Teignbridge: John Petherick and Linda Petherick, who were elected for the Liberal Democrats in Dawlish South West and Dawlish North East wards respectively, have left the party to sit as Independent councillors.
Conwy: Eirias division, after the death of Plaid Cymru councillor Dave Cowans. Term ends 2022.
Craven: Barden Fell ward, after the disqualification of Independent councillor David Pighills. His term was extended to May next year so no byelection will be held. As a result the Conservatives have attained an overall majority on the council.
Epping Forest: Chigwell Village ward, after the resignation of Conservative councillor John Knapman. No byelection will be held as his term was extended to May next year.
In England, all current vacancies which do not fill a term ending in 2021 will be held on 6 May 2021, the ordinary day for local elections. The Cabinet Office has confirmed that local elections teams should not plan on this date being brought forward. In Wales, all byelections will be held in a period between 1 February and 16 April 2021.
Scottish Borders: The byelection due in Leaderdale and Melrose ward, which was originally scheduled for 21 May, then rescheduled for 29 October, has now been put off to 11 March 2021.
Eden: An attempt to remove the Liberal Democrat/Independent/Labour/Green Party coalition administration with a motion of no confidence was defeated on Thursday evening, by 20-16.
Newham: A petition for a referendum on a change away from the directly-elected Mayor system has been ruled invalid, as Coronavirus legislation states it cannot be received until next May. The current Mayor has proposed instead a council resolution which would enable a referendum on 6 May 2021.