Local Elections 2024: What are the results for the Midlands?

Labour has taken back control of Redditch Borough Council after six years of Conservative leadership Credit: ITV News Central

Most of the results of the Local Elections 2024 are in after voters across the Midlands went to the polls yesterday.

Votes have been cast to decide the make-up of councils, regional mayors and Police and Crime Commissioners.

Announcements are being made throughout Friday and Saturday, with most having been declared before the start of the weekend.

Here are the results so far:


WATCH: The moment Labour’s Claire Ward is announced as winner of the East Midlands mayoral election, beating Conservative candidate Ben Bradley by a majority of more than 50,000 votes.

  • Leicestershire PCC - Conservative Rupert Matthews narrowly re-elected after beating Labour's Rory Palmer with a vote count of 62,280 versus 61,420.

  • Northamptonshire PCC - Danielle Stone elected the new Labour PCC for Northamptonshire.

  • Nottinghamshire PCC - Labour's Gary Godden has been elected as police and crime commissioner for Nottinghamshire.

  • Derbyshire PCC - Nicolle Ndiweni from the Labour Party has been elected as police and crime commissioner (PCC) for Derbyshire

  • Lincolnshire PCC - Conservative candidate Marc Jones has been elected for a third term.

  • Lincoln - Labour retain control of Lincoln after gaining three seats, leaving the party with 23 of the 33 seats on the council.

  • Peterborough - Remained under no overall control, but Labour became the biggest party after gaining five seats, while the Conservatives lost 11.


  • Redditch - Labour takes back control of Redditch Borough Council after six years of Conservative leadership.

WATCH: Councillor Joe Baker, the new Labour leader of Redditch Borough Council and Councillor Matthew Dormer, former Conservative council leader, react to the results

  • Cannock Chase - Labour gain control from No Overall Control

  • Coventry - Labour retains control of Coventry City Council.

  • Dudley - No overall control

  • Gloucestershire PCC (Expected 5pm)

  • Nuneaton & Bedworth - Labour takes control of Nuneaton & Bedworth Council after the Tories lost 14 councillors, and Labour gained 15.

  • Rugby - Rugby Borough Council remains as No Overall Control.

  • Sandwell Labour hold Sandwell Borough Council

  • Solihull - Conservatives keep control of Solihull.

  • Staffordshire PCC - Conservative Ben Adams re-elected after winning 73,500 votes, with an overall turnout of 19.23%.

  • Tamworth - Labour gain from No Overall Control

  • Walsall - Conservatives retain Walsall Council.

  • Wolverhampton - Labour retains control of City of Wolverhampton Council.

  • Worcester - No Overall Control

  • West Mercia PCC - Conservative John-Paul Campion re-elected with 73,395 votes, compared to Labour's Richard Overton, who secured 63,082 votes.

Talking Politics - the new ITV News podcast to guide you through a massive election year