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All 60 seats to Bromley London Borough Council
31 seats needed for a majority
After the election, the composition of the council was:
The Liberal Democrats lost all four of their seats on Bromley Council to Labour in the Cray Valley East, Crystal Palace and Clock House wards. UKIP gained two seats from the Conservative Party in Cray Valley West.
|Party||Seats||Gains||Losses||Net gain/loss||Seats %||Votes %||Votes||+/−|
|Conservative||Melanie May Stevens||1,282||22.2||+0.1|
|Liberal Democrats||Colin Gostt||501||8.6||-7.7|
|Liberal Democrats||Robert Shekyls||428||7.4||-8.6|
In January 2018, both incumbent councilors defected from the Conservative Party to sit as Independents due to the de-election of Cllr Stevens.
|Liberal Democrats||William Ritchie||45||2.3||-8.5|
- Patterson, Doug (14 April 2014). "Notice of Election - London Borough of Bromley Election of Councillors". London Borough of Bromley Website. London Borough of Bromley. Retrieved 14 May 2014.
- "Elections 2014 - Local Council Elections - Results 2014". London Borough of Bromley website. London Borough of Bromley. Retrieved 24 May 2014.
- Grafton-Green, Patrick (24 May 2014). "UPDATE: Conservatives hold majority on Bromley Council while UKIP gain two seats". Bromley News Shopper online. Retrieved 27 May 2014.
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