Local elections 2018: Map of the 150 English local authorities with elections on 3rd May

Posted On: 
27th April 2018

Dods People has created a map to highlight the 150 local authorities which have elections on Thursday 3rd May and details on what's up for grabs.


This includes all seats in the 32 London boroughs. Four London boroughs also have directly-elected mayors to be chosen on the same day, as well as mayoral contests in Watford and the Sheffield City Region of South Yorkshire.

Four metropolitan boroughs also have their seats up for election following boundary changes; the Labour strongholds of Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Newcastle upon Tyne.

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Additionally 30 metropolitan boroughs, 17 unitary authorities, 13 non-metropolitan districts and 54 district councils also elections on the day.

Zoom in and out of the map below and click for details of what is being contested in highlighted areas. 

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