Local Government Elections 3rd May 2018
The Local Government Elections will be held on Thursday 3 May 2018.
A Local Government boundary review took place in 2016 which changed how elections will take place in Birmingham.
From May 2018 elections will be held on an all out basis every 4 years, which means that all Councillors will be elected to their seats at the same time. After the elections in May 2018, Birmingham City Council will be represented by 101 councillors serving 69 wards comprising of 37 single member wards, 32 two member wards.
At the same time, councillors will be elected to the Sutton Coldfield Town Council, and also New Frankley in Birmingham Parish Council.
If you are interested in standing as a candidate at the elections, you can obtain nomination packs from the Elections Office. Briefing sessions for prospective candidates are being held on 7 March at 5:30pm and 16 March at 1pm in the Council House Chamber. To register your interest for one of these sessions, or for more information about becoming a councillor, please email email@example.com.
You can find out more about the boundary review and the new wards within Birmingham