2019 elections: Bromsgrove south division
2017 County Council elections
County Council elections were held on Thursday 4 May 2017, with the count taking place on Friday 5 May 2017.
There are 52 Electoral Divisions in the County and 57 Councillors were elected.
Two councillors were returned for each of the four divisions in the Redditch area and for the Stourport-on-Severn division. The remaining divisions returned one councillor.
Please note that any comparisons that are made between the new Council and the previous Council are made on the basis of actual election results only and not any changes in political party affiliation that were made during the life of the Council.
Results by party
A table showing the number of seats won by each party
|Independent Community & Health Concern||1|
|Labour & Co-Operative Party||3|
Overall County votes summary by Party
|Political party||Party votes||Percentage|
|Independent Community & Health Concern||4476||2.54%|
|Labour & Co-Operative Party||3675||2.09%|
|No Party Stated||276||0.16%|
|UK Independence Party (UKIP)||9778||5.56%|
|Women`s Equality Party||66||0.04%|
|Wythall Residents' Association||970||0.55%|
|Ballot Paper Issued||153202||N/A|
Arrow Valley east division elections 2014
Peter James Bridle (UK Independence Party UKIP) has been announced as the newly elected County Councillor in the Arrow Valley East division following a by-election 22 May 2014. A total of 5,745 votes were received out of an eligible electorate of 17,249. This represents an overall turnout of 33%.
St Mary's elections 2013
The St Mary's by-election was held on 1 August 2013. Mr Nathan John Desmond of the Conservative Party was elected with 504 votes.
Stourport on Severn elections 2013
The Stourport-on-Severn by-election (to elect one County Councillor) was held on 27th June, 2013. Mr John William Roland Thomas of Independent Community and Health Concern was elected with 1055 votes.