Live: Cambridge City Council election results as they happen
Voters have gone to the polls today (Thursday, May 2) to elect candidates to 16 of the 42 Cambridge City Council seats.
The council, which is responsible for services including planning, housing, cultural events, car parks, bin collections and environmental health, is currently under Labour control.
The Liberal Democrats, which has previously run the authority, will be hoping to make gains, as will the Green party. The Conservatives are fielding candidates too, and UKIP is contesting some wards. One Independent candidate, Sam Davies, will stand in Queen Edith’s (visit sam4qe.com).
In Trumpington, there are two candidates to be elected, due to the resignation of Donald Adey, following his move to Scotland. A by-election is also being held in the Trumpington division of Cambridgeshire County Council, following his resignation from that seat too.