Following the resignation of Councillor Anne-Marie Canning, a vacancy has arisen in the Carfax Ward.
Following the resignation of Councillor Helen O'Hara, a vacancy has arisen in Cowley Ward.
The two electors have now requested a poll be held. The date of the by-election was Thursday 17 July 2014.
Results are available on our Election Results page.
Election Results - 22 May 2014
Results for the Oxford City Council elections held on Thursday 22 May 2014 were announced during the morning/afternoon of Friday 23 May 2014. Full results are available on our Election Results page.
Results for the European Parliamentary (South East) elections held on Thursday 22 May 2014 were announced on Sunday 25 May 2014 and are available on the Southampton City Council website.
There will be elections to two of the parish councils in the city. The details are set out below.
|PARISH||PARISH WARD||NO. OF COUNCILLORS TO BE ELECTED|
(Total number of councillors to be elected is 14)
|Old Marston||Not warded||12|
For Old Marston Parish Council 14 nominations were received for 12 vacancies and therefore a poll would have taken place on 22 May 2014:
OLD MARSTON PARISH COUNCIL ELECTION ON 22 MAY 2014 HAS BEEN CANCELLED
Due to the death of one of the candidates, Mr Roy Jones, the election of parish councillors to Old Marston on 22 May 2014 has now been cancelled. A new election will be held within 35 days of 22 May at a date to be agreed.
Old Marston Parish election - Re-arranged poll - 26 June 2014
Following the cancellation of the elections to Old Marston Parish due on 22 May 2014 (see above) a new poll date has been set for Thursday 26 June 2014.
|Old Marston Parish election - Results - 26 June 2014|
|Election of Parish Councillors for the Parishes of Oxford City Council Summary of Results - Old Marston (PDF)|
For Blackbird Leys Parish Council there weren't enough candidates nominated to trigger a poll, so all the candidates are elected unopposed:
For further information on these elections, you can email us or telephone the Elections Office during office hours on 01865 249811 or write to the Elections Office, Town Hall, St. Aldate's Oxford, OX1 1BX. The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
For detailed general information on all aspects of electoral matters, visit the Electoral Commission website. The Commission has also established an additional website specific to registering to vote and voter queries about forthcoming elections. Visit the About My Vote website for full details.
Page last updated 23 July 2014