Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council

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Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council election results 2019

Friday, May 03, 2019

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NO party has overall control of Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council following today’s local election count.

The new political make-up of the Council is: Labour 24; Conservative 14; Thornaby Independent Association 7; Independent 6; Ingleby Barwick Independent Society 3; and Liberal Democrats 2.

The overall turnout was 32.07% - the highest turnout was in the Norton West ward with 47.2% while the Hardwick and Salters Lane ward was the lowest with 21.6%.

Stockton Borough has 56 councillors and 26 wards, with between one and three councillors representing each ward.

The political make-up of the Council before the election was: Labour 30; Conservative 12; Ingleby Barwick Independent Society 5; Thornaby Independent Association 3; Independent 5; and Liberal Democrats 1.

The overall percentage turnout in the 2015 local election was 64.13%.

A full round up of results can be viewed on the Council's website