2021 Hertfordshire County Council election

← 2017 6 May 2021

All 78 seats to Hertfordshire County Council
40 seats needed for a majority
Turnout37.2%
  First party Second party
 
Leader David Williams Stephen Giles-Medhurst[1]
Party Conservative Liberal Democrats
Leader's seat Harpenden North East
(defeated)
Central Watford and Oxhey[1]
Last election 51 seats,
45.9%
18 seats,
25.1%
Seats before 49 18
Seats won 46 23
Seat change Decrease 5 Increase 5
Popular vote 142,051 86,969
Percentage 43.3% 26.5%
Swing Decrease 2.6 pp Increase 1.4 pp

  Third party Fourth party
 
Leader Judi Billing
Party Labour Green
Leader's seat Hitchin North
Last election 9 seats,
20.5%
0 seats,
4.0%
Seats before 9 0
Seats won 7 1
Seat change Decrease 2 Increase 1
Popular vote 69,612 24,508
Percentage 21.2% 7.5%
Swing Increase 0.7 pp Increase 3.5 pp

Hertfordshire local election 2021 map.svg
Map showing the results of the 2021 Hertfordshire County Council election.

United Kingdom Hertfordshire County Council 2021.svg
Council composition after the election.

Council control before election

Conservative

Council control after election

Conservative

Elections to Hertfordshire County Council took place on 6 May 2021 alongside other local elections in the United Kingdom. All 78 seats to the council were elected.[2]

The Conservative Party won 46 of the 78 seats, winning a majority and thus retaining control of the council,[3][4] despite making a net loss of five seats, with leader David Williams losing his seat of Harpenden North East.[5][6] Deputy Leader of the Council Teresa Heritage became acting leader in the aftermath of the election, and Cllr Richard Roberts was ratified as Leader of the Council on 25 May 2021.[7][8]

Background

In the 2017 election, the Conservative Party held overall control of the council, winning 51 of the 78 seats. The Liberal Democrats were the second largest party with 18 seats. The Labour Party won 9 seats.[9]

Several by-elections took place between the 2017 and 2021 elections:

By-elections
Division Date Incumbent Party Winner Party Cause Ref.
Goffs Oak and Bury Green 22 February 2018 Robert Gordon Conservative Lesley Greensmyth Conservative Death [10][11]
St Albans North 3 May 2018 Charlotte Hogg Liberal Democrats Roma Mills Labour Resignation due to work commitments [12][13]
Three Rivers Rural 25 October 2018 Chris Hayward Conservative Phil Williams Liberal Democrats Resignation [14][15]

Roma Mills, councillor for St Albans North, resigned from the Labour Party in April 2020 after Keir Starmer was elected Leader of the Labour Party, citing her disagreement with his changes in policies.[16] Andrew Stevenson, councillor for Hertford All Saints, resigned from the Conservative Party in December 2020 due to his opposition to the two-tier local government structure in Hertfordshire and having failed to be reselected by the Hertford and Stortford Conservatives.[17][18]

As a result, the Conservatives had 49 councillors and 2 councillors sat as independents, giving the Conservatives a majority of 20 before the 2021 election.

In the 2019 general election, the Liberal Democrats won St Albans for the first time since the party's formation, defeating the incumbent Conservative Member of Parliament.[19]

Campaign

Environment

The Conservatives pledged to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, and that by 2030, Hertfordshire County Council would be carbon-neutral and waste would no longer be sent to landfill.[20]

The Liberal Democrats pledged to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 by introducing solar powered lighting on walking and cycling routes, and a £2.5 million fund for charging stations for electric vehicles.[21]

Local government structure

In 2020, Leader of the Council David Williams advocated merging Hertfordshire County Council and the ten district councils into a single unitary authority. Hertfordshire County Council suggested that the proposal could save £140 million per year.[22]

Labour committed to opposing any plans for a Hertfordshire unitary authority.[23]

Transport

Labour supported an increase in the number of late night buses, and would reinstate bus subsidies. The party also supported the reopening of a passing loop on the Abbey Line to increase the railway's capacity, and would push for Oyster card functionality for railway stations close to London. Leader of the Labour group Judi Billing stated that she believed that a 20 mph speed limit should be the default on roads in Hertfordshire.[23]

The Green Party and the Liberal Democrats also supported the introduction of a default 20 mph speed limit on residential roads.[24][21]

Procedure

The elections were held during the COVID-19 pandemic in the United Kingdom. Hertfordshire County Council advised that the ballot boxes should not be opened for 24 hours after the polls closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The Borough of Broxbourne began counting the votes on 7 May, while the other nine districts of Hertfordshire began counting on 8 May. Some districts also opted to not count the votes for the district council elections until 9 May to reduce the number of people required to be present, and make social distancing easier.[25]

