Trailer - Local Elections May 2019

Elections will be held on Thursday 2th May 2019 in 272 English Local Authorities.

Links on authority names are to LGBCE Final Reports on boundary changes. ECO = link to Electoral Change Order.
* = complete re-warding; + = minor boundary changes. (M) - simultaneous Mayoral election. (F) change to full council elections.

34 Metropolitan Boroughs - one-third of councillors in each
Barnsley
Bolton
Bradford
Bury
Calderdale
Coventry
Dudley
Gateshead
Kirklees
Knowsley
Leeds
Liverpool
Manchester
Newcastle upon Tyne
North Tyneside
Oldham
Rochdale
Rotherham *
St Helens
Salford
Sandwell
Sefton
Sheffield
Solihull
South Tyneside
Stockport
Sunderland
Tameside
Trafford
Wakefield
Walsall
Wigan
Wirral
Wolverhampton
30 Unitary authorities - all councillors
(M) - simultaneous Mayoral election
Bath & N.E. Somerset *
Bedford (M)
Blackpool
Bournemouth
Bracknell Forest
Brighton & Hove
Central Bedfordshire
Cheshire East
Cheshire West & Chester *
Darlington
East Riding of Yorkshire
Herefordshire
Leicester (M)
Luton
Medway
Middlesbrough (M)
North Lincolnshire
North Somerset
Nottingham *
Poole
Redcar & Cleveland *
Rutland * +
South Gloucestershire *
Stockton-on-Tees
Stoke-on-Trent
Telford & Wrekin
Torbay (M) *
West Berkshire
Windsor & Maidenhead *
York
18 Unitary authorities - one-third of councillors in each
Blackburn with Darwen
Bristol
Derby
Halton
Hartlepool
Hull
Milton Keynes
North East Lincolnshire
Peterborough
Plymouth
Portsmouth
Reading
Slough
Southampton
Southend-on-Sea
Swindon
Thurrock
Wokingham
133╣ Second-tier districts - all councillors
(M) - simultaneous Mayoral election
Allerdale * (ECO)
Arun
Ashfield
Ashford * (ECO)
Aylesbury Vale
Babergh *
Barrow-in-Furness
Bassetlaw
Blaby
Bolsover *
Boston
Braintree
Breckland
Broadland
Bromsgrove
Broxtowe
Canterbury
Charnwood
Chelmsford
Chesterfield
Chichester * (ECO)
Chiltern
Christchurch
Copeland (M)
Corby
Cotswold
Dacorum
Dartford *
Derbyshire Dales
Dover
East Cambridgeshire * (ECO)
East Devon *
East Dorset
East Hampshire *
East Herts
East Lindsey
East Northamptonshire
East Staffordshire
Eastbourne * (ECO)
Eden
Epsom & Ewell
Erewash
Fenland
Forest Heath╣
Forest of Dean *
Fylde
Gedling
Gravesham
Guildford
Hambleton
Harborough *
Hertsmere *
High Peak
Hinckley & Bosworth
Horsham * (ECO)
Kettering
King's Lynn & W. Norfolk *
Lancaster
Lewes * (ECO)
Lichfield
Maldon
Malvern Hills
Mansfield (M)
Melton
Mendip
Mid Devon
Mid Suffolk *
Mid Sussex
New Forest
Newark & Sherwood +
North Devon *
North Dorset
North East Derbyshire *
North Kesteven
North Norfolk *
North Warwickshire
North West Leicestershire
Northampton
Oadby & Wigston
Preston *
Purbeck
Ribble Valley *
Richmondshire *
Rother * (ECO)
Rushcliffe
Ryedale
St Edmundsbury╣ +
Scarborough *
Sedgemoor
Selby
Sevenoaks +
Shepway
South Bucks
South Derbyshire
South Hams
South Holland
South Kesteven
South Norfolk * (ECO)
South Northamptonshire
South Oxfordshire +
South Ribble
South Somerset *
South Staffordshire
Spelthorne
Stafford
Staffordshire Moorlands
Stratford-on-Avon
Suffolk Coastal
Surrey Heath *
Swale
Taunton Deane *
Teignbridge * (ECO)
Tendring *
Test Valley *
Tewkesbury *
Thanet
Tonbridge & Malling
Torridge * (ECO)
Uttlesford
Vale of White Horse +
Warwick
Waveney
Waverley
Wealden * (ECO)
Wellingborough
West Devon
West Dorset
West Lindsey
West Somerset
Wychavon
Wycombe
Wyre
Wyre Forest (F)
Forest Heath & St Edmundsbury have announced plans to merge. Report.
57 Second-tier districts - one-third of councillors in each
(M) - simultaneous Mayoral election
Amber Valley
Basildon
Basingstoke & Deane
Brentwood
Broxbourne
Burnley
Cambridge
Cannock Chase
Carlisle
Castle Point
Cherwell
Chorley
Colchester
Craven
Crawley
Daventry
Eastleigh
Elmbridge
Epping Forest
Exeter
Great Yarmouth
Harlow
Harrogate
Hart
Havant
Huntingdonshire
Hyndburn
Ipswich
Lincoln
Maidstone
Mole Valley
North Hertfordshire
Norwich
Pendle
Redditch
Reigate & Banstead
Rochford
Rossendale
Rugby
Runnymede
Rushmoor
St Albans
South Lakeland
Stevenage
Tamworth
Tandridge
Three Rivers
Tunbridge Wells
Watford
Welwyn Hatfield
West Lancashire
West Oxfordshire
Weymouth & Portland
Winchester
Woking
Worcester
Worthing
May 2015 First draft.
May 2015. Removed Stroud (changed to all-up 2016).
Oct 2015. Changes expected in East Cambridgeshire, Eastbourne, Lewes, Rother & Wealden.
Jan 2016. Remove Birmingham, Doncaster. Move Stratford-on-Avon to all-up.
Feb 2016. Changes expected in Chichester. Deleted Gloucester & Warrington (changed to all-up 2016). Wyre Forest changing to all-up.
Mar 2016. Deleted Newcastle-under-Lyme (changed to all-up 2018).
May 2016. Changes expected in Teignbridge & Torridge
Jul 2016. Changes expected in Surrey Heath, Taunton Deane, Ashford, North Norfolk & South Norfolk
Sep 2016. Final Recommendations for East Cambridgeshire. Minor changes ECOs for Newark and Sherwood, Rutland & Sevenoaks.
Jan 2017. Final Recommendations for Eastbourne, Lewes, Rother & Wealden. Changes expected in Allerdale, Bolsover, Chichester, East Devon, Harborough, Hertsmere, Horsham, North East Derbyshire, Tendring & Tewkesbury. ECOs for East Cambridgeshire, Eastbourne, Lewes, Rother & Wealden.
Feb 2017. Final Recommendations for Teignbridge & Torridge. Minor changes in St Edmundsbury, South Oxfordshire, Vale of White Horse.
Mar 2017. Final Recommendations for South Norfolk.
Apr 2017. Final Recommendations for North Norfolk. Changes expected in Cheshire West & Chester, Forest of Dean, Preston and South Gloucestershire. ECO for Chichester.
May 2017. Remove South Cambridgeshire, changed to all-up 2018.
Jul 2017. Final Recommendations for Allerdale, Ashford, East Devon, Harborough, Horsham and Tendring. Changes expected in Babergh, East Hampshire, King's Lynn & West Norfolk, Mid Suffolk, Nottingham, Richmondshire, Scarborough and Torbay.
Sep 2017. Final Recommendations for Bolsover, North East Derbyshire, Ribble Valley and Surrey Heath. Changes expected in Bath & NE Somerset, Dartford, North Devon, Redcar & Cleveland, Rutland, South Somerset and Windsor & Maidenhead.
Nov 2017. Final Recommendations for Rotherham, Test Valley and Tewkesbury. ECOs for Allerdale, Ashford, Horsham, South Norfolk, Teignbridge and Torridge.

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