Angus Council

Boundary changes have occurred here. 2012 seats are an estimate of what the result would have been then if the new boundaries had been in place.

Election 2017 Results

NOC NO CHANGE
Party Seats 2012 Seats 2017 Change

PartySNP

Seats 201215 Seats 20179 Change−6

PartyIndependent

Seats 20128 Seats 20179 Change+1

PartyConservative

Seats 20123 Seats 20178 Change+5

PartyLiberal Democrat

Seats 20121 Seats 20172 Change+1

PartyLabour

Seats 20121 Seats 2017- Change−1
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BreakingAngus Council - final result

SNP lose majority control

The SNP lost six seats on Angus Council, one of the two councils of which it had majority control following the 2012 election.

The party went from 15 seats to nine. The Conservatives went up to eight seats.

There are nine independents on the council, one more than last time and two Lib Dems, up from one.

Labour lost its only seat.

Note: The 2012 election saw 29 seats contested. Following boundary changes, the 2017 election had 28 seats up for grabs.

Conservatives pick up seat in Angus

The Conservatives have gained a seat from the SNP in Kirriemuir and Dean, the first Angus ward which was declared. 

They now hold two of the ward's three seats.

Scotland Independence Referendum 2014

Angus votes NO
Votes%
NOVotes 45,19256.32%
YESVotes 35,04443.68%

Electorate93,551

Turnout 85.84%

Rejected ballots 66