Trailer - Local Elections May 2024

Elections will be held on Thursday 2th May 2024 in 107 English Local Authorities.

Links on authority names are to LGBCE Final Reports on boundary changes, or to restructuring orders. ECO = link to Electoral Change Order.
* = complete re-warding; + = minor boundary changes. (F) change to full council elections.

31 Metropolitan Boroughs - one-third of councillors in each except where indicated
Barnsley
Bolton
Bradford
Bury
Calderdale
Coventry
Dudley (all-up) * (ECO)
Gateshead
Kirklees
Knowsley
Leeds
Manchester
Newcastle upon Tyne
North Tyneside (all-up) * (ECO)
Oldham
Rochdale
Rotherham (all-up)
Salford
Sandwell
Sefton
Sheffield
Solihull
South Tyneside
Stockport
Sunderland
Tameside
Trafford
Wakefield
Walsall
Wigan
Wolverhampton
18 Unitary authorities - one-third of councillors except where indicated
Blackburn with Darwen
Bristol (all-up)
Dorset (all-up, retiring 2029) +
Halton
Hartlepool
Hull
Milton Keynes
North East Lincolnshire
Peterborough
Plymouth
Portsmouth
Reading
Southampton
Southend-on-Sea
Swindon
Thurrock
Warrington (all-up)
Wokingham (all-up) * (ECO)
58 Second-tier districts - one-third of councillors except where indicated
Adur (one-half)
Basildon (all-up) * (ECO)
Basingstoke & Deane
Brentwood (all-up) * (ECO)
Broxbourne
Burnley
Cambridge
Cannock Chase (all-up) * (ECO)
Castle Point (all-up) * (ECO)
Cheltenham (all-up) * (ECO)
Cherwell
Chorley
Colchester
Crawley
Eastleigh
Elmbridge
Epping Forest (all-up) * (ECO)
Exeter
Fareham (all-up) * (ECO)
Gloucester (all-up)
Gosport (one-half)
Harlow (all-up) * (ECO)
Hart
Hastings (one-half)
Havant (all-up) * (ECO)
Hyndburn
Ipswich
Lincoln
Maidstone (all-up) (F) * (ECO)
Mole Valley
North Hertfordshire (all-up) (F) * (ECO)
Norwich
Nuneaton & Bedworth (all-up) (ECO)
Oxford (one-half)
Pendle
Preston
Redditch (all-up) * (ECO)
Reigate & Banstead
Rochford
Rossendale (all-up) * (ECO)
Rugby
Runnymede
Rushmoor
St Albans +
Stevenage (all-up) * (ECO)
Stroud (all-up) +
Tamworth
Tandridge (all-up) * (ECO)
Three Rivers
Tunbridge Wells (all-up) * (ECO)
Watford
Welwyn Hatfield
West Lancashire
West Oxfordshire
Winchester
Woking
Worcester (all-up) (F) * (ECO)
Worthing
14 Apr 2022 First draft.
21 May 2022 Reviews commenced for Basildon, Brentwood, Castle Point and Harlow
4 Jul 2022 Reviews commenced for Cheltenham, North Hertfordshire and Worcester
10 Dec 2022 Dorset voting this year (then 2029). Final recommendations for Havant, Maidstone and Stevenage. Reviews commenced for Epping Forest, Nuneaton & Bedworth, Rossendale and Wokingham.
13 Jan 2023 Remove Wirral (now all-up 2023 etc.). Review commenced for Dudley and Tandridge. Final recommendations for Redditch.
20 Feb 2023 Final recommendations for Fareham.
1 Apr 2023 Remove Slough (now all-up 2023 etc.). ECO for Havant. Reviews commenced for North Tyneside. Final recommendations for Basildon, Brentwood and Epping Forest.
7 May 2023 Final recommendations for Cheltenham and Harlow.
13 May 2023 Final recommendations for Cannock Chase and North Hertfordshire.
25 May 2023 Final recommendations for Tunbridge Wells.
20 Jun 2023 ECOs for Maidstone, Redditch and Stevenage.
12 Jul 2023 Final recommendations for Wokingham. ECOs for Basildon and Brentwood.
4 Aug 2023 Final recommendations for Nuneaton & Bedworth and Rossendale. ECOs for Castle Point, Cheltenham, Epping Forest, Fareham and Harlow.
21 Aug 2023 Removed Amber Valley and Derby (now all-up 2023 etc.).
27 Sep 2023 ECOs for Cannock Chase and North Hertfordshire. Maidstone is changing to all-up.
6 Nov 2023 Final recommendations for North Tyneside and Tandridge.
13 Nov 2023 Minor boundary changes in Dorset.
5 Dec 2023 Final recommendations for Dudley. ECO for Wokingham.
26 Dec 2023 Minor boundary changes in St Albans.
5 Feb 2024 ECOs for Nuneaton & Bedworth, Rossendale and Tunbridge Wells. Minor changes in Stroud.
12 Feb 2024 ECO for Worcester.
17 Feb 2024 ECO for North Tyneside and Tandridge.
27 Feb 2024 ECO for Dudley.
1 May 2024 North Hertfordshire and Worcester changing to all-up.

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