The latest information about local council electoral matters is as follows:
Derbyshire county council: Byelection on 16 June in Eckington division after the resignation of Labour councillor Steve Pickering, who has taken a politically restricted post. There will then be a byelection on 7 July in Sawley division after the death of veteran Independent councillor Bill Camm. Both terms end in 2013.
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea: At byelections on 9 June, Louis Mosley was elected councillor for Brompton ward, and Sam Mackover was elected councillor for Queenâ€™s Gate ward. Both are Conservatives and have retained seats for their party.
Wandsworth borough council: Byelection on 30 June in Thamesfield ward due to the resignation of council leader Edward Lister, who has been appointed Chief of Staff to Boris Johnson and Deputy Mayor for Planning. Term ends 2014.
Newcastle-upon-Tyne city council: Two wards have had their elections postponed from 5 May to 16 June due to the deaths of candidates. They are Byker (where the sitting councillor is Labour) and Westerhope (where the Liberal Democrat candidate Neil Hamilton died on polling day).
Cheshire East council: The election in Crewe South division has been postponed to 16 June after the death of Betty Howell, a sitting Liberal Democrat councillor who was seeking re-election.
Wokingham council: Vacancy in Remenham, Wargrave and Ruscombe ward after the resignation of Conservative councillor Claire Stretton, who has moved to Maidenhead and was elected as a councillor for Boyn Hill ward on the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead earlier this month. Term ends 2012.
Aberdeen city council: Byelection on 23 June in Airyhall/Broomhill/Garthdee ward after the resignation of Scott Cassie, who was elected as a Liberal Democrat but sitting as an Independent after being charged with fraud. Term ends 2012.
Edinburgh city council: Impending vacancy in City Centre ward after the 30 June resignation of Scottish National Party councillor David Beckett, who is to attend a course at Harvard. Term ends May next year.
Falkirk council: Sandy Turner was elected councillor for Boâ€™ness and Blackness ward on 9 June, holding the seat for the Scottish National Party.
Highland council: Fiona Robertson was elected councillor for Tain and Easter Ross ward at the byelection on 9 June. She was standing as an Independent and follows a councillor also elected as an Independent, although he had later joined the Scottish National Party group.