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Electoral ward changes in Suffolk Coastal become law - new ward arrangements for Suffolk Coastal became law on 16 December 2014 and will come into force at the local elections in May 2015.

Suffolk Coastal will be represented by 42 councillors in May - thirteen fewer than currently. Those councillors will represent eleven single-member wards, fourteen two-member wards and one three-member ward across the district - 26 electoral wards in total. View maps of the electoral wards and parishes for the May 2015 elections.

Suffolk Coastal currently has 55 councillors representing 34 electoral wards. The Council is Conservative controlled with the Conservatives holding 44 seats, the Liberal Democrats 5 seats, Labour 4 seats and Independent councillors 2 seats.