SUTTON Council will still be under the control of Liberal Democrats after the local 2022 elections.

A total of 55 seats across 20 wards were contested in Sutton.

Carshalton Central, St Helier East, Stonecot, Sutton Central, Sutton South, Sutton West and East Cheam, The Wrythe, Wallington North, and Wallington South, all saw Liberal Democrat victories.

The Liberal Democrats won 29 seats out of a possible 55.

The Conservative party came in second by winning 20 seats.

Following Conservative were Labour and Independent both with three seats each.

Carshalton South Clockhouse, South Beddington Roundshaw, and Sutton North were split between Conservative and Liberal Democrats.

St Helier West was also split between Conservative and Labour.

Here is the breakdown of results in Sutton:

Beddington: Independent

Belmont: Conservative

Carshalton Central: Liberal Democrats

Carshalton South and Clockhouse: Conservative and Liberal Democrats

Cheam: Conservative

Hackbridge: Labour

North Cheam: Conservative

South Beddington and Roundshaw: Liberal Democrats and Conservative

St Helier East: Liberal Democrats

St Helier West: Conservative and Labour

Stonecot: Liberal Democrats

Sutton Central: Liberal Democrats

Sutton North: Liberal Democrats and Conservative

Sutton South: Liberal Democrats

Sutton West and East Cheam: Liberal Democrats

The Wrythe: Liberal Democrats

Wallington North: Liberal Democrats

Wallington South: Liberal Democrats

Worcester Park North: Conservative

Worchester Park South: Conservative

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