Mole Valley

NOC No Change
Party Seats Change +/-
Conservative Seats 19 Seats +/- +2
Liberal Democrat Seats 14 Seats +/- -3
Independent Seats 7 Seats +/- 0
United Kingdom Independence Party Seats 1 Seats +/- +1

Council background

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

Latest updates Mole Valley District Council

25.11.2014

14:59

Housing in green belt ruled out

Two Surrey councils rule out building homes on green belt land after the government said priority must be given to brownfield sites.

04.08.2014

22:31

Royal attendance at WW1 ceremony

The Earl and Countess of Wessex attend a service of commemoration to mark the 100th anniversary of Britain's entry into World War One.

01.07.2014

15:07

Cycle race 'sabotaged' by pin attack

Cyclists say a road race was "sabotaged" by drawing pins being dropped on the course.

29.05.2014

15:12

Runway 'would ruin ancient woodland'

A proposed second runway at Gatwick Airport would destroy ancient woodland, campaigners say.

24.05.2014

01:17

UKIP 'fails dismally' in election

UKIP "fails dismally" in the local election in Tandridge, say the Lib Dems, as most Surrey councils stay under Conservative control.

23.05.2014

17:13

Tories make gains - but not enough

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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.

15:37

Mole Valley count finished

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Mole Valley District Council tweets: The count has now been completed for the #molevalley #district elections. Full results will appear here ASAP

13:33

Counting under way in Mole Valley

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Mole Valley District Council tweets: "The count for the #district elections on #molevalley have now begun"

11:16

Counting in Mole

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Mole Valley District Council tweets: Verification of #european and #district election votes began at 9.30am - process well underway in #molevalley

09:21

'Low voter turnout'

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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."

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