North Herts District Council elections 2014: Results at a glance

Conservatives have held their control of North Herts District Council

Conservatives have held their control of North Herts District Council - Credit: Archant

The Conservatives have kept their control of North Herts District Council, gaining one and losing one seat in yesterday’s elections.

Following the count this afternoon (Friday), the party took Hitchin Highbury from the Liberal Democrats but lost the Letchworth Grange ward to Labour.

Labour’s other gain was in Hitchin Bearton, where Liberal Democrat councillor Lisa Courts was defeated.

The Conservative party held eight seats, with Labour retaining three.

For individual results and turnout figures for the 14 wards, click on the related stories on the right of the page.


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