Elections results from South Cambridgeshire District Council
The results of South Cambridgeshire District Council’s elections have been announced after residents headed to the polling stations across the district yesterday (Thursday 3 May).
All 45 seats on the Council were up for election. This is a reduction from the previous number of 57, after new wards were established by the independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England.
The number of seats held by each party following the election is:
- Liberal Democrats: 30
- Conservative: 11
- Independent: 2
- Labour: 2
Parish Councils in the following locations also went to the polls: Cambourne, Gamlingay, Great Chishill, Hatley, Little Eversden, Meldreth and Waterbeach.
Full results for the District Council can be found by visiting www.scambs.gov.uk/electionresults2018