Monthly Archive: September 2017

Sep 30 2017

Harrow Council wants your views on where to power up cars

Harrow Council is planning to “power up” its streets with clean and efficient charging stations, thanks to a grant from the Mayor of London. Whether you have already made the switch to an electric car or could be persuaded to by more convenient places to charge one, Harrow Council wants to hear from you. Where …

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Sep 28 2017

1st Roxeth Scout Auction – October 7, 2017

The 1st Roxeth Scouts are holding another of their auctions at the South Harrow Baptist Church on October 7th 2017 from 11.00am. Viewing starts at 10.00am, the sale begins at 11.00am, and should wrap up mid-afternoon. This’ll be your chance to clear our some of your old items, or, indeed, to pick up some new ones! …

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Sep 13 2017

Paul Says: Share Your Thoughts on Harrow’s Police!

Share Your Thoughts on Harrow’s Police! The Borough Commander Simon Ovens has informed me of a public consultation (details below) to discuss the proposals being put forward by the Labour Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan to close many of Harrow’s Police Buildings. I would encourage everyone to attend to have your say and to help …

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Sep 13 2017

Crowdfunding – the answer to our prayers, thinks Council

Harrow Council is trumpeting about crowdfunding again today, in this case, about Rayners Lane: “A crowdfunded project that promises to transform the centre of Rayner’s Lane is on the verge of hitting its £73,000 funding target – thanks to the enthusiasm of local residents and businesses.” The project says: “We are working with a group …

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Sep 08 2017

Bob Says: Harrow Council “covering up” it’s financial mismanagement

Investigation by Bob Blackman MP has uncovered concerning evidence that the Labour-run Harrow Council has failed, he says, in its duty of care for public assets, selling publicly owned land to a private enterprise without any level of transparency or care for taxpayer money. Residents were not advised of the sale and the use of …

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