Results summary

2021 Hertfordshire County Council election
Party Candidates Votes
Stood Elected Gained Unseated Net % of total % No. Net %
  Conservative 78 46 7 12 Decrease 5 59.0 43.3 142,051 Decrease 2.6
  Liberal Democrats 77 23 7 2 Increase 5 29.5 26.5 86,969 Increase 1.4
  Labour 78 7 3 5 Decrease 2 9.0 21.2 69,612 Increase 0.7
  Green 59 1 1 0 Increase 1 1.3 7.5 24,508 Increase 3.5
  Independent 5 1 1 0 Increase 1 1.3 0.8 2,683 Increase 0.4
  TUSC 11 0 0 0 Steady 0 0.0 0.2 633 Steady 0.0
  Reform UK 7 0 0 0 Steady 0 0.0 0.2 548 New
  UKIP 2 0 0 0 Steady 0 0.0 0.1 203 Decrease 3.7
  Abolish the Town Council Party
1
0 0 0 Steady 0 0.0 0.1 179 New
  CPA 3 0 0 0 Steady 0 0.0 0.1 178 New
  ADF 1 0 0 0 Steady 0 0.0 0.0 133 New
  Heritage 1 0 0 0 Steady 0 0.0 0.0 60 New

The Conservatives won 46 of the 78 seats, remaining in control of the council and giving them a majority of 14, despite making a net loss of five seats. The Liberal Democrats remained the second-largest party, winning 23 seats, the highest number of seats since the party's formation. The Greens won a seat for the first time since the 2009 election.[26]

Results by division

Broxbourne

The Borough of Broxbourne shown within Hertfordshire
The Borough of Broxbourne shown within Hertfordshire

The election was held alongside an election to Broxbourne Borough Council.

Cheshunt Central[27][28]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Steve Wortley 2,117 61.0 Decrease0.4
Labour Andreas Georgiou 1,004 28.9 Increase4.7
Liberal Democrats Kostas Inchenko 348 10.0 Increase5.3
Majority 1,113 32.1 Decrease5.1
Turnout 3,469 28.3 Increase2.9
Conservative hold Swing Decrease2.6
Flamstead End and Turnford[27][29]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Mark Mills-Bishop 2,280 67.9 Increase3.0
Labour Beverly Hanshaw 712 21.2 Increase3.4
Green Owen Brett 248 7.4 N/A
Liberal Democrats Chris Wilson 120 3.6 Decrease1.1
Majority 1,568 46.7 Decrease0.4
Turnout 3,360 28.4 Increase3.1
Conservative hold Swing Decrease0.2
Goffs Oak and Bury Green[27][30]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Lesley Greensmyth 2,352 63.8 Decrease0.3
Labour Jo Goldsmith 620 16.8 Decrease1.3
Liberal Democrats David Payne 488 13.2 Increase7.2
Green Robert Gledhill 227 6.2 N/A
Majority 1,732 47.0 Increase1.1
Turnout 3,687 29.9 Increase3.9
Conservative hold Swing Increase0.5
Hoddesdon North[27][31]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Lewis Cocking 2,324 68.6 Increase8.7
Labour George Williams 718 21.2 Increase5.3
Liberal Democrats Julia Davies 348 10.3 Increase3.7
Majority 1,606 47.4 Increase3.4
Turnout 3,390 28.1 Increase0.2
Conservative hold Swing Increase1.7
Hoddesdon South[27][32]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Paul Mason 2,637 67.0 Increase1.4
Labour Jean Legg 573 14.6 Increase3.0
Green Sally Kemp 410 10.4 Increase4.7
Liberal Democrats David Davies 313 8.0 Steady0.0
Majority 2,064 52.5 Decrease1.6
Turnout 3,933 32.6 Increase0.3
Conservative hold Swing Decrease0.8
Waltham Cross[27][33]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Dee Hart 1,751 46.2 Decrease8.0
Labour Sean Waters 1,646 43.4 Increase6.0
Independent Cody McCormick 236 6.2 N/A
Liberal Democrats John Wiggett 160 4.2 Decrease4.2
Majority 105 2.8 Decrease13.9
Turnout 3,793 31.1 Increase4.8
Conservative hold Swing Decrease7.0

Dacorum

The Borough of Dacorum shown within Hertfordshire
The Borough of Dacorum shown within Hertfordshire
Berkhamsted[34][35]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Nigel Taylor 2,949 51.8 Increase12.4
Conservative Peter Matthews 1,695 29.8 Decrease11.6
Green Joe Stopps 557 9.8 Increase1.4
Labour Cameron Brady-Turner 487 8.6 Decrease0.1
Majority 1,254 22.0 N/A
Turnout 5,688 46.5 Increase5.4
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing Increase12.0
Bridgewater[34][36]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Terry Douris 2,070 46.2 Decrease11.7
Liberal Democrats Lara Pringle 1,733 38.7 Increase12.2
Labour Vanessa Mitchell 322 7.2 Decrease4.0
Green Emily Spry 283 6.3 N/A
Reform UK Noel Willcox 73 1.6 N/A
Majority 337 7.5 Decrease23.9
Turnout 4,481 41.1 Increase4.5
Conservative hold Swing Decrease11.9
Hemel Hempstead East[34][37]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Andrew Williams 2,016 59.3 Decrease2.8
Labour Ijlal Malik 686 20.2 Decrease2.8
Liberal Democrats Anna Wellings Purvis 416 12.2 Increase6.6
Green Paul de Hoest 282 8.3 Decrease1.0
Majority 1,330 39.1 Increase0.0
Turnout 3,400 30.5 Increase0.4
Conservative hold Swing Increase0.0
Hemel Hempstead North East[34][38]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Colette Wyatt-Lowe 1,657 60.1 Increase4.4
Labour Saba Poursaeedi 597 21.7 Decrease2.2
Liberal Democrats Neil Kennedy 280 10.2 Increase1.4
Green Paul Sandford 222 8.1 Increase4.6
Majority 1,060 38.5 Increase6.6
Turnout 2,756 27.0 Decrease2.6
Conservative hold Swing Increase3.3
Hemel Hempstead North West[34][39]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Fiona Guest 1,917 55.5 Decrease0.5
Labour Gary Adamson 811 23.5 Decrease0.6
Liberal Democrats Diane Wilson 396 11.5 Increase2.3
Green Sherief Hassan 328 9.5 Increase4.2
Majority 1,106 32.0 Increase0.1
Turnout 3,452 30.0 Decrease0.8
Conservative hold Swing Increase0.0
Hemel Hempstead South East[34][40]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Independent Jan Maddern 1,405 36.5 Increase13.9
Conservative Sanjay Jamuar 1,157 30.0 Decrease8.5
Labour Mandi Tattershall 887 23.0 Decrease5.1
Green David Lillywhite 225 5.8 N/A
Liberal Democrats Joe Toovey 180 4.7 Decrease1.4
Majority 248 6.4 N/A
Turnout 3,854 31.5 Increase0.5
Independent gain from Conservative Swing Increase11.2
Hemel Hempstead St Paul's[34][41]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Ron Tindall 1,230 42.8 Decrease2.9
Conservative Soma Pemmireddy 811 28.2 Increase2.0
Labour Luke Jordan 605 21.1 Decrease0.1
Green Bernard Hurley 226 7.9 N/A
Majority 419 14.6 Decrease4.9
Turnout 2,872 26.3 Decrease2.8
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease2.5
Hemel Hempstead Town[34][42][43]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Adrian England 1,745 41.5 Increase21.1
Conservative William Wyatt-Lowe 1,485 35.3 Decrease16.4
Labour Tessa Milligan 632 15.0 Decrease6.2
Green Samuel Deering 347 8.2 Increase1.5
Majority 260 6.2 N/A
Turnout 4,209 36.6 Increase4.8
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing Increase18.7
Kings Langley[34][44]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Richard Roberts 2,472 62.1 Decrease4.5
Green Ashley Lawrence 616 15.5 Increase9.9
Labour Rob Eilbeck 523 13.1 Increase0.7
Liberal Democrats Dominic Sokalski 369 9.3 Decrease2.3
Majority 1,856 46.6 Decrease7.5
Turnout 3,980 36.7 Increase2.9
Conservative hold Swing Decrease7.2
Tring[34][45]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Sally Symington 2,814 50.1 Increase0.3
Conservative Gbola Adeleke 1,686 30.0 Decrease4.6
Green Roger Oliver 614 10.9 Increase6.1
Labour Jim Lawler 504 9.0 Increase2.1
Majority 1,128 20.1 Increase4.9
Turnout 5,618 44.7 Increase1.5
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Increase2.5

East Hertfordshire

East Hertfordshire District shown within Hertfordshire
East Hertfordshire District shown within Hertfordshire
Bishop's Stortford East[46][47]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Calvin Horner 1,894 45.6 Increase5.6
Conservative John Wyllie 1,401 33.7 Decrease8.6
Labour Oya Er Wilkes 568 13.7 Increase0.9
Green Graeme Hill 292 7.0 Increase2.0
Majority 493 11.9 N/A
Turnout 4,155 38.6 Increase5.2
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing Increase7.1
Bishop's Stortford Rural[46][48]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Graham McAndrew 1,943 53.8 Decrease6.9
Labour Milly Lynch 725 20.1 Increase8.8
Liberal Democrats Bob Taylor 562 15.6 Increase0.6
Green David Oxley 382 10.6 Increase6.2
Majority 1,218 33.7 Decrease15.7
Turnout 3,612 34.1 Increase0.2
Conservative hold Swing Decrease7.8
Bishop's Stortford West[46][49]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Alastair Ward-Booth 1,744 44.4 Decrease6.5
Labour Thomas Diamond 989 25.2 Increase5.1
Liberal Democrats Richard Townsend 741 18.9 Increase2.6
Green Madela Baddock 456 11.6 Increase4.8
Majority 755 19.2 Decrease11.6
Turnout 3,930 31.6 Decrease0.7
Conservative hold Swing Decrease5.8
Buntingford[46][50]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Jeff Jones 2,393 60.6 Decrease8.1
Green David Woollcombe 704 17.8 Increase13.1
Labour Steven Stone 532 13.5 Increase1.7
Liberal Democrats Karl Harrington 224 5.7 Decrease3.0
Reform UK Terry Smith 94 2.4 N/A
Majority 1,689 42.8 Decrease21.2
Turnout 3,947 33.6 Increase1.3
Conservative hold Swing Decrease10.6
Hertford All Saints[46][51]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Green Ben Crystall 1,819 43.2 Increase34.0
Conservative Jan Goodeve 1,562 37.1 Decrease27.0
Labour Rob Pinkham 621 14.7 Decrease12.0
Independent Andrew Stevenson 262 5.9 N/A
Liberal Democrats Andrew Porrer 211 5.0 Decrease11.5
Majority 257 6.1 N/A
Turnout 4,213 39.6 Increase10.8
Green gain from Conservative Swing Increase30.5
Hertford Rural[46][52]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Ken Crofton 2,710 63.2 Decrease9.5
Liberal Democrats Daniel Newton 612 14.3 Increase4.7
Green Lydia Somerville 506 11.8 Increase4.6
Labour Margaret Williams 461 10.7 Increase0.1
Majority 2,098 48.9 Decrease13.2
Turnout 4,289 39.5 Increase1.9
Conservative hold Swing Decrease7.1
Hertford St Andrews[46][53]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Bob Deering 1,925 46.3 Decrease4.6
Labour Josh Dean 1,756 42.2 Increase15.8
Liberal Democrats Geoff Madge 481 11.6 Decrease3.1
Majority 169 4.1 Decrease20.4
Turnout 4,162 35.5 Increase6.3
Conservative hold Swing Decrease10.2
Sawbridgeworth[46][54]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Eric Buckmaster 2,795 65.0 Increase3.2
Liberal Democrats Joseph Dumont 836 19.5 Increase5.6
Labour Dawn Newell 666 15.5 Increase3.7
Majority 1,959 45.6 Decrease2.4
Turnout 4,297 34.4 Increase3.0
Conservative hold Swing Decrease1.2
Ware North[46][55]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative David Andrews 1,879 51.1 Decrease4.2
Green Nicholas Cox 1,255 34.1 Increase28.0
Labour Megan McCann 506 13.8 Increase0.0
TUSC Bryan Clare 38 1.0 N/A
Majority 624 17.0 Decrease32.2
Turnout 3,678 34.2 Increase3.9
Conservative hold Swing Decrease16.1
Ware South[46][56]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Jonathan Kaye 1,976 52.9 Decrease11.3
Labour Sarah Chapman 688 18.4 Increase4.5
Green Martin Butcher 591 15.8 Increase8.2
Liberal Democrats Victoria Shaw 350 9.4 Decrease5.0
ADF Benjamin Parker 133 3.6 N/A
Majority 1,288 34.5 Decrease15.8
Turnout 3,738 32.7 Increase3.9
Conservative hold Swing Decrease7.9

