Election Results from Previous Years
Brentwood Borough Council has 37 seats covering 15 wards. Councillors sit for four years and elections are by 'thirds' meaning a third of the seats are contested each time. As some wards have only one or two councillors, not every ward is contested each time there are local elections. There are no Borough elections scheduled for 2017.
Election results from previous years can be viewed here:
Election results from 2012 onwards can be viewed and are available to download from the Council's information database, DataShare. Please follow the link provided below and select the category Democracy and the dataset Brentwood Borough Council Election Results.
County Council Elections
Elections to Essex County Council are held every four years. There are four 'divisions' in the Brentwood area, each of which has one councillor.
Details of election results from previous years can be found here:
- Essex County Council Election Results 2013
- Essex County Council Election Results 2009
- Essex County Council By-Election Results 2006
- Essex County Council Results 2005
At the General Election held on 7th May 2015, Eric Jack Pickles was returned as the Member of Parliament for the Brentwood and Ongar Constituency. He has announced that he will not be standing for re-election at the Parliamentary election on 8th June 2017.
European Parliamentary Elections
Elections are held every five years. The Brentwood Local Counting area is part of the East of England Region and the election is co-ordinated by the Regional Returning Officer. An election to the European Parliament was held on 22nd May 2014.
East of England Region - European Parliamentary Elections
Seven European Parliament seats have been allocated in the East of England Region. Following the election held in 2014 these seats are held by the following parties:
The Conservative Party - 3 seats
The UK Independence Party - 3 seats
The Labour Party - 1 seat
Parish Council Elections
Parish Council elections are scheduled on a rotational basis over a four-year cycle. Elections are only held if the number of candidates nominated exceeds the number of seats on the Parish Council. Find out more on our dedicated Parish Council Elections page.
Election results from previous years and details of uncontested elections can be viewed here:
Police and Crime Commissioner Elections
Elections to appoint the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Essex Police Area are held every four years. The next election is due to be held in 2020. Find the results of the 2012 and 2016 elections: