Local Authority Byelection Results - September 2018

6/9/2018

Carlisle City, Denton Holme

Lab 647 (62.5%;+1.4%), Con 254 (24.5%;-3.4%), Grn 78 (7.5%;-3.5%), UKIP 57 (5.5%;+5.5%)
Lab hold. Percentage changes from 2018.


Cumbria CC, Denton Holme

Lab 625 (59.1%;-0.9%), Con 292 (27.6%;+0.6%), Grn 94 (8.9%;+1.9%), UKIP 46 (4.4%;-1.6%)
Lab hold. Percentage changes from 2017.


Fife Council (UA), Inverkeithing & Dalgety Bay

Con 2309 (37.3%;-5.8%), SNP 1741 (28.1%;+9.5%), Lab 744 (12.0%;-7.8%), Lib Dem 566 (9.1%;+3.3%), Ind (Collins) 521 (8.4%;+8.4%), Grn 257 (4.2%;0.0%), Ind (Mackintyre) 40 (0.6%;+0.6%), SLP 13 (0.2%;+0.2%), [Ind (Cannon-Todd) 0 (0.0%;-8.5%)]
Conservative gain icon Con gain from Lab. Percentage changes from 2017 using first preference rule. Turnout 43.1%.


Tameside MBC, Ashton Waterloo

Lab 889 (52.5%;-5.0%), Grn 448 (26.4%;+12.7%), Con 357 (21.1%;-7.8%)
Lab hold. Percentage changes from 2017. Turnout 19.5%.


13/9/2018

Cambridge City, Petersfield

Lab 873 (47.9;-10.6), Lib Dem 663 (36.4;+16.2), Green 171 (9.4;-3.1), Con 115 (6.3 -2.5)
Lab hold. Percentage changes from 2018.


Charnwood BC, Birstall Wanlip

Con 492 (47.1;+8.1), Lab 340 (32.5;+6.1), Lib Dem 128 (12.3;-22.3), UKIP 50 (4.8;+4.8), Green 34 (3.3;+3.3)
Con hold. Percentage changes from 2015.


Lambeth LBC, Coldharbour

Lab 1739 (60.6;+4.7), Green 912 (31.8;+13.5), Lib Dem 149 (5.2;+0.8), WEP 47 (1.6;+1.6), UKIP 21 (0.7;+0.7), [Ind 0 (0.0;-15.9)], [Con 0 (0.0;-5.5)]
Lab hold. Percentage changes from 2018.


Maidstone BC, Headcorn

Con 686 (57.5;-17.5), Lib Dem 409 (34.1;+19.7), Lab 63 (5.3;-5.5), Green 40 (3.3;-+3.3)
Con hold. Percentage changes from 2018.


New Forest DC, Pennington

Con 497 (42.0;-10.1), Lib Dem 445 (37.6;+8.8), Lab 144 (12.2;-6.9), Ind 97 (8.2;+8.2)
Con hold. Percentage changes from 2015.


Pembrokeshire Council (UA), Pembroke St Mary North

Ind (Harvey) 187 (32.5%;-5.9), Ind (Bush) 79 (13.7%;+13.7), Ind (Nutting) 77 (13.4%;+13.4), Lab 61 (10.6%;-11.6), Ind (Boucher) 59 (10.2%;+10.2), Con 45 (7.8%;-31.6), Ind (Edwards) 42 (7.3%;+7.3), Ind (Williams) 26 (4.5%;+4.5)
Independent & Other gain icon Ind gain from Con.


20/9/2018

East Devon DC, Ottery St Mary Rural

Ind 715 (58.1%;+58.1%), Con 421 (34.2%;-11.2%), Lib Dem 51 (4.1%;+4.1%), Green 24 (1.9%;+1.9%), Lab 20 (1.6%;+1.6%), (Ind East Devon Alliance (0.0%;-54.6%))
Ind hold. Turnout 34.7%. Percentage changes from 2015.


Epsom & Ewell BC, Nonsuch

Resident Association 766 (68.0%;+9.1%), Con 227 (20.2%;-5.5%), Lib Dem 92 (8.2%;-0.1%), Lab 41 (3.6%;-3.4%)
Resident Association hold. Turnout 24.9%. Percentage changes from 2015.


Luton BC (UA), Limbury

Lab 692 (48.3%;-12.0%), Con 396 (27.7%;-12.0%), Lib Dem 344 (24.0%;+24.0%)
Lab hold. Percentage changes from 2015.


Wenhaston & Westleton, Suffolk Coastal DC

Con 431 (50.6%;-2.6%), Lib Dem 340 (40.0%;+16.3%), Grn 80 (9.4%;+9.4%), [Lab 0 (0.0%;-23.1%)]
Con hold. Turnout 35.9%. Percentage changes from 2015.


Winchester City, Upper Meon Valley

Con 1039 (51.6;-18.0%), Lib Dem 905 (44.9%;+24.1%), Lab 39 (1.9%;-7.6%), Grn 31 (1.5%;+1.5%)
Con hold. Percentage changes from 2018.


Wyre Forest DC, Bewdley and Rock

Con 734 (51.8%;+6.2%), Lab 489 (34.5%;+9.3%), Lib Dem 109 (7.7%;+3.8%), Grn 85 (6.0%;+2.1%), [Ind 0 (0.0%;-21.3%)]
Con hold. Turnout 20.7%. Percentage changes from 2018.


27/9/2018

Lichfield DC, Stowe

Con 499 (44.1%;-9.8%), Lab 440 (38.9%;+11.9%), Lib Dem 193 (17.0%;+17.0%), [Green 0 (0.0%;-19.1%)]
Con hold. Turnout 23.4%. Percentage changes from 2015.


Nottingham City (UA), Clifton North

Con 1311 (47.7%;+11.9%), Lab 928 (33.8%;-4.4%), Ind 307 (11.2%;+11.2%), Lib Dem 92 (3.3%;+3.3%), Green 64 (2.3%;+2.3%), Bus Pass Elvis 46 (1.7%;+1.7%), [UKIP 0 (0.0%;-21.5%)], [Ind 0 (0.0%;-4.4%)]
Conservative gain icon Con gain from Lab. Turnout 27%. Percentage changes from 2015.


Salford City, Eccles

Lab 1071 (54.6%;-5.8%), Con 474 (24.1%;+2.1%), Lib Dem 156 (7.9%;+2.1%), Green 123 (6.3%;-0.1%), UKIP 100 (5.1%;+0.5%), WEP 39 (2.0%;+2.0%), [Ind 0 (0.0%;-0.8%)
Lab hold. Turnout 20.9%. Percentage changes from 2015.


Information courtesy of the Association of Liberal Democrat Councillors.

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