Labour is still in control of Croydon Council, while increasing their majority, on a turnout of 38%.
The council now consists of 41 Labour and 29 Conservative councillors, having the biggest Labour council group yet for the borough.
This was the first local election since Croydon’s Ward boundaries were changed following a review by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England, with the addition of four Wards.
Labour councillor Stuart Collins who was re-elected in Broad Green, said: “I think positivity is what this town needs. Let us all as councillors respect that and respect each other.
“Let’s all march on together because Croydon has a very ambitious future and Croydon really is the best place in the world.”
To view the elected members for each Ward visit the official Croydon Council webpage.
All of the seats in Tower Hamlets were up for election this year, of which Labour won 42 with 46% of the vote; 20 more seats than 2014, on a turnout of 42%.
The Conservative party got 9.9% of the vote, only winning 2 seats; previous Tower Hamlets council had 5 Conservative councillors.
People’s Alliance lost 17 seats compared to the 2014 elections, only winning 1 this year with 5.7% of the vote.
Tower Hamlets now have their most diverse council yet, with more women councillors than ever before. It’s also the first time for every resident to have a Labour councillor since 1978.
To view the elected members for each Ward visit the official Tower Hamlets Council webpage.
All 54 seats in Lewisham were up for election this year with Labour winning every single one of them.
The Green party won one seat in 2014, which they lost in Thursday.
Brockley now has THREE LABOUR COUNCILLORS. For the first time in 16 years.
— William Cooper (@WillPCooper) May 4, 2018
— Joani Reid (@JoaniReid) May 4, 2018
To view the elected members for each Ward visit the official Lewisham Council webpage.
All 57 seats in Hackney were up for election this year with Labour winning 52 of them, two more than in 2014.
The Conservatives won five seats, one more than the last elections. The Liberal Democrats lost all three seats they previously held.
THREE Labour councillors for Cazenove ward, sweeping out the last of the Lib Dems in Hackney. Well done Sam, Caroline and Anthony. pic.twitter.com/dlxzyqr6Mg
— Hackney Labour (@HackneyLabour) May 4, 2018
To view the elected members for each Ward visit the official Hackney Council webpage.