Labour retains control of Hounslow Council

The results of the 2022 local elections for Hounslow Council are now available.

Published: Tuesday, 3rd May 2022

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The Labour Party remains in overall control of the council, with 52 Councillors, out of a total of 62 seats in 22 wards. The Conservative party won 10 seats.

The turnout for the election was 33.6%. The full results and turnout for each ward are available on the Council’s website.

Returning Officer, and Chief Executive of Hounslow Council, Niall Bolger, said:

“Thank you to everyone who voted. Local elections are one of the most important parts of local democracy.  It’s vital that as many people as possible have had their say on how they would like decisions to be made over the coming four years.

“My thanks go to all those involved in canvassing, staffing polling stations and working overnight at the count. I look forward to working with the members old and new, that make up the new administration.”

At the last local election in 2018, there was a total of 60 wards in the borough. The Labour Party won 50 seats and the Conservative Party won 10 seats. 

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