2019 Bracknell Forest Borough Council election

The 2019 Bracknell Forest Borough Council election took place on 2 May 2019 to elect members of Bracknell Forest Borough Council in England.

The Conservative Party has controlled the council since its establishment as a unitary authority in 1997.


Bracknell Forest Borough Council will hold local elections on 2 May 2019 along with councils across England as part of the 2019 local elections. The council elects its members in all-out elections, with all its councillors up for election every four years. Councillors defending their seats in this election were previously elected in 2015. In that election, forty-one Conservative councillors and one Labour councillor were elected.

The council has been controlled by the Conservative Party since the unitary authority was created in 1997. The predecessor district council had been controlled by both the Labour and Conservative parties.

Overall results

After the previous election, and immediately before this election, the composition of the council was:The Conservatives held the council losing just three seats with two going to Labour and one to the Liberal Democrats.

Following the 2019 election, the composition of the council was:

Ward results


Binfield with Warfield


Central Sandhurst

College Town

Crown Wood


Great Hollands North

Great Hollands South


Harmans Water

Little Sandhurst and Wellington

Old Bracknell


Priestwood and Garth

Warfield Harvest Ride

Wildridings and Central

Winkfield and Cranbourne