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Aberdeen – Midstocket and Rosemount

Scottish National Party 1,168 (40.9 per cent, +1.9) Conservatives 672 (23.6 per cent, +9.8), Labour 605 (21.1 per cent, -11.2), Lib Dems 238 (8.3 per cent, +1.9), Green Party 170 (6 per cent, -0.6).

SNP gain from Conservatives. (The previous councillor was elected under PR system and then became independent)

Aberdeen – George Street and Harbour

Scottish National Party 961 (51.2 per cent, +17.5 on 2012), Labour 490 (26.1 per cent, -6.4), Conservatives 195 (10.4 per cent, +3.7), Green Party 136 (7.2 per cent, -0.1) , Lib Dems 96 (5.1 per cent, -4.8)

SNP hold

Cherwell – Banbury Grimsbury and Castle 

Labour 781 (45 per cent, +8.3 from May), Conservatives 661 (38.1 per cent, +3.1), UKIP 150 (8.6 per cent, -6.3), Lib Dems 73 (4.2 per cent, -1.3), Green Party 72 (4.1 per cent, -3.8)

Labour gain from Conservatives

East Ayrshire – Irvine Valley

Scottish National Party 1,797 (49.8 per cent +5.3 on 2012) Conservatives 865 (24.0 per cent +5.8) Labour 860 (23.8 per cent -6.4)
Green Party 88 (2.4 per cent, +2.4)

SNP hold

Fife – Glenrothes West and Kinglassie

Scottish National Party 2,235 (59 per cent, +3.7 on May) , Labour 1,207 (31.9 per cent, -3.9), Conservatives 234 (6.2 per cent, +1.8), Green Party 113 (3 per cent, +3)

SNP hold

Moray – Heldon and Laich

Independent 1,323 (41.1 per cent), Scottish National Party 1,003 (31.1 per cent, +4.2) , Conservatives 703 (21.8 per cent, +6.5), Green Party 192 (6 per cent, -1.4)

Independent hold

Stirling – Stirling East

Scottish National Party 1,311 (45.2 per cent, +12.1 on 2012) Labour 1,094 (37.7 per cent, -6.8) Conservatives 343 (11.8 per cent +4.0)
Green Party 152 (5.2 per cent, +1.0)

SNP hold

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