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City Council by-election results – 6 May 2021

The Council House
Published: Friday, 7th May 2021

Here are the results of four Birmingham City Council by-elections, held on Thursday 6 May 2021.

This page will be updated as results are declared on Friday 7 May 2021, so please keep checking back for details.

For those interested in the West Midlands Combined Authority mayoral election and the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner election, results are declared on Saturday 8 May 2021 so please check the WMCA elects website and West Midlands PCC website for full details.

Billesley ward:

Candidates and results
Candidate Party Votes
Bishop, Ian Reform UK 42
Carlisle, Katherine Labour Party 2,553
Dalton, James Independent 64
Felton, Clair Conservative Party 1,534
Goss, John Freedom Alliance. No Lockdowns. No Curfews 49
Haq, Abdul Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 34
Neal, Ian Liberal Democrats 91
Peacock, Joseph Michael Green Party 252
Rashid, Nadia Independent 107
  Rejected ballot papers 45

Turnout: 33.32%

Labour hold

Hall Green North ward:

Candidates and results
Candidate Party Votes
Flynn, Eamonn Kevin Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 55
Garghan, Chris Green Party 246
Gupta, Pranav Kumar Conservative Party 819
Harvey, Bob Independent 833
Spruce, Andy Liberal Democrats 242
Suleman, Saima Labour Party 2,542
  Rejected ballot papers 64

Turnout: 30.24%

Labour hold

Oscott ward:

Candidates and results
Candidate Party Votes
Ahmed, Uzma Labour Party 1,086
Bunting, Joshua John Liberal Democrats 238
Craddock, Benjamin Thomas Frank Green Party 165
Green, Graham Geoffrey Independent 112
Sandhu, Darius Conservative Party 1,981
Woodley, Ted Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 58
  Rejected ballot papers 52

Turnout: 24.83%

Conservative gain

Quinton ward:

Candidates and results
Candidate Party Votes
Beck, Peter Charles Green Party 323
Garrett, Stephanie Larissa Liberal Democrats 182
Kidney, Elaine Labour and Co-operative Party 2,344
Stanford, Dominic Conservative Party 2,728
Wroe, Mia Trade Unionist and Socialist Coalition 27
  Rejected ballot papers 43

Turnout: 36.87%

Conservative gain

Therefore, the new composition of the city council is as follows:

Council composition May 2021
Party Number of seats
Labour 65
Conservative 27
Liberal Democrats 8
Green 1
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