Harrogate Borough Council

There has been a boundary change in Harrogate and there are 14 fewer seats than before.

To work out change, our experts have analysed previous results to say what the seats would have been in other elections.

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Election 2018 Results

Party Elected in 2018 Total councillors Change


Elected in 2018 31 Total councillors 31 Change+5

PartyLiberal Democrat

Elected in 2018 7 Total councillors 7 Change-5


Elected in 2018 2 Total councillors 2 ChangeNo results
Councillors change compared with 2016

Most Recent

  1. Lockdown breach pub could open again

    A Harrogate pub stripped of its licence for breaking lockdown rules could reopen under the control of a new landlord.

    Coach and Horses

    The Coach and Horses, on West Park, had its licence revoked in July after setting up tables and chairs for customers buying takeaway drinks when lockdown restrictions were much tighter.

    Samantha Nelson, the daughter of the previous landlord John Nelson, has now applied to take over the pub that has been in the family for over 30 years, said the Local Democracy Reporting Service.

    Her application will be heard by Harrogate Borough Council on October 29.

  2. Ripon housing application sunk by sinkholes

    Local Democracy Reporting Service

    Plans to build a block of council homes in Ripon, one of the UK's most sinkhole-prone cities, have been abandoned due to the geological risk.

    Sinkholes in Ripon

    Harrogate council said 17 proposed units at Allhallowgate could not progress.

    The decision followed problems with ground stability at the site, it added.

    Ripon sits above a layer of gypsum - a water-soluble rock which leads to the formation of large underground caves which can collapse.

    A major sinkhole saw 12 properties in the city evacuated after a deep hole appeared in 2016.

    Last year,a supermarket was closed when a hole opened up at the back of the store.