Hertsmere

The Borough of Hertsmere shown within Hertfordshire
The Borough of Hertsmere shown within Hertfordshire
Borehamwood North[57][58]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Michelle Vince 1,796 52.7 Increase14.3
Conservative Gavin Haran 1,354 39.7 Decrease7.9
Liberal Democrats Maxie Allen 131 3.8 Decrease1.4
Green Julie Rackham 106 3.1 N/A
TUSC Mark Pickersgill 21 0.6 Steady0.0
Majority 442 13.0 N/A
Turnout 3,408 29.2 Increase2.3
Labour gain from Conservative Swing Increase11.1
Borehamwood South[57][59]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Richard Butler 1,670 46.5 Increase9.4
Conservative Brett Rosehill 1,500 41.8 Decrease5.7
Green Madalyn Bielfeld 215 6.0 N/A
Liberal Democrats Clive Parish 125 3.5 Decrease3.4
UKIP David Appleby 81 2.3 Decrease6.3
Majority 170 4.7 N/A
Turnout 3,591 32.1 Increase3.4
Labour gain from Conservative Swing Increase7.5
Bushey North[57][60][61]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Laurence Brass 2,160 52.7 Increase21.1
Conservative Jane West 1,390 33.9 Decrease13.7
Labour Elodie Mayo 361 8.8 Decrease4.0
Green Matt Wheeler 188 4.6 Increase1.1
Majority 770 18.8 N/A
Turnout 4,099 38.8
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing Increase17.4
Bushey South[57][62]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Seamus Quilty 2,408 56.9 Decrease12.8
Liberal Democrats Paul Richards 1,206 28.5 Increase12.6
Labour Sharan Sanghera 395 9.3 Decrease1.7
Green Eddy Canfor-Dumas 226 5.3 Increase1.9
Majority 1,202 28.4 Decrease25.4
Turnout 4,235 39.3 Increase5.9
Conservative hold Swing Decrease12.7
Potters Bar East[57][63]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative John Graham 2,296 52.3 Decrease8.2
Labour Chris Myers 1,553 35.4 Increase16.5
Green Frank Jeffs 283 6.4 Increase0.7
Liberal Democrats Jon Brett 259 5.9 Decrease1.1
Majority 743 16.9 Decrease24.7
Turnout 4,391 37.1 Increase6.1
Conservative hold Swing Decrease12.4
Potters Bar West and Shenley[57][64]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Morris Bright 2,014 45.4 Decrease15.0
Labour Christian Gray 1,364 30.7 Increase8.8
Independent Rosemary Gilligan 653 14.7 N/A
Green John Humphries 254 5.7 N/A
Liberal Democrats Ron Das Gupta 154 3.5 Decrease6.7
Majority 650 14.6 Decrease23.8
Turnout 4,439 38.9
Conservative hold Swing Decrease11.9
Watling[57][65]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Caroline Clapper 3,403 75.3 Decrease2.2
Labour Alpha Collins 550 12.2 Increase2.9
Green Paul Morse 309 6.8 Increase2.1
Liberal Democrats Mandy McNeil 257 5.7 Decrease2.8
Majority 2,853 63.1 Decrease5.2
Turnout 4,519 39.9 Increase7.0
Conservative hold Swing Decrease2.6

North Hertfordshire

North Hertfordshire District shown within Hertfordshire
North Hertfordshire District shown within Hertfordshire

The election was held alongside an election to North Hertfordshire District Council.

Baldock and Letchworth East[66][67]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Michael Muir 1,963 45.1 Decrease3.6
Labour Leo Chapman 1,251 28.7 Increase8.5
Liberal Democrats Richard Winter 624 14.3 Decrease4.5
Green Tim Lee 516 11.9 Increase5.5
Majority 712 16.4 Decrease12.2
Turnout 4,354 40.4 Increase5.5
Conservative hold Swing Decrease6.1
Hitchin North[66][68]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Judi Billing 2,701 52.4 Increase1.3
Conservative John Bishop 1,366 26.5 Decrease1.5
Green Mary Marshall 530 10.3 Increase2.9
Liberal Democrats Andrew Ircha 484 9.4 Decrease3.3
CPA Sid Cordle 71 1.4 N/A
Majority 1,335 25.9 Increase2.7
Turnout 5,152 43.1 Increase5.7
Labour hold Swing Increase1.4
Hitchin Rural[66][69]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative David Barnard 2,127 48.4 Decrease8.4
Green Anni Sander 980 22.3 Increase12.6
Labour Anton Jungreuthmayer 818 18.6 Decrease2.4
Liberal Democrats Marilyn Parkin 413 9.4 Decrease2.9
CPA Daisy Appoh 53 1.2 N/A
Majority 1,147 26.1 Decrease9.7
Turnout 4,391 41.8 Increase7.8
Conservative hold Swing Decrease10.5
Hitchin South[66][70][71]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Paul Clark 1,930 37.7 Decrease1.2
Conservative Derrick Ashley 1,888 36.9 Decrease4.5
Labour Elizabeth Dennis-Harburg 765 15.0 Increase1.4
Green Sam Larsen 455 8.9 Increase2.9
CPA Leigh Smith 54 1.1 N/A
TUSC Barbara Clare 22 0.4 N/A
Majority 42 0.8 N/A
Turnout 5,114 47.0 Increase4.6
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing Increase1.7
Knebworth and Codicote[66][72]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Richard Thake 2,504 55.5 Decrease0.4
Liberal Democrats Terry Tyler 886 19.6 Decrease5.3
Labour Doug Jenner 647 14.3 Increase1.1
Green Katrina Nice 473 10.5 Increase4.6
Majority 1,618 35.9 Increase4.9
Turnout 4,510 44.9 Increase7.6
Conservative hold Swing Increase2.5
Letchworth North[66][73][74]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Tina Bhartwas 2,044 45.7 Increase5.2
Conservative Simon Bloxham 1,998 44.7 Increase1.5
Liberal Democrats Jerry Evans 426 9.5 Increase0.8
Majority 46 1.0 N/A
Turnout 4,468 37.6 Increase3.3
Labour gain from Conservative Swing Increase1.8
Letchworth South[66][75]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Terry Hone 2,254 47.7 Decrease3.8
Labour Amy Allen 1,163 24.6 Increase3.4
Liberal Democrats Phil Weeder 830 17.6 Increase0.4
Green Alan Borgars 384 8.1 Increase3.2
Reform UK Garry Warren 91 1.9 N/A
Majority 1,091 23.1 Decrease7.2
Turnout 4,722 42.9 Increase6.1
Conservative hold Swing Decrease3.6
Royston East and Ermine[66][76]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Fiona Hill 2,317 50.9 Decrease7.1
Liberal Democrats Ruth Brown 1,255 27.6 Increase11.2
Labour Stephen Lockett 669 14.7 Increase2.3
Green Steven Turner 311 6.8 Increase1.9
Majority 1,062 23.3 Decrease18.3
Turnout 4,552 39.9 Increase4.8
Conservative hold Swing Decrease9.1
Royston West and Rural[66][77]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Steve Jarvis 2,591 51.7 Increase8.5
Conservative George Davies 1,900 37.9 Decrease3.9
Labour Ken Garland 519 10.4 Increase2.1
Majority 691 13.8 Increase12.4
Turnout 5,010 41.2 Increase2.3
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Increase6.2

St Albans

St Albans City and District shown within Hertfordshire
St Albans City and District shown within Hertfordshire

The election was held alongside an election to St Albans City and District Council.

