|Conservative||Seats 19||Seats +/- +2|
|Liberal Democrat||Seats 14||Seats +/- -3|
|Independent||Seats 7||Seats +/- 0|
|United Kingdom Independence Party||Seats 1||Seats +/- +1|
- District Council
- Seats up
- 14 seats up for election - Third
- Boundary change
Latest updates Mole Valley District Council
Tories make gains - but not enoughstandard
Mole Valley Council in Surrey has stayed with no party in overall control.
The Conservatives remain the largest party and gained seats from the Lib Dems - but not enough to form a majority.
The Lib Dems lost three councillors - two to the Tories, and one to UKIP.
The Conservatives now have 19 councillors, the Lib Dems 14, Independents seven, and one UKIP.
Mole Valley count finishedtweet
Mole Valley District Council tweets: The count has now been completed for the #molevalley #district elections. Full results will appear here ASAP
Counting under way in Mole Valleytweet
Mole Valley District Council tweets: "The count for the #district elections on #molevalley have now begun"
Counting in Moletweet
Mole Valley District Council tweets: Verification of #european and #district election votes began at 9.30am - process well underway in #molevalley
'Low voter turnout'standard
BBC Surrey's political reporter Jack Fiehn says he has seen "a lack of interest" in local political campaigns, with between 37% and 40% of voters in the county turning out for the polls.
But he adds: "It will be a much more different story next year I think at the general election. I think people will be much more engaged."