The results for Hull’s local elections were declared in the early hours of Friday 6 May at the Guildhall.
The Liberal Democrat group has gained control of Hull City Council, with 29 seats out of a total of 57.
The political make-up of the council is now:
- Liberal Democrat Group 29
- Labour Group 27
- Non-aligned 1
Full data is available on the interactive Hull local elections map
Hull’s local elections as they happened…
02:32: Longhill & Bilton Grange Ward: Lib Dem gain (Tim Kemp)
02:28: Marfleet Ward: Labour hold (Patrick Wilkinson)
02:25: Southcoates Ward: Labour hold (Anna Marie Thompson)
02:23: Drypool Ward: Lib Dem hold (Linda Chambers)
02:19: Sutton Ward: Lib Dem gain (Terence Keal)
02:16: Holderness Ward: Lib Dem hold (Jackie Dad)
02:11: Beverley & Newland Ward: Lib Dem hold (David McCobb)
02:09: Orchard Park Ward: Labour hold (Deborah Matthews)
02:04: North Carr Ward: Labour hold (Anita Harrison)
02:00: Bricknell Ward: Labour gain (Sarah Harper)
01:55: Avenue Ward: Labour hold (Marjorie Brabazon)
01:50: Pickering Ward: Lib Dem hold (Tracey Henry)
01:45: University Ward: Lib Dem gain (Holly Burton)
01:31: The sixth result has just been declared.
West Carr Ward: Lib Dem hold (Robert Pritchard)
01:11: For detailed ward-by-ward results, see the interactive Hull local elections map
01:03: St Andrew’s & Docklands Ward: Labour hold (Leanne Fudge)
00:59: Derringham Ward: Lib Dem hold (Cheryl Payne)
00:51: Boothferry Ward: Lib Dem hold (Maria Coward)
00:40: The official turnout figure for Hull’s local elections has been confirmed as 23.5%
00:39: The second result has been announced.
Newington & Gipsyville: Labour hold (Lynda Petrini).
00:12: The first result has been announced by returning officer Matt Jukes.
Central Ward: Labour hold (Aneesa Akbar)
23:31: Declarations will take place in the Guildhall’s Council Chamber, with the first results expected after midnight.
22:36: The first box is tipped…
22:10: The ballot boxes have begun to arrive
22:00 The polls have now closed and counting will get under way at the Guildhall.
The current political make-up of the council is:
- Labour Group: 29
- Liberal Democrat Group: 26
- Conservative Group: 1
- Non-aligned: 1
There are 19 wards with elections this year, comprising 11 Labour seats, 7 Liberal Democrat seats and 1 Conservative seat.
There are no scheduled elections in Ings and Kingswood wards.
Results for each ward will be declared throughout the night. To get the latest updates: