Central Bedfordshire council: In elections on 15 November, the Mayor of Bigglesward Tim Woodward was elected councillor for Biggleswade South ward (holding the seat for the Conservatives), while Alison Graham was elected councillor for Silsoe and Shillington ward. She won as an Independent a seat previously held by the Conservatives.
Chelmsford borough council: Vacancy in Broomfield and The Walthams ward after the death of the longest serving councillor, Delmas Ashford. Ashford was an Independent councillor for most of his career, except for 1999-2011 when he was a Conservative. Term ends 2015.
North Hertfordshire district council: Two new councillors were elected on 15 November. Faye Barnard will represent Hitchwood, Offa and Hoo ward while Julian Cunningham will represent Letchworth South East ward. Both are Conservatives who retained seats previously held by their party.
Norwich city council: There are two byelections on Wednesday 19 December. Crome ward will elect a councillor after the resignation of Labour Party councillor and former Lord Mayor Jenny Lay, who is fighting cancer; the term ends in 2014. Nelson ward will elect a replacement after the resignation of Green Party councillor David Rogers, who has denounced his former party; the term ends in 2016.
St Edmundsbury borough council: Julia Wakelam was elected councillor for Risbygate ward on 15 November. She gains for the Green Party a seat previously held by the Conservatives.
Waveney district council: Graham Catchpole, who is Mayor of Beccles, was elected councillor for Beccles South ward on 15 November. He wins for the Conservatives a seat previously held by Labour, and as a result the Conservative administration now has exactly half the councillors.
Sutton borough council: Byelection on 6 December in Stonecot ward after the resignation of Liberal Democrat councillor Brendan Hudson, who has been elected Chair of NHS Sutton Clinical COmmissioning Board. Term ends 2014.
Hartlepool council: A referendum on 15 November voted to end the system of a directly-elected Mayor, and move instead to executive decisions being taken by council committees. The change will come into effect next year.
Wirral borough council: There are two vacancies, both caused by the deaths of sitting councillors. Heswall ward has a seat vacant after the death of Conservative councillor Peter Johnson; the term ends in 2016. Leasowe and Moreton East ward has a seat vacant after the death of Labour councillor Anne McArdle; the term there ends in 2014.
Vale of White Horse district council: Byelection on 6 December for two seats in Sunningwell and Wootton ward, after the resignation of Jane Crossley and the disqualification of Tim Foggin for failure to attend any meetings of the council in six months. Both of the outgoing councillors were Conservatives and both terms end in 2015.
Wealden district council: The result of the byelection on 15 November in Heathfield North and Central ward is not yet available.
Bournemouth council: Gill Seymour of the Conservative Party was elected councillor for Littledown and Iford ward on 15 November; she retained the seat for her party.
Cornwall council: Byelection on 6 December in Gwinear-Gwithian and St Erth division after the death of Conservative councillor Ray Tovey. Term ends next May. There is also a vacancy in Ludgvan division after the resignation of Independent councillor Irene Bailey due to ill health; as her term had less than six months to run, she will not be replaced in a byelection.
Poole council: Jane Thomas, Conservative Party candidate, was elected on 15 November in Branksome East ward; she held the seat previously held by her party.
Swindon council: Steve Weisinger, of the Conservative Party, held a seat for his party when he was elected councillor for Blunsdon and Highworth ward on 15 November. As a result the Conservatives have regained an overall majority on the council.
Harrogate borough council: David Siddans was elected councillor for Rossett ward in a byelection on 15 November. He gains for the Liberal Democrats a seat previously held by the Conservatives. There is also a byelection on 13 December in Bilton ward after the resignation of Conservative councillor Alec Brown, who is moving to London. Term ends 2015.
Ryedale district council: Dinah Keal, candidate of the Liberal Democrats, was elected councillor for Norton West ward on 15 November. She gains a seat previously held by the Conservative Party.