Colney Heath and Marshalswick[78][79]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats John Hale 2,522 52.6 Increase6.6
Conservative Beric Read 1,622 33.8 Decrease5.5
Labour Iain Grant 335 7.0 Decrease1.6
Green James Ryan 315 6.6 Increase3.2
Majority 900 18.8 Increase12.1
Turnout 4,794 44.4 Increase1.6
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Increase6.1
Harpenden North East[78][80]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Paul de Kort 2,063 41.8 Increase14.8
Conservative David Williams 2,022 40.9 Decrease12.1
Green Nina Vinther 435 8.8 Increase4.6
Labour James Gill 420 8.5 Decrease4.7
Majority 41 0.8 N/A
Turnout 4,940 43.9 Increase6.9
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing Increase13.4
Harpenden Rural[78][81]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Annie Brewster 2,833 57.1 Decrease5.2
Liberal Democrats Stephen Barrett 1,253 25.3 Increase5.9
Labour Symon Vegro 531 10.7 Increase0.0
Green Dee Thomas 341 6.9 Increase2.6
Majority 1,580 31.9 Decrease11.1
Turnout 4,958 44.2 Increase3.9
Conservative hold Swing Decrease5.6
Harpenden South West[78][82]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Teresa Heritage 2,942 54.7 Decrease7.7
Liberal Democrats Jeffrey Phillips 1,325 24.7 Increase2.3
Green Kyle Riley 654 12.2 Increase8.5
Labour Linda Spiri 453 8.4 Decrease1.3
Majority 1,617 30.1 Decrease10.0
Turnout 5,374 46.5 Increase5.1
Conservative hold Swing Decrease5.0
London Colney[78][83][84]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Sarah Tallon 1,153 36.4 Increase3.4
Labour Dreda Gordon 948 29.9 Decrease12.7
Liberal Democrats Liz Needham 803 25.3 Increase1.4
Green Matt Fisher 265 8.4 Increase4.8
Majority 205 6.5 N/A
Turnout 3,169 34.2 Increase0.2
Conservative gain from Labour Swing Increase8.0
St Albans Central[78][85]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Christopher White 3,461 62.3 Increase7.2
Conservative Georgie Callé 923 16.6 Decrease5.1
Green Candy Whittome 666 12.0 Increase1.0
Labour David Allan 509 9.2 Decrease2.7
Majority 2,538 45.7 12.2
Turnout 5,559 45.6 Increase4.4
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Increase6.1
St Albans East[78][86]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Anthony Rowlands 3,014 61.3 Increase6.1
Conservative Richard Curthoys 960 19.5 Decrease0.5
Labour John Paton 551 11.2 Decrease6.6
Green Caro Hall 391 8.0 Increase4.0
Majority 2,054 41.8 Increase6.6
Turnout 4,916 44.5 Increase4.4
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Increase3.3
St Albans North[78][87]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Helen Campbell 2,839 54.9 Increase19.6
Conservative Salih Gaygusuz 1,256 24.3 Decrease1.8
Labour Jeremy Newmark 628 12.1 Decrease21.7
Green Danielle Durant-Taylor 374 7.2 Increase4.1
Reform UK David Thurston 72 1.4 N/A
Majority 1,583 30.6 Increase29.1
Turnout 5,169 48.9 Increase2.3
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Increase10.7

The St Albans North division had been gained by Labour in a 2018 by-election.[13]

St Albans South[78][88]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Sandy Walkington 3,575 62.2 Increase7.2
Conservative Susan Devi 1,174 20.4 Decrease4.2
Labour Janet Smith 610 10.6 Decrease3.9
Green Jon Littlewood 309 5.4 Increase1.8
Reform UK Andrew Butchart 80 1.4 N/A
Majority 2,401 41.8 Increase11.4
Turnout 5,748 51.5 Increase3.4
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Increase5.7
St Stephen's[78][89]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Stella Nash 2,408 46.2 Decrease2.4
Liberal Democrats Emma Matanle 2,188 41.9 Increase3.4
Labour Janet Blackwell 330 6.3 Decrease1.3
Green Nick Bainbridge 291 5.6 Increase3.6
Majority 220 4.2 Decrease5.8
Turnout 5,217 45.3 Increase4.6
Conservative hold Swing Decrease2.9

Stevenage

The Borough of Stevenage shown within Hertfordshire
The Borough of Stevenage shown within Hertfordshire

The election was held alongside an election to Stevenage Borough Council.

Bedwell[90][91]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Sharon Taylor 1,705 47.5 Decrease3.7
Conservative Janet Munro 1,243 34.6 Decrease3.0
Liberal Democrats Jill Brinkworth 349 9.7 Increase4.4
Green Dean Carpenter 216 6.0 Increase1.7
TUSC Steve Glennon 75 2.1 Increase0.5
Majority 462 12.9 Decrease0.6
Turnout 3,588 33.4 Increase1.9
Labour hold Swing Decrease0.3
Broadwater[90][92]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Adam Mitchell 1,915 48.2 Decrease0.8
Labour Syeda Rahim 1,219 30.7 Decrease7.9
Liberal Democrats Andy McGuinness 356 9.0 Increase1.8
Green Richard Warr 296 7.5 Increase3.9
UKIP Peter Colley 122 3.1 N/A
TUSC Helen Kerr 62 1.6 Decrease0.1
Majority 696 17.5 Increase7.1
Turnout 3,970 34.8 Increase0.3
Conservative hold Swing Increase3.6
Chells[90][93]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Robin Parker 1,857 46.0 Decrease4.3
Conservative Layla Buckingham 1,112 27.5 Increase3.4
Labour Conor McGrath 817 20.2 Increase0.8
Green Naomi Lovelace-Collins 201 5.0 N/A
TUSC Roger Charles 54 1.3 Increase0.5
Majority 745 18.4 Decrease7.7
Turnout 4,041 36.1 Increase1.1
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease3.8
Old Stevenage[90][94]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Graham Lawrence 1,827 44.8 Increase3.6
Labour Richard Henry 1,681 41.2 Decrease0.4
Green Elizabeth Sturges 387 9.5 Increase5.3
Liberal Democrats Madani Mannan 186 6.2 Decrease1.7
Majority 146 3.6 N/A
Turnout 4,081 38.4 Increase2.5
Conservative gain from Labour Swing Increase2.0
Shephall[90][95]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Roni Hearn 1,624 46.6 Increase2.3
Labour Simon Speller 1,440 41.3 Increase0.9
Liberal Democrats Tom Wren 334 9.6 Increase0.3
TUSC Michael Malocco 88 2.5 Increase0.5
Majority 184 5.3 Increase1.4
Turnout 3,486 32.9 Increase2.2
Conservative hold Swing Increase0.7
St Nicholas[90][96]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Phil Bibby 1,658 42.0 Decrease2.8
Labour Sandra Barr 1,540 39.0 Decrease0.0
Liberal Democrats Neil Brinkworth 399 10.1 Increase3.6
Green Jacqueline Botevyle 222 5.6 Increase2.2
Reform UK Amodio Amato 71 1.8 N/A
TUSC Amber Gentleman 59 1.5 Increase0.5
Majority 118 3.0 Decrease2.8
Turnout 3,949 37.6 Increase2.4
Conservative hold Swing Decrease1.4

