Carlisle city council: Byelection on 21 June in Harraby ward after the death of Labour councillor Dave Weedall who was the longest serving councillor in the City. Term ends 2014.
Cumbria county council: 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. Term ends 2013.
Liverpool city council: There are two vacancies. Allerton and Hunts Cross ward has a vacant seat after the resignation of Liberal Democrat councillor Vera Best, who has since died. Riverside ward has a seat vacant due to the disqualification of Joe Anderson, the Labour Party group leader, who was elected Mayor. 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 will continue to run the council as a minority administration after losing their majority in the recent elections.
Cornwall council: Chris Pascoe, who was elected as a Liberal Democrat in Threemilestone and Gloweth division, has left the party to sit as an Independent councillor. He is opposed to the budget decision to extend Value Added Tax on the sale of hot food.
Conwy county borough council: A multi-party coalition has been agreed to run the council, with the leader of the council coming from the Plaid Cymru group, and the other members comprising Independent councillors, Labour and the Liberal Democrats. The deal cuts the Conservative group out.
Denbighshire county council: The council will be led by the Independent group leader, with a cabinet consisting of Independents, Conservatives and Plaid Cymru councillors. Labour has decided to form the opposition. The returning officer has notified the candidates of a mistake in the count for Prestatyn North division, in which voted cast for Paul Penlington (Labour) were erroneously tallied for Allan Pennington (Conservative) resulting in his election. The election result can only be altered if an election petition is presented.