Charnwood borough council: Vacancy in Loughborough Southfields ward after the resignation of Labour councillor Graeme Smith. Term ends 2015.
Lincolnshire county council: Robin Renshaw was elected county councillor for Lincoln East division on 2 August. He wins for the Labour Party a division previously held by the Conservatives. There is also a byelection on 6 September in Nettleham and Saxilby division after the death of Liberal Democrat councillor Ray Sellars. Term ends 2013.
South Holland district council: There were two byelections on 2 August. Peter Coupland, of the Conservative Party, was elected councillor for Fleet ward, while Andrew Tennant was elected councillor for Long Sutton ward. Andrew Tennant succeeds his father Dennis Tennant, and like his father will be an Independent councillor.
West Lindsey district council: Byelection on 6 September in Nettleham ward after the death of Liberal Democrat councillor Ray Sellars. Term ends 2015.
Tendring district council: Byelection on 16 August in St Bartholomews ward after the resignation of Independent councillor Chris Cowlin, who was sponsored by the Holland Residents’ Association. He was elected only in March but has found that he cannot fulfil all the duties of a councillor. Term ends 2015.
Redbridge borough council: Harold Moth, who was elected for the Conservative Party in Fullwell ward, has been expelled from the group. He had previously resigned the whip in 2008 to sit as an Independent but returned in March 2009, and had also left the group in September 2010 but returned a few months after.
Middlesbrough borough council: Vacancy in North Ormesby and Brambles Farm ward after the resignation of Labour councillor Eleanor Lancaster. Term ends 2015.
Rochdale borough council: Philip Bethell, who was elected for the Labour Party in Balderstone and Kirkholt ward, has been suspended from the party and is currently sitting as an Independent councillor.
Denbighshire county council: The High Court has ordered a recount in Prestatyn North division, in order to decide the election petition brought by defeated Labour candidate Paul Penlington against Conservative councillor Allan Pennington. The returning officer announced after the count that ballot papers giving votes for all three Labour candidates were erroneously added to the total for Pennington rather than Penlington.