Labour are firmly in charge at Norwich City Council after increasing their majority from 13 to 23.
The Green Party have long been the main opposition group in Norwich but has been in decline in recent years. Labour took five seats from them in this election reducing the party to a rump of just five councillors.
Norwich has been a Labour council for most of its existence but was briefly controlled by the Liberal Democrats from 2002-04.
Early turnout figures in the council elections in the Anglia region suggest only a third of voters bothered to cast their ballot.
All the political parties will be weighing up gains and losses in local elections across the Anglia region.
Counting will start at 10pm across the Anglia region in the local council election with results coming through in the early hours of Friday.