Peterborough City Council remains in no overall control

Peterborough City Council remains in no overall control following local elections on Thursday 7 May 2015.

The Conservative Party lost one seat to give them a total of 26 seats,  Labour gained one seat to increase their number of seats to 12 and UKIP also increased their number of seats on the council from three to four. The number of independent councillors fell from eight to seven.

The council now consists of: 26 Conservatives, 12 Labour, 7 Independents, 4 Liberal Democrats, 4 UKIP and 3 Liberals. There is a vacant seat in West ward following the resignation of Councillor Nick Arculus. A by-election will be held at a later date to ensure the total number of 57 councillors represent the local authority area.

Labour, UKIP and Conservative parties all have new members. They are Jonas Yonga (Labour), John Whitby (UKIP), Andy Coles (Conservative), Ray Bisby (Conservative), Kim Aitken (Conservative) and Pedro Faustino (Conservative). 

There were 20 results across 19 wards, with two seats declared in Stanground Central ward following the resignation of Councillor Irene Walsh.

A detailed list of results can be found on our website

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