Kingston-upon-Hull: Newington and Gipsyville ward, after the death of Labour councillor and former Lord Mayor Pete Allen. He will not be replaced in a byelection as his term was extended to May next year.
Manchester: Clayton and Openshaw ward, after the resignation of Independent councillor Kenneth Dobson. Term ends 2022.
Stockton-on-Tees: Western Parishes ward, after the disqualification of Conservative councillor Andrew Stephenson who failed to attend any meetings in six months. Term ends 2023.
Vale of White Horse: Grove North ward, after the resignation of Independent councillor Ruth Molyneaux, who was elected for the Liberal Democrats. Term ends 2023.
Wirral: New Brighton ward, after the resignation of Labour councillor and former council leader Pat Hackett. Term ends 2023.
Wirral: Rock Ferry ward, after the resignation of Independent councillor Bill Davies, who was elected for the Labour Party. No byelection will be held as his term was extended to May next year.
Wrexham: Maesydre division, after the resignation of Labour councillor Paul Jones. Term ends 2022.
Dates for byelections
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.
Highland: The byelection due in Aird and Loch Ness ward, which had been scheduled for 5 November, has been postponed to a date in 2021.