Stevenage Borough Council elections 2014: Results at a glance
PUBLISHED: 10:01 23 May 2014 | UPDATED: 10:08 23 May 2014
Labour increased their control of Stevenage Borough Council, gaining seats in last night’s elections.
The party gained three Stevenage seats – two off the Conservatives and one off former Tory Marilyn Yarnold-Forrester who had defected to UKIP, holding a further eight wards.
Labour did lose their Manor seat to the Liberal Democrats – the party’s only gain of the night.
The Conservatives held one seat in the Woodfield ward.
Overall turnout was 37% – up from last year’s 30%.
For individual results and turnout figures for the 13 wards, click on the related stories on the right of the page.