Tunbridge Wells: The byelection in Speldhurst and Bidborough ward held on 25 November was won by Matthew Sankey. Tunbridge Wells Alliance gain from Conservative. The result may endanger the Conservative minority administration.
Wandsworth: The byelection in Bedford ward held on 25 November was won by Sheila Boswell. Labour hold by a majority of one vote.
West Suffolk: The byelection in Horringer ward held on 25 November was won by Nicholas Wiseman. Conservative hold.
Wigan: The byelection in Bryn ward held on 25 November was won by Samuel Flemming. Labour gain from Independent.
Wirral: The byelection in Oxton ward held on 25 November was won by Orod Osanlou. Liberal Democrat hold.
Ashford: Highfield ward, after the death of Conservative councillor Gerald White. Term ends 2023.
Birmingham: Stockland Green ward, after the death of Labour councillor Penny Holbrook. As her term was due to end in May, she will not be replaced in a byelection.
Camden: Camden Town with Primrose Hill ward, after the resignation of Labour councillor Lazzaro Pietragnoli who was unveiled as the author of a secret Twitter account. His term was due to end in May so no byelection will be held.
Essex: Rayleigh North division, after the death of Liberal Democrat county councillor Craig Cannell. Term ends 2025.
Moray: Elgin City North ward, after the resignation of Scottish National Party councillor Paula Coy. Her term was due to end in May so there will be no byelection.
Rochford: Downhall and Rawreth ward, after the death of Liberal Democrat county councillor Craig Cannell. Term ends 2023.
Wealden: Hailsham South ward, after the resignation of Conservative councillor Kevin Balsdon. Term ends 2023.
Dates for byelections
Ashford: The byelection due in Highfield ward will be held on 16 December.
East Lothian: The byelection due in Preston, Seton and Gosford ward will be held on 20 January 2022.
Gedling: The byelection due in Cavendish ward will be held on 6 January 2022.
Renfrewshire: The much-delayed byelection in Paisley Southeast ward, which had been called for 14 December, has now been cancelled. Disqualified councillor Paul Mack has lodged a further appeal with the Court of Session and on legal advice the Returning Officer has concluded that the byelection cannot proceed.