Amber Valley Borough Council
Upcoming elections
No upcoming election found for this area
2019 European election results
Region East Midlands
Winner
Seats 0
MEPs
EU Referendum Results
Votes for Amber Valley Borough Council
Leave

60.28%

Remain

39.72%

Council result: Leave
East Midlands results for European Parliament election, 2019
Demographics in Amber Valley Borough Council

Unemployment rate

3.9%
Medium
Ranked of 201

Levels of poor health

6%
High
Ranked of 201

Proportion of 16/17 year olds

2.6%
High
Ranked of 201

Age

Housing

Ethnicity

Amber Valley Borough Council
Upcoming elections
No upcoming election found for this area
Current council make-up
Party seats in English Local elections, 2019

Total council seats: 45

Labour
25 seats
Conservative
19 seats
Green Party
1 seats
Other
0 seats
Amber Valley Borough Council results for English Local elections, 2019

Share of election votes

Votes Share Seats won Seats change Seats total
Conservative
9,322 38.0% 8 19
Labour
7,465 30.4% 6 25
Green Party
3,689 15.0% 1 1
Liberal Democrats
2,010 8.2%
UK Independence Party
1,363 5.6%
Other
693 2.8%
Demographics in Amber Valley Borough Council

Unemployment rate

3.9%
Medium
Ranked of 201

Levels of poor health

6%
High
Ranked of 201

Proportion of 16/17 year olds

2.6%
High
Ranked of 201

Age

Housing

Ethnicity

Derbyshire police area
Election on 7 May 2020
There is a Police Commissioner Election for voters in the Derbyshire Police Area. Amber Valley Borough Council is part of the Derbyshire Police Area. In this election voters have a first and second preference vote.
2016 Police Commissioner Election results
Police area Derbyshire
Winner
Commissioner
Derbyshire candidates for Police and Crime Commissioner election, 2020
More information coming soon
Derbyshire results for Police and Crime Commissioner election, 2016

Share of 1st round election votes

Share of 2nd round election votes

Party Round 1 ShareRound 2 Total Share
Hardyal Dhindsa
Labour 66,925 37.5% 11,933 78,858 43.5%
Richard Bright
Conservative 61,741 34.6% 15,504 77,245 56.5%
Stuart Yeowart
UK Independence Party 30,381 17.0%
Tom Snowdon
Liberal Democrats 19,492 10.9%