 Lambeth
 Lewisham
 Merton
 Newham
 Redbridge
 Richmond upon Thames
 Southwark
 Sutton
 Tower Hamlets
 Waltham Forest
 Wandsworth
 Westminster

One third of seats in all 36 Mets are up for election

Barnsley Birmingham Bolton Bradford
Bury Calderdale Coventry Doncaster
Dudley Gateshead Kirklees Knowsley
Leeds Liverpool Manchester Newcastle
North Tyneside Oldham Rochdale Rotherham
St Helens Salford Sandwell Sefton
Sheffield Solihull South Tyneside Stockport
Sunderland Tameside Trafford Walsall
Wakefield Wigan Wirral Wolverhampton

Nineteen unitaries are holding elections, 17 by thirds  Slough has and Milton Keynes are electing whole councils.

Blackburn w Darwen Bristol Derby
Halton Hartlepool Hull
Milton Keynes NE Lincolnshire Peterborough
Plymouth Portsmouth Reading
Slough Southampton Southend-on-Sea
Swindon Thurrock Warrington
Wokingham

65 district councils have one third of their seats up for election.

Amber Valley Basildon Basingstoke and Deane Bassetlaw
Brentwood Broxbourne Burnley Cambridge
Burnley Cambridge Cannock Chase Carlisle
Castle Point Cherwell Chorley Colchester
Craven Crawley Daventry Eastleigh
Elmbridge Epping Forest Exeter Gloucester
Great Yarmouth Harlow Harrogate Havant
Hertsmere Huntingdonshire Hyndburn Ipswich
Lincoln Maidstone Mole Valley Newcastle-under-Lyme
N Hertfordshire Norwich Pendle Preston
Purbeck Redditch Reigate and Banstead Rochford
Rossendale Rugby Runnymede Rushmore
St Albans South Cambridgeshire South Lakeland Stevenage
Stratford-on-Avon Stroud Tamworth Tandridge
Tunbridge Wells Watford Welwyn Hatfield W Lancashire
W Oxfordshire Weymouth and Portland Winchester Woking
Worcester Worthing Wyre Forest

Hart and Three Rivers have all their seats up for election.  Adur, Cheltenham, Fareham, Gosport, Hastings, Nuneaton and Bedworth, and Oxford have half their seats up for election.

    1. Ingrid Koehler says:

      Thanks, amended!

    2. martin petchey says:

      In Milton Keynes all the seats are being contested, not half.

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