Uttlesford: Vere Isham, who was elected for Residents for Uttlesford in Takeley ward, has left the group and is now sitting in the Green Party group. It is also noted that the Thaxted and the Eastons Independent Group has united with Residents for Uttlesford.
Ealing: Hobbayne ward, after the resignation of Labour councillor Lewis Cox, who is disillusioned by local politics. Term ends 2022.
Enfield: Bush Hill Park ward, after the resignation of Independent councillor Will Coleshill, who was elected as a Conservative. Term ends 2022.
Gwynedd: Harlech division, after the resignation of Independent county councillor Freya Bentham. Term ends 2022.
Huntingdonshire: St Neots East ward, after the resignation of Labour councillor Dr Nik Johnson, now Mayor of Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. Term ends 2022.
North Ayrshire: Dalry and West Kilbride ward, after the resignation of Scottish National Party councillor Joy Brahim. Term ends 2022.
Hart: The coalition administration formed by the Liberal Democrats and Community Campaign Hart is continuing to run the council.
Isle of Wight: There are reports that the non-Conservative councillors have formed an alliance and will put forward a single candidate to be the new council leader.
Lancaster: At the annual council meeting, the Labour-led administration was removed and a Green Party leader elected, with support from the Conservatives, Morecambe Bay Independents, and three out of four Eco-Socialist Independents. An Eco-Socialist Independent will be deputy leader.
Worcester: During a period of no overall control, the council constitution required the leader and deputy leader to come from different groups and the committee chairs to be shared between the parties – mandating an all party administration. The new Conservative majority has amended the constitution to allow single-party administration.