2012 Local Election Results

‘State of The Parties’ with all 40 wards declared: (one seat in each ward up for election in 2012)

Labour 77  (+20)

Conservative  28 (-11)

Lib Dem 15 (-9)

Labour gain overall control of Birmingham City Council from Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition.

Share of the vote: (51% Labour, 24% Conservative,  14% Liberal Democrat)


Acocks GreenAstonBartley GreenBillesleyBordesley Green
BournvilleBrandwoodEdgbastonErdingtonHall Green
Handsworth WoodHarborneHodge HillKingstandingKings Norton
LadywoodLongbridgeLoz & East HandsworthMoseley & Kings HeathNechells
NorthfieldOscottPerry BarrQuintonSelly Oak
Shard EndSheldonSohoSouth YardleySparkbrook
SpringfieldStechford and Yardley NorthStockland GreenSutton New HallSutton Four Oaks
Sutton TrinitySutton VeseyTyburnWashwood HeathWeoley

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