The Conservative Party is now the largest group at Nottinghamshire County Council, winning 31 of 66 seats.

This is short of the 34 seats required for a majority, so the County Council remains in no overall control.

The results were:

  • Conservatives - 31

  • Labour - 23

  • UKIP - 0

  • Liberal Democrats - 1

  • Ashfield Independents - 5

  • Mansfield Independent Forum - 4

  • Independent - 1

  • Other - 1

The results were read out by the Nottinghamshire County Council's Returning officer, Chief Executive Anthony May at County Hall Credit: ITV News Central

The total number of County Council seats has reduced from 67 to 66, following a boundary review by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England. The review has meant that most of the 56 divisions have changed in name, size or both.