Broxbourne Borough Council

A third of the seats in Broxbourne were up for election this year. Find out more about these elections.

Election 2018 Results

Party Elected in 2018 Total councillors Change


Elected in 2018 9 Total councillors 28 Change+1


Elected in 2018 1 Total councillors 2 ChangeNo results


Elected in 2018 0 Total councillors 0 Change-1
Councillors change compared with 2014

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Broxbourne Council: £100,000 restoration for Hoddesdon's Spinning Wheel

Deborah Price

Local Democracy Reporter, Hertfordshire

A landmark building in the heart of Hoddesdon is to be restored, following a decision by Broxbourne Borough Council to invest £100,000.

Spinning Wheel, Hoddesdon

The council-owned, Grade II-listed Spinning Wheel, on High Street, was built in the Swiss Cottage style in the middle of the 19th Century and had recently been let out as office and rental accommodation.

When the last tenants moved out in August, the council found work was needed.

The cabinet agreed to use £100,000 which had been allocated for car park resurfacing, along with £25,000 from the previous tenants, and once refurbished it could be let for about £35,000 a year.

If nothing was done the authority would have to pay empty rates at a cost of £6,162.

In the longer term, it was highlighted that the property could be used for the possible relocation of the Lowewood Museum, but it could be late 2021 until they hear whether a bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund for that is successful or not.

Broxbourne Borough Council ward results

Here are the full results from Broxbourne Borough Council, where the Conservatives have taken a seat from UKIP.

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BreakingConservatives hold Broxbourne Borough Council

The Conservatives have retained control of Broxbourne Borough Council, where 10 seats were being defended.

The Tories gained a seat from UKIP, giving them 28 seats on the new council with Labour unchanged on two.

Counting starts in East of England 2018 local elections

Nic Rigby

BBC News

Counting has started in the 2018 local elections across the east of England.

About 22 councils are up for election including nine in Essex - all counting tonight.

The count in Ipswich

Also counting tonight are Ipswich (pictured), Cambridge and Peterborough, Broxbourne, St Albans, Welwyn-Hatfield and Daventry.

Polling under way for local elections

Polling has begun for council elections in the three counties.

Across the country, 150 councils are electing new councillors, and there are six mayoral contests.

A polling station.

Seven Hertfordshire district councils have elections today, with a third of seats up for grabs on each local authority, with some by-elections also being held:

  • Broxbourne
  • North Hertfordshire
  • St Albans
  • Stevenage
  • Three Rivers
  • Watford
  • Welwyn Hatfield

A third of seats at the unitary Milton Keynes Council are also being contested and there's also the Watford mayoral election.

Voting ends at 22:00 and BBC East will be providing live online coverage.