Here’s where council elections are being held in Sussex this May

Most voters across Sussex will head to the polls in May for district, borough and city council elections.

Thursday, 21st March 2019, 11:09 am
Updated Thursday, 21st March 2019, 11:21 am
Most district and borough councils are holding elections in Sussex in May

Of the county’s 12 second-tier authorities nine are controlled by the Tories, two by Labour and one by the Lib Dems. Brighton and Hove is currently run by Labour.

There are no Adur District Council seats up for election in 2019. The next poll will be in 2020
All 54 seats at Arun are up for election. The Conservatives are by far the largest party with seven Lib Dems, three independents, one Labour and one UKIP councillor.
All seats are up for election. Labour controls the council, but the Conservatives now have the most seats after a defection. The Greens are the third-largest party
All wards are up for election. After a boundary review the number of seats has been reduced to 36. The Conservatives control the council with five Lib Dems and four independents
All seats are up for election after a boundary review. Of the current 37 seats Labour has 20 and the Tories 17. The new number of seats after the review will be 36.
All 27 seats are up for election across the nine wards. The Liberal Democracts currently control the council with 17 councillors
No county council seats are up for election. All wards were contested in 2017, with the next elections in 2021.
No seats are up for election as following a boundary review all seats were contested in 2018. The next elections will take place in 2020
All seats are up for election, with a boundary upping the number from the current 44 to 48. The Conservatives dominate the council with 37 compared to five Lib Dems and two independents
All 41 seats are up for election. The council is controlled by the Conservatives as the largest party with 20 councillors. The Lib Dems have ten, independents eight and Greens three.
All 54 seats are up for election. The Conservatives hold all but one seat, as the Lib Dems won a by-election in Hassocks
All 38 seats are up for election. The Conservatives control the council with 29 councillors. There are five independents, three Lib dems and one vacancy
All seats are up for election. After a boundary review the current 55 councillors across 35 wards will be reduced to 45 councillors representing 41 wards. The Conservatives control the council
No seats are up for election as the last poll was in 2017
All seats are up for election apart from the Durrington and Northbrook wards. The Conservatives control the council with 28 of 37 seats. Labour has five, Lib Dems two, with one UKIP and one independent.