29 of the 30 seats to North Ayrshire Council
16 seats needed for a majority
Results by ward.
Within the politics of Scotland, the 1995 elections to North Ayrshire Council were held on 6 April 1995 and were the first for the newly formed Unitary authority for North Ayrshire Council, which was created under the Local Government etc (Scotland) Act 1994.
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Labour performed very well[clarification needed] and continued control of its majority.
All wards returned Labour councillors except for Wards 27 (Largs South) and Ward 28 (Largs Central & Cumbrae), which returned a Conservative and SNP councillor respectively.
Ward 14 (Stevenston North) didn't hold an election due to the death of a candidate. The by-election was held at a later date, with a Labour Councillor being returned. The results from that ward are excluded from the breakdown above.