Trailer - Local Elections May 2020

Elections will be held on Thursday 7th May 2020 in 126 English Local Authorities (subject to changes caused by reorganisation). There will also be elections for Mayors of 4 Combined Authorities.
* = complete re-warding.

34 Metropolitan Boroughs - one-third of councillors in each
Barnsley
Bolton
Bradford
Bury
Calderdale
Coventry
Dudley
Gateshead
Kirklees
Knowsley
Leeds
Liverpool (M)
Manchester
Newcastle upon Tyne
North Tyneside
Oldham
Rochdale
Rotherham (all-up) * (ECO)
St Helens
Salford (M) (all-up) *
Sandwell
Sefton
Sheffield
Solihull
South Tyneside
Stockport
Sunderland
Tameside
Trafford
Wakefield
Walsall
Wigan
Wirral
Wolverhampton
19 Unitary authorities - one-third of councillors except where indicated
Blackburn with Darwen
Bristol (all-up) (M)
Derby
Halton (all-up) *
Hartlepool *
Hull
Milton Keynes
North East Lincolnshire
Peterborough
Plymouth
Portsmouth
Reading
Slough
Southampton
Southend-on-Sea
Swindon
Thurrock
Warrington (all-up)
Wokingham
10 Second-tier districts - all-up.
This is a temporary allocation for districts in Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire which are expected to be merged into unitary authorities before these elections take place.
Aylesbury Vale
Chiltern
Corby
East Northamptonshire
Kettering
Northampton
South Bucks
South Northamptonshire
Wellingborough
Wycombe
63 Second-tier districts - one-third of councillors unless marked.
Adur (one-half)
Amber Valley
Basildon
Basingstoke & Deane
Brentwood
Broxbourne
Burnley
Cambridge (all-up) *
Cannock Chase
Carlisle
Castle Point
Cheltenham (one-half)
Cherwell
Chorley (all-up) *
Colchester
Craven
Crawley
Daventry╣
Eastleigh
Elmbridge
Epping Forest
Exeter
Fareham (one-half)
Gloucester (all-up)
Gosport (one-half)
Harlow
Hart
Hastings (one-half)
Havant
Hyndburn
Ipswich
Lincoln
Maidstone
Mole Valley
North Hertfordshire
Norwich
Nuneaton & Bedworth (one-half)
Oxford (all-up) *
Pendle
Preston
Redditch
Reigate & Banstead
Rochford
Rossendale
Rugby
Runnymede
Rushmoor
St Albans
South Lakeland
Stevenage
Stroud (all-up)
Tamworth
Tandridge
Three Rivers
Tunbridge Wells
Watford
Welwyn Hatfield
West Lancashire
West Oxfordshire
Winchester
Woking
Worcester
Worthing
╣Daventry is likely to have been incorporated in a Unitary Authority by this date. If this doesn't happen, two-thirds of seats will be contested.
Mayors of Combined Authorities

Greater Manchester C.A. — Bolton, Bury, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, and Wigan


Liverpool City Region — Halton, Knowsley, Liverpool, St Helens, Sefton and Wirral


Tees Valley C.A. — Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland and Stockton-on-Tees


West Midlands C.A. — Birmingham, Coventry, Dudley, Sandwell, Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton

7 May 2016. First draft.
Feb 2017. Added Mayors of Combined Authorities.
Mar 2017. Corrections: include Rotherham (changes); remove Birmingham.
May 2017. Remove South Cambridgeshire, changed to all-up 2018.
Dec 2017. Remove Huntingdonshire and Newcastle-under-Lyme, changed to all-up 2018.
Jan 2018. Boundary changes expected in Oxford. Remove Harrogate, changed to all-up 2018.
Mar 2018. Flag up probable Dorset reorganisation. ECO for Rotherham.
Apr 2018. Remove Wyre Forest, all-up 2019.
10 May 2018. Remove Great Yarmouth, changing to all-up elections from 2019.
28 May 2018. Removed Weymouth & Portland, replaced by Dorset unitary
29 May 2018. Boundary changes expected in Cambridge and Hartlepool.
26 Jun 2018. Boundary changes expected in Chorley, Halton & Salford.
20 Dec 2018. Flag likely reorganisation in Northamptonshire (affecting Daventry).
6 Feb 2019. Final recommendations for Cambridge, Hartlepool and Oxford.

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