The votes have been counted and the results are in
The political make-up of Southampton City Council has been decided. The Labour group retained overall control with a majority of 2.
At Southampton City Council’s local elections yesterday on Thursday 3 May 2018, 16 out of 48 seats (one in every ward of the city) were up for election.
The results on the night were:
Conservatives: 7 seats
Labour: 8 seats
Putting People First: 1 seat
This means the full make-up of the council is now as follows:
Conservatives: 19 seats (same as before)
Labour: 25 seats (same as before)
Putting People First: 3 (same as before)
Southampton Independents Putting You First: 1 (same as before)
The full list of results, including the number of votes for each candidate, is available on our website at: