Rushmoor

CON Hold
Party Seats Change +/-
Conservative Seats 24 Seats +/- -1
Labour Seats 12 Seats +/- +1
United Kingdom Independence Party Seats 3 Seats +/- 0

Council background

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

Latest updates Rushmoor Borough Council

17.05.2016

10:37

Council restructure plan criticised

A group of council leaders hoping to create a combined authority for south Hampshire say an alternative plan for a county-wide council is "unwieldy".

08.05.2016

08:22

Conservatives hold council majority

The Conservatives hold on to their majority on Winchester City Council.

06.05.2016

02:30
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Conservatives hold firm in Rushmoor

There's no change at Rushmoor Borough Council where the Conservatives remain in overall control.

In the end, no seats changed hands with the Tories staying the biggest party with 26 of the 39 seats.

05.05.2016

22:00

Polling stations shut across Hampshire

Polling stations close after voting takes place in council and police commissioner elections across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
07:07

Polling stations open across Hampshire

Voting begins in police and crime commissioner (PCC) and local council elections in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

06.08.2015

11:16

Borough freedom for Gurkha regiment

Gurkha soldiers from the Queen's Own Gurkha Logistic Regiment have been awarded the Freedom of the borough of Rushmoor.

09.05.2015

15:31

Tories dominate South local results

The Conservatives have dominated in the local, district and borough council elections in the South, taking Winchester and Basingstoke and Dean.

08.05.2015

12:55

Conservatives boost majority

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The Conservatives have retained control of Rushmoor Borough Council, increasing their majority by two seats.

23.05.2014

21:01

Hancock loses council seat to UKIP

Portsmouth South MP Mike Hancock, who is accused of sexual misconduct towards a female constituent, loses his seat on the city council to UKIP.
09:44

Election results

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