2025 United Kingdom local elections
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  Rishi Sunak Keir Starmer
Leader Rishi Sunak Keir Starmer
Party Conservative Labour
Leader since 24 October 2022 4 April 2020

  Ed Davey Carla Denyer and Adrian Ramsay
Leader Ed Davey Carla Denyer and Adrian Ramsay
Party Liberal Democrats Green
Leader since 27 August 2020 1 October 2021

The 2025 United Kingdom local elections will be held in May 2025.[1] All seats on all 21 county councils in England and 9 unitary authorities in England will be elected.[1]

England

County councils

There are 21 county councils in England. All of them hold whole council elections on a four-year cycle that includes 2025.

Council Details
Cambridgeshire Details
Derbyshire Details
Devon Details
East Sussex Details
Essex Details
Gloucestershire Details
Hampshire Details
Hertfordshire Details
Kent Details
Lancashire Details
Leicestershire Details
Lincolnshire Details
Norfolk Details
Nottinghamshire Details
Oxfordshire Details
Staffordshire Details
Suffolk Details
Surrey Details
Warwickshire Details
West Sussex Details
Worcestershire Details

Unitary authorities

There are sixty-two unitary authorities, which are single-tier local authorities. 9 of them hold whole council elections on a four-year cycle that includes 2025.

Council Details
Buckinghamshire Details
Cornwall Details
County Durham Details
Isle of Wight Details
North Northamptonshire Details
Northumberland Details
Shropshire Details
West Northamptonshire Details
Wiltshire Details

References

  1. ^ All vote shares in the infobox are projected national vote shares calculated by the BBC.
  2. ^ Swing figures are between the BBC national projected vote share extrapolation from 2023 local elections, and the BBC equivalent vote share projection from these local elections held in different areas.
  1. ^ a b "Election timetable in England". GOV.UK. Retrieved 2024-01-31.

See also