Stevenage Borough Council elections 2014: Results at a glance

PUBLISHED: 10:01 23 May 2014 | UPDATED: 10:08 23 May 2014

Conservatives have held their control of North Herts District Council

Conservatives have held their control of North Herts District Council


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.

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