Blackpool council: Jim Elmes was elected councillor for Marton ward, and John Jones was elected in Bloomfield ward, on 3 May. Both were candidates of the Labour Party; in Marton ward the seat was previously held by the Conservatives, while Bloomfield was previously Labour.
Cumbria county council: John McCreesh of the Liberal Democrats was elected county councillor for Kendal Strickland and Fell division on 3 May, holding the seat for his party. There is another byelection on 24 May in Aspatria and Wharrels division after the resignation of Conservative councillor Mike Johnson who has become an employee of the council and would have been disqualified. Both terms end in 2013.
Liverpool city council: Joe Anderson, the Labour Party candidate, was elected Mayor on 3 May. His election as Mayor disqualifies him as a councillor, leaving a vacancy in Riverside ward. There is also a vacancy in Allerton and Hunts Cross ward after the resignation of Liberal Democrat councillor Vera Best, who has since died. Both terms end in 2014.
Eastbourne borough council: Byelection in Meads ward on 31 May after the resignation of Conservative councillor Nigel Goodyear, who is to stand (as an Independent candidate) for Police and Crime Commissioner. Term ends 2015.
Elmbridge borough council: The May election in Esher ward has been postponed to 21 June after the death of Bruce King, who had been nominated as a Labour candidate. The seat is held by the Conservatives.
Hart district council: The Conservatives lost their majority in the May elections, and it is now possible for the Liberal Democrats and Community Campaign Hart to form an administration.
Bradford city council: Labour has exactly half of the seats on the council, but may be able to achieve a majority to take control with the support of Imdad Hussain who was suspended from party membership over his business affairs. A referendum on 3 May decided not to adopt a directly-elected Mayor system.
Aberdeen city council: No party won a majority in the full council elections. Coalition negotiations have started with the Labour group, the largest on the council, reported to be in the driving seat.
Aberdeenshire council: With no overall majority, control of the council is under discussion. The Liberal Democrats, who ran the council in coalition with the Conservatives in the previous term, are said to be offering an alliance to keep the Scottish National Party (now the largest party) out of power.
Midlothian council: Labour and the Scottish National Party have the same number of councillors but an Independent councillor who holds the balance of power has ruled out working with Labour, so it is likely an SNP administration will be formed.