LABOUR gained two out of the three council seats for Emersons Green, with Conservative cabinet member Rachael Hunt the only sitting councillor to be re-elected.
Katrina Al-Hassan topped the poll for Labour, gaining 1,614 votes.
Rachael Hunt was second, with 1,532 votes, 24 ahead of Labour’s Ron Hardie in third, on 1,508 votes.
Former town councillor and Emersons Green deputy mayor Sadik Al-Hassan missed out on joining his wife Katrina, falling 10 votes short of third place with 1,498 votes.
Sitting Conservative councillor Colin Hunt, who had been a district councillor since 1987, ended up in fifth place, with 1,482 votes.
The third Tory candidate, Alka Mehta-Graham, who had been hoping to take over from retiring councillor Judy Adams, ended up in sixth on 1,183 votes.
Green candidate Sian Harris was seventh, with 876 votes, coming in 452 votes ahead of the three Liberal Democrats.
|Katrina Al-Hassan||Labour Party||1614||15%||Elected|
|Rachael Hunt||Conservative Party||1532||14%||Elected|
|Ron Hardie||Labour Party||1508||14%||Elected|
|Sadik Al-Hassan||Labour Party||1498||14%||Not elected|
|Colin Hunt||Conservative Party||1482||14%||Not elected|
|Alka Mehta-Graham||Conservative Party||1183||11%||Not elected|
|Sian Catherine Harris||Green Party||876||8%||Not elected|
|Gabriela Miron||Liberal Democrats||424||4%||Not elected|
|Susan Walker||Liberal Democrats||324||3%||Not elected|
|Laurence Walker||Liberal Democrats||306||3%||Not elected|