The latest updates on local electoral information are as follows.
Argyll and Bute: The byelection in Oban North and Lorn ward on 18 February was won by Julie McKenzie. The Scottish National Party gains a seat previously held by an Independent councillor who was a supporter of Argyll First.
Broxtowe: The byelection in Greasley ward on 18 February was won by Eddie Cubley. Conservative hold.
Broxtowe: The byelection in Toton and Chilwell Meadows ward on 18 February was won by Stephanie Kerry. Conservative hold.
Cambridgeshire: The byelection in Sutton division on 18 February was won by Lorna Dupre. Liberal Democrat gain from the Conservatives.
Chiltern: The byelection in Amersham Town ward on 18 February was won by Jules Cook. Conservative gain from Liberal Democrat; the new councillor is the daughter of the former councillor Davida Allen whose death caused the byelection.
Flintshire: The byelection in New Brighton division on 18 February was won by Sara Parker. Liberal Democrat hold.
Lichfield: The byelection in Chadsmead ward on 18 February was won by Paul Ray. Liberal Democrat hold.
Kingston upon Hull: Richard Barrett, who was elected for the UK Independence Party in Southcoates East ward, has left the party and announced he is seeking to join the Labour Party. It is not yet clear whether he will be accepted, and he currently sits as an Independent councillor.
Mendip: Bente Height, who was elected for the Conservatives in Shepton East ward, has left the party to sit as an Independent councillor over the party’s acceptance of a donation connected to a controversial planning application.
City of London Corporation: Lime Street ward, following the resignation of Robert Howard (a non-partisan common councilman). Term ends 2017.
City of London Corporation: Tower ward, following the resignation of Gerald Pulman (a non-partisan common councilman). Term ends 2017.
Colchester: Stanway ward, after the resignation of Highwoods and Stanway Independent Group councillor Laura Sykes (who was elected for the Liberal Democrats). As her term would have ended in May, she will not be replaced in a byelection.