Three Rivers

Three Rivers District shown within Hertfordshire
Three Rivers District shown within Hertfordshire

The election was held alongside an election to Three Rivers District Council.

Abbots Langley[97][98]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Sara Bedford 2,061 48.5 Decrease10.4
Conservative Andrew O'Brien 1,219 28.7 Increase2.5
Labour Helena Farrington 713 16.8 Increase4.2
Green Kelsey Trevett 257 6.0 Increase3.7
Majority 842 19.8 Decrease12.9
Turnout 4,250 34.2 Increase4.0
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease6.4
Croxley[97][99]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Chris Lloyd 2,556 51.2 Decrease6.8
Conservative Tony Walker 1,311 26.3 Increase0.7
Green Andrew Gallagher 822 16.5 Increase13.4
Labour Jeni Swift Gillett 302 6.1 Decrease2.7
Majority 1,245 24.9 Decrease7.5
Turnout 4,991 46.3 Increase10.0
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease3.8
Rickmansworth East and Oxhey Park[97][100]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Reena Ranger 2,490 54.7 Decrease6.9
Liberal Democrats Tom Smith 1,047 23.0 Increase1.5
Labour William Waite 635 13.9 Increase4.3
Green Alfie Roberts 384 8.4 Increase5.0
Majority 1,443 31.7 Decrease8.4
Turnout 4,556 39.5 Increase4.6
Conservative hold Swing Decrease4.2
Rickmansworth West[97][101]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Paula Hiscocks 2,020 49.4 Increase4.2
Liberal Democrats Sarah Nelmes 1,472 36.0 Decrease7.5
Labour Charlotte Smith 334 8.2 Increase2.5
Green Dmitri MacMillen 260 6.4 Increase4.2
Majority 548 13.4 Increase11.6
Turnout 4.086 37.2 Increase2.9
Conservative hold Swing Increase5.8
South Oxhey and Eastbury[97][102]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Christopher Alley 1,751 46.7 Increase7.5
Labour Stephen Cox 1,383 36.9 Decrease8.1
Liberal Democrats Rhys Southall 411 11.0 Increase4.4
Green Chris Lawrence 174 4.6 Increase2.7
TUSC Richard Shattock 32 0.9 N/A
Majority 368 9.8 N/A
Turnout 3,751 31.0 Increase1.2
Conservative gain from Labour Swing Increase7.8
Three Rivers Rural[97][103]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Phil Williams 2,468 47.5 Increase3.6
Conservative Ciaran Reed 1,976 38.0 Decrease9.0
Green Roger Stafford 363 7.0 Increase4.0
Labour Darren Steer 267 5.1 Increase0.9
Independent Simon Diggins 127 2.4 N/A
Majority 492 9.5 N/A
Turnout 5,201 43.6 Increase3.3
Liberal Democrats gain from Conservative Swing Increase6.3

The Three Rivers Rural division had previously been gained by the Liberal Democrats in a 2018 by-election.[15]

Watford

The Borough of Watford shown within Herfordshire
The Borough of Watford shown within Herfordshire

The election was held alongside an election to Watford Borough Council.

