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.
Fylde borough council: Byelection on 5 July in Heyhouses ward after the resignation of Conservative councillor Peter Wood. Term ends 2015. His resignation removes, at least temporarily, the Conservative overall majority.
Liverpool city council: There are two byelections on 5 July. Allerton and Hunts Cross ward will elect a councillor after the resignation of Liberal Democrat councillor Vera Best, who has since died. Riverside ward will elect the councillor successor of Joe Anderson, the Labour Party group leader, who was elected Mayor in May. Both terms end in 2014.
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.
Kent county council: James Tansley was elected county councillor for Tunbridge Wells East division on 14 June, holding the seat for the Conservatives.
Wealden district council: William Rutherford was elected councillor for Frant and Withyham ward on 14 June; he holds the seat for the Conservative Party. There is also a vacancy in Polegate North ward after the death of veteran Liberal Democrat councillor Roy Martin. Both terms end in 2015.
Calderdale borough council: Byelection on 19 July in Warley ward after the resignation of Liberal Democrat councillor Keith Hutson. Term ends in 2015. There is an impending vacancy in Calder ward as another Liberal Democrat councillor, Nader Fekri, is moving to Turkey to join his wife; his term is due to end in 2014.
Denbighshire county council: An election petition has been lodged challenging the election of Allan Pennington (Conservative) in Prestatyn North division. The returning officer has admitted that the result as declared was incorrect as Pennington was counted as receiving votes actually given for Paul Penlington (Labour), who should have been elected. The high court is likely now to declare Pennington’s election undue and to seat Penlington.
Gwynedd county council: Beth Lawton, who stood as an Independent, was elected councillor for Bryncrug/Llanfihangel division on 14 June. Her win means that Plaid Cymru will not have an overall majority on the council. No candidates were nominated for the seat at the full council elections in May but it had been represented by an Independent councillor in the previous term.