Redditch

LAB Hold
Party Seats Change +/-
Labour Seats 17 Seats +/- +2
Conservative Seats 9 Seats +/- -4
United Kingdom Independence Party Seats 2 Seats +/- +2
Independent Seats 1 Seats +/- 0

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

Latest updates Redditch Borough Council

05.05.2016

22:02

Polls shut in council and PCC elections

Polls close in Worcestershire after combined council and police and crime commissioner (PCC) elections.
07:00

Polls open in council and PCC elections

Polls open in Worcestershire for combined council and police and crime commissioner (PCC) elections.

05.08.2015

12:15

Empty council block sold to be flats

A former council office block that stood empty for more than four years in Redditch will be turned into flats.

15.06.2015

22:30

GP's say A&E plans 'weaken' hospital

Planned changes to A&E risk "fatally weakening" a Worcestershire hospital claims a body representing GPs.

11.05.2015

08:14

Conservatives make gains in Midlands

In a reflection of the national result, the Conservatives make gains in council elections in the Midlands.

08.05.2015

15:30

Redditch Borough Council

Alistair Binney
Reporter, BBC Hereford and Worcester
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The Redditch Borough Council election saw recounts as the Conservatives threatened Labour control with an increase of four seats.

Labour, though, retained control with 15 seats to the Tories' 13. UKIP keeps its single seat.

15:03

Redditch Borough Council

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Labour maintain overall control of Redditch Borough Council, despite the Conservatives gaining four seats.

It means Labour have 15 seats, the Conservatives 13 and UKIP one.

23.07.2014

09:17

New bid to save needle factory

Campaigners call for extra time to raise the money they need to save a Redditch needle factory.

30.05.2014

18:22

Police quiz expelled UKIP councillor

A councillor expelled from UKIP amid allegations over racist and homophobic Facebook comments is questioned by police.

28.05.2014

23:09

UKIP expels homophobic councillor

A councillor is expelled from UKIP amid allegations about racist and homophobic Facebook comments.
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