Broxbourne Borough Council is the local authority for the Broxbourne non-metropolitan district of Hertfordshire, England. Broxbourne is located in the south-east of Hertfordshire, in the East of England region. The Council itself is based in Cheshunt, the largest settlement in the district.
The Council consists of 30 elected members, representing ten electoral wards. All ten wards elect three councillors each.
The Council is currently controlled by the Conservatives, who hold 28 of the 30 seats. Labour held three seats all in the Waltham Cross ward, but a by-election held in March 2017 saw the Conservatives gain the seat from Labour, and a sharp increase in the UKIP vote.
The Conservatives have controlled the council since the first election in 1973, making it the nineteenth safest in the country.
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Broxbourne consists of ten wards.