Election results

07 May 2019

Horsham District voters went to the polls on Thursday 2 May. 65 Polling Stations were open from 7am to 10pm and the count took place on the afternoon of Friday 3 May at Christ's Hospital Sports Centre, Christ's Hospital, Horsham.

Voters elected 48 District Councillors, up from 44 in the last local elections after a boundary review was carried out. Bramber and Steyning Parish Councils also held a poll.

Average turnout at the elections for District Councillors was 35.1%.

The overall make-up of the Council is now as follows:

  • 32 Conservatives (retains overall control)
  • 13 Liberal Democrats
  • 2 Green Party
  • 1 Independent

The results and turnout figures are available in full on the Council's website.