Local elections were held for South Ribble Borough Council on 7 May 2015, the same day as the 2015 United Kingdom general election and other 2015 United Kingdom local elections. Local elections are held every four years with all councillors up for election in multi-member electoral wards.

Boundary review

The Local Government Boundary Commission for England reviewed the local boundaries of South Ribble Borough Council in 2014.[1]

The number of councillors elected to South Ribble council was reduced to 50, from the wards outlined below. The changes were made official by The South Ribble (Electoral Changes) Order 2014.[2]

Electoral wards in South Ribble, 2015
Ward Number of councillors
Bamber Bridge East 2
Bamber Bridge West 2
Broad Oak 2
Broadfield 2
Buckshaw and Worden 2
Charnock 2
Coupe Green and Gregson Lane 2
Earnshaw Bridge 2
Farington East 2
Farington West 2
Hoole 2
Howick and Priory 3
Leyland Central 2
Longton and Hutton 3
Lostock Hall 3
Middleforth 3
Moss Side 2
New Longton and Hutton East 2
Samlesbury and Walton 2
Seven Stars 2
St. Ambrose 2
Walton-le-Dale East 2
Walton-le-Dale East 2

See also

References

  1. ^ "South Ribble". Local Government Boundary Commission for England. Archived from the original on 27 June 2014. Retrieved 16 November 2014.
  2. ^ "The South Ribble Electoral Changes Orde". Legislation.gov. Retrieved 16 November 2014.