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2017 Lancashire County Council election

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2017 Lancashire County Council election

← 2013 4 May 2017 2021 →

All 84 seats to Lancashire County Council
43 seats needed for a majority
  First party Second party
 
Leader Geoff Driver Jennifer Mein
Party Conservative Labour
Last election 35 40
Seats before 35 39
Seats won 46 30
Seat change Increase 11 Decrease 9
Popular vote 150,048 117,670
Percentage 45.2% 35.4%
Swing Increase11.5% Decrease0.9%

  Third party Fourth party
 
Party Liberal Democrats Green
Last election 5 1
Seats before 6 1
Seats won 4 1
Seat change Decrease 1 Steady0
Popular vote 31,476 11,293
Percentage 9.5% 3.4%
Swing Increase1.5% Increase0.8%

Lancashire Local Elections 2017.svg
Map showing the results of the 2017 Lancashire County Council election.

Council control before election

Labour Minority
Labour

Council control after election

Conservative Majority
Conservative

An election to Lancashire County Council took place on 4 May 2017 as part of the 2017 local elections across the UK. All 84 councillors were elected for single-member and dual-member divisions for a four-year term of office. The system of voting used is first-past-the-post. Elections are held in all electoral divisions across the present ceremonial county, excepting Blackpool and Blackburn with Darwen which are unitary authorities.[n 1]

Conservative councillors won an overall majority in the council and formed a majority administration, Labour councillors form the second-largest grouping and UKIP's win of a seat was its single gain nationally in the 2017 local election cycle which saw all 145 of its other candidates standing in the election lose their seats.

Electoral divisions

Boundary revisions by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England meant these elections were fought on new divisions.[1][2]

Summary

Summary of results Burnley Chorley Fylde Hyndburn Lancaster Pendle Preston Ribble Valley Rossendale South Ribble West Lancashire Wyre Total
Conservative 1 4 4 1 5 3 2 4 5 6 4 7 46
Labour 3 4 0 5 4 2 6 0 0 1 4 1 30
Liberal Democrats 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 4
Independent 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
Green 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
UKIP 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1

Results by borough

Burnley borough

Seat Result Majority
Burnley Central East Labour hold 1,215
Burnley Central West Labour hold 23
Burnley North East Labour hold 472
Burnley Rural Conservative GAIN from Liberal Democrat 529
Burnley South West Liberal Democrat hold 214
Padiham and Burnley West UK Independence Party GAIN from Labour 228

Chorley borough

Seat Result Majority
Chorley Central Labour hold 963
Chorley North Labour hold 1,114
Chorley Rural East Labour hold 1,123
Chorley Rural West Conservative hold 685
Chorley South Labour hold 1,009
Clayton with Whittle Conservative GAIN from Labour 490
Euxton, Buckshaw & Astley Conservative GAIN from Labour 498
Hoghton with Wheelton Conservative GAIN from Labour 95

Fylde borough

Seat Result Majority
Fylde East Independent hold 896
Fylde South Conservative hold 1,016
Fylde West Independent hold 149
Lytham Conservative hold 526
St Annes North Conservative hold 1,255
St Annes South Conservative hold 1,593

Hyndburn borough

Seat Result Majority
Accrington North Labour hold 834
Accrington South Labour hold 90
Accrington West & Oswaldtwistle Central Labour hold 1,464
Great Harwood, Rishton & Clayton-le-Moors (2-member division) Labour hold N/A
Great Harwood, Rishton & Clayton-le-Moors (2-member division) Labour hold N/A
Oswaldtwistle Conservative hold 999

Lancaster city

[3]

Seat Result Majority
Heysham Conservative hold 612
Lancaster Central Green hold 1,085
Lancaster East Labour hold 767
Lancaster Rural East Conservative hold 1,369
Lancaster Rural North Conservative hold 1,124
Lancaster South East Labour hold 664
Morecambe Central Labour hold 486
Morecambe North Conservative hold 1,566
Morecambe South Conservative GAIN from Labour 284
Skerton Labour hold 543

Pendle borough

Seat Result Majority
Brierfield & Nelson West Labour hold 716
Nelson East Labour hold 1,159
Pendle Central Conservative GAIN from Liberal Democrats 353
Pendle Hill Conservative Win 2,265
Pendle Rural Conservative Win N/A
Pendle Rural Liberal Democrat Win N/A

Preston city

Seat Result Majority
Preston Central East Labour hold 1,992
Preston Central West Labour hold 971
Preston City Labour hold 1,669
Preston East Labour hold 337
Preston North Conservative hold 1,645
Preston Rural Conservative hold 2,150
Preston South East Labour hold 1,672
Preston South West Labour Win 120
Preston West Liberal Democrat hold 271

Ribble Valley borough

Seat Result Majority
Clitheroe Conservative hold 5
Longridge with Bowland Conservative hold 1,685
Ribble Valley North East Conservative hold 2,208
Ribble Valley South West Conservative hold 2,081

Rossendale borough

Seat Result Majority
Mid Rossendale Conservative GAIN from Labour 8
Rossendale East Conservative GAIN from Labour 89
Rossendale South Conservative hold 327
Rossendale West Conservative hold 517
Whitworth & Bacup Conservative GAIN from Labour 17

South Ribble borough

Seat Result Majority
Leyland Central Labour hold 183
Leyland South Conservative hold 296
Lostock Hall & Bamber Bridge Conservative hold 322
Moss Side & Farington Conservative hold 1,511
Penwortham East & Walton-le-Dale Conservative hold 561
Penwortham West Liberal Democrat hold 449
South Ribble East Conservative hold 1,383
South Ribble West Conservative hold 2,381

West Lancashire borough

Seat Result Majority
Burscough & Rufford Conservative hold 195
Ormskirk Labour hold 661
Skelmersdale Central Labour hold 2,224
Skelmersdale East Labour hold 629
Skelmersdale West Labour hold 1,646
West Lancashire East Conservative hold 913
West Lancashire North Conservative hold 989
West Lancashire West Conservative GAIN from Labour 883

Wyre borough

Seat Result Majority
Cleveleys East Conservative hold 1,214
Cleveleys South & Carleton Conservative hold 1,590
Fleetwood East Labour hold 727
Fleetwood West & Cleveleys West Conservative hold 565
Poulton-le-Flyde Conservative hold 2,132
Thorton & Hambleton Conservative hold 1,543
Wyre Rural Central Conservative hold 2,030
Wyre Rural East Conservative hold 1,025

Notes and references

References
  1. ^ Lancashire County Council boundary proposals Local Government Boundary Commission for England
  2. ^ "The Lancashire (Electoral Changes) Order 2016". Legislation.gov.uk. Retrieved 10 November 2016.
  3. ^ Full election results by division Lancaster City Council
Notes
  1. ^ All locally registered electors (British, Irish, Commonwealth and European Union citizens) who are aged 18 or over may vote in the local elections. Those who were temporarily away from their ordinary address (for example, away working, on holiday, in student accommodation or in hospital) are also entitled to vote in the local elections.
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