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Local Election 2011 results
Labour boosted their majority, with 50 ward seats across the city. The Liberal Democrats lost all of their seats, while the Conservatives now have 5.
A total of 167 candidates stood for election to the 55 city council seats across the 20 Nottingham city council wards. Fifteen city council wards elect three councillors while the other five - Arboretum, Bridge, Dunkirk and Lenton, Leen Valley, Wollaton East and Lenton Abbey - elect two councillors.
You can check the full result for each ward, including the total number of votes cast for each candidate, and the percentage turnout.
There is also a map and a graph showing the state of the parties across the city.
Nottingham voters rejected the Alternative Voting system. Referendum results show that 42,853 voted no and 25,564 voted yes. 69,127 Referendum votes were counted, with 710 rejected.