Stratford-on-Avon

CON Hold
Party Seats Change +/-
Conservative Seats 35 Seats +/- +5
Liberal Democrat Seats 12 Seats +/- -4
Independent Seats 4 Seats +/- -1
Labour Seats 1 Seats +/- 0
Vacant Seats 1 Seats +/- 0

Council background

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

Latest updates Stratford-on-Avon District Council

05.05.2016

07:01

Polling stations open for elections

Voting takes place in council and police and crime commissioner elections across Coventry and Warwickshire, after polling stations opened.

04.10.2015

14:34

Shakespeare land to be sold for houses

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust votes to sell a small parcel of land near Anne Hathaway's cottage in Shottery to a housing developer.

08.05.2015

15:50

Parties retain control

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18.12.2014

21:31

Councils want team up to save £27m

Three authorities want to join forces to save £27m over 10 years.

23.05.2014

18:28

No UKIP gains

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Coventry and Warwickshire was one of the few areas of the country where UKIP failed to make gains, according to BBC radio.

Contests were fought in Coventry, Stratford-upon-Avon, Nuneaton and Bedworth and Rugby.

16:28

Labour holds Coventry City Council

Labour retains overall control of Coventry City Council as the Conservatives hold Stratford-on-Avon.
02:25

Turnout for Stratford

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BBC Coventry and Warwickshire reports the turnout for Stratford-on-Avon District Council was 40.5%.

In 2010 it was 73.85%, but that was also a General Election.

The first result of the night sees Gillian Roache hold Vale of the Red Horse for Conservatives.

00:04

Boxes have arrived

Alec Blackman
Reporter, BBC Coventry and Warwickshire
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It looks like all the ballot boxes have now arrived for the Stratford District Council count.

A declaration at 03:00 BST is predicted.

22.05.2014

22:00

Council and European polls close

Polls close across Coventry and Warwickshire for local authority and European elections

26.03.2014

15:41

Alas poor Warwick: Who sheds a tier?

Should councils get rid of the two-tier system to cut the cost of local services?
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