South Cambridgeshire

CON Hold
Party Seats Change +/-
Conservative Seats 35 Seats +/- +1
Liberal Democrat Seats 13 Seats +/- -3
Independent Seats 8 Seats +/- +2
Labour Seats 1 Seats +/- 0

Council background

Type
District Council
Seats up
19 seats up for election - Third
Boundary change
No

Latest updates South Cambridgeshire District Council

06.05.2016

17:38

Tories take Peterborough City Council

Conservatives take control of Peterborough City Council which had been without any one party in overall control.

05.05.2016

07:00

Polls open in council and PCC elections

Voting begins in elections being held in Cambridgeshire.

08.05.2015

16:57
Breaking

Tories hold council

The Conservatives consolidate their hold on South Cambridgeshire - with a gain of three wards to bring them up to 38.

The Liberal Democrats lost two wards, so they're down to 11, while the Independent group are down from eight to six wards. Labour held its one and only ward. The final ward is held by another Independent.

11.04.2015

15:10

Tudor tithe barn appeal launched

A group trying to save an early Tudor tithe barn from redevelopment launches a £250,000 appeal.

23.10.2014

11:46

Dead voter gaffe was 'human error'

"Human error" results in ballot papers being sent to dead council house tenants, admits a Cambridgeshire council.

30.09.2014

20:48

Eleven 'Right to Build' areas chosen

The first councils to offer help to people wanting to build their own home through the Government's 'Right to Build' scheme are announced.

05.06.2014

12:32

Appeal planned for failed WW1 centre

An appeal is to be lodged after a £2m National Centre for the Great War is refused planning permission in Cambridgeshire.

04.06.2014

15:11

Football stadium backed by planners

A new football stadium for Cambridge City is given the green light by council planners.

23.05.2014

16:23

Labour takes control; Tories lose it

The Conservatives lose control of a Cambridgeshire council while Labour takes control of another for the first time in 18 years.

10.05.2014

08:45

Homes set for decontaminated site

A developer is set to submit plans for up to 380 homes on the site of a former agrochemical factory in Cambridgeshire.
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