Local Election 2018 Results

Published: 4 May 2018

The Labour Party has retained control of Redbridge Council following the local elections.

Labour won 51 out of 63 seats giving it an overall majority. They will now form the decision-making administration of the Council and decide how it spends its money on local services.    

Three councillors were elected for 19 wards and two councillors for three wards, making 63 councillors in total.  The political make-up is as follows:

Labour Party:  51 seats

Conservative Party:  12 seats

The overall turnout was 38.78%. The ward-by-ward results and voter turnout can be found on our Election results webpage.

Pictures of individual councillors along with information on their ward surgeries will be published shortly.

 

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