Birmingham City Council is staging a local election on May 22. In addition to the 40 seats scheduled to be up for election, two councillors will be elected for the Sutton Trinity Ward following the resignation of former councillor Philip Parkin. That means 41 seats are being contested.
Polls will be open 7am – 10pm with counting taking place immediately and results expected to be declared from midnight.
We’ll be using the hashtag #brumvotes14 throughout the election.
Click on any of the links below to view/download key background documents and information:
- Ward-by-ward infographics
- Ward-by-ward candidates/results
- Background and Prospects
- List of candidates
- List of polling stations
- Electoral Ward Map
- 2010 local election results (when seats last contested)
- 2012 local election results (most recent elections)
Pre-election composition of the Council:
- 28 Con
- 76 Lab
- 15 Lib Dem
- 1 vacancy in Sutton Trinity.
Council seats up for election in 2014:
- 12 Con
- 21 Lab
- 8 Lib Dem