Central Watford and Oxhey[104][105]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Stephen Giles-Medhurst 2,130 48.8 Decrease4.7
Labour Sophia Demetriou-Jones 1,020 23.4 Increase1.0
Conservative Joseph Gornicki 848 19.4 Decrease0.9
Green Mark Rutherford 297 6.8 Increase6.2
Reform UK Neal Webber 67 1.5 N/A
Majority 1,110 25.4 Decrease5.6
Turnout 4,362 34.0 Increase5.4
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease2.8
Meriden Tudor[104][106]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Stephen Cavinder 1,433 41.0 Decrease8.5
Conservative Prashanth Elangovan 1,145 32.8 Increase3.2
Labour Seamus Williams 916 26.2 Increase8.7
Majority 288 8.2 Decrease11.7
Turnout 3,494 32.7 Increase2.7
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease5.9
Nascot Park[104][107]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Mark Watkin 2,733 50.9 Decrease1.7
Conservative Linda Topping 1,800 33.5 Increase0.3
Labour Nabila Ahmed 841 15.6 Increase6.4
Majority 933 17.4 Decrease2.0
Turnout 5,374 42.0 Increase2.8
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease1.0
North Watford[104][108]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Asif Khan 1,814 40.5 Decrease0.8
Liberal Democrats Dawn Allen-Williamson 1,388 31.0 Decrease6.8
Conservative Anthony Parker 935 20.9 Increase6.9
Green Catherine Grinsted 218 4.9 Decrease2.1
TUSC Derek Foster 66 1.5 N/A
Heritage Sarah Knott 60 1.3 N/A
Majority 426 9.5 Increase6.0
Turnout 4,481 37.3 Increase2.0
Labour hold Swing Increase3.0
West Watford[104][109]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Nigel Bell 2,399 55.1 Decrease7.5
Conservative Abbas Merali 1,089 25.0 Increase12.5
Liberal Democrats Jennifer Pattinson 746 17.1 Decrease5.5
TUSC Mark O'Connor 116 2.7 Increase0.6
Majority 1,310 30.1 Decrease9.8
Turnout 4,350 33.6 Increase6.4
Labour hold Swing Decrease10.0
Woodside Stanborough[104][110]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Tim Williams 1,721 50.0 Decrease1.5
Conservative Peter Williams 1,078 31.3 Increase6.9
Labour Nevin Atasoy 642 18.7 Increase3.6
Majority 643 18.7 Decrease8.3
Turnout 3,441 31.2 Increase1.5
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease4.2

Welwyn Hatfield

The Borough of Welwyn Hatfield shown within Hertfordshire
The Borough of Welwyn Hatfield shown within Hertfordshire

The election was held alongside an election to Welwyn Hatfield Borough Council.

Haldens[111][112]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Sunny Thusu 1,773 41.4 Increase6.3
Liberal Democrats Ayesha Rohale 1,285 30.0 Decrease7.4
Labour Mike Larkins 1,228 28.7 Increase5.2
Majority 488 11.4 N/A
Turnout 4,286 39.9 Steady0.0
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrats Swing Increase6.8
Handside and Peartree[111][113]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Fiona Thomson 1,800 39.4 Increase11.3
Liberal Democrats Nigel Quinton 1,753 38.4 Decrease9.3
Labour Alan Chesterman 1,015 22.2 Increase4.9
Majority 47 1.0 N/A
Turnout 4,568 38.7 Increase0.3
Conservative gain from Liberal Democrats Swing Increase10.3
Hatfield East[111][114]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Peter Hebden 1,239 44.4 Increase4.6
Labour Glyn Hayes 824 29.5 Decrease6.6
Liberal Democrats Jackie Brennan 730 26.1 Increase17.1
Majority 415 14.9 Increase11.2
Turnout 2,793 30.3 Decrease1.7
Conservative hold Swing Increase5.6
Hatfield North[111][115][116]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative James Bond 1,119 43.9 Increase9.0
Labour Margaret Eames-Petersen 1,029 40.4 Decrease0.9
Liberal Democrats Adam Edwards 220 8.6 Decrease2.3
Abolish the Town Council Party Melvyn Jones 179 7.0 N/A
Majority 90 3.5 N/A
Turnout 2,547 26.7 Decrease0.6
Conservative gain from Labour Swing Increase5.0
Hatfield Rural[111][117]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Stephen Boulton 2,903 74.4 Increase5.8
Labour Graham Beevers 538 13.8 Increase5.5
Liberal Democrats Peter Basford 463 11.8 Decrease5.2
Majority 2,365 60.6 Increase0.3
Turnout 3,904 39.5 Increase4.0
Conservative hold Swing Increase0.2
Hatfield South[111][118]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Paul Zukowskyj 1,293 44.6 Decrease5.9
Conservative Gavriel Solomons 1,011 34.9 Increase5.5
Labour Moyna Aicken 594 20.5 Increase2.7
Majority 282 9.7 Decrease11.4
Turnout 2,898 32.9 Increase0.5
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Decrease5.7
Welwyn[111][119]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Tony Kingsbury 2,674 57.6 Decrease3.3
Labour Daniel Carlen 800 17.2 Increase1.6
Liberal Democrats Frank Marsh 620 13.4 Decrease0.1
Green Penny Berrington 550 11.8 Increase7.1
Majority 1,874 40.4 Decrease4.9
Turnout 4,644 40.8 Increase2.1
Conservative hold Swing Decrease2.5
Welwyn Garden City South[111][120][121]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Marios Artemi 1,761 48.4 Increase9.2
Labour Lynn Chesterman 1,496 41.1 Decrease0.2
Liberal Democrats Christopher Corbey-West 384 10.5 Increase1.8
Majority 265 7.3 N/A
Turnout 3,641 32.1 Increase0.8
Conservative gain from Labour Swing Increase4.7

By-elections

Hitchen South

Hitchin South: 10 March 2022
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Democrats Keith Hoskins 2,401 71.7 +34.0
Conservative Claire Strong 690 20.6 -16.3
Green Deolinda Eltringham 223 6.7 -2.2
CPA Leigh Smith 35 1.0 ±0.0
Majority 1,711 51.1
Turnout 3,363 31.4
Liberal Democrats hold Swing Increase25.2

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