Sep 20 2013

Harrow Council Reveals New Cabinet Line-up

harrow_council_logoThe new leader of Harrow Council, Cllr Susan Hall, has unveiled her cabinet.

Cllr Hall will take on the role of Cabinet Member for Community Safety and Environment, demonstrating the importance of cleaning up Harrow and making it a safer place to live and work. Cllr Barry Macleod-Cullinane has been confirmed as Deputy Leader, and adopts the Adults and Housing portfolio.

The new Cabinet is as follows:

Cllr. Susan Hall (Leader) – Community Safety and Environment

Cllr. Barry Macleod-Cullinane (Deputy Leader) – Adults and Housing

Cllr. Tony Ferrari – Finance

Cllr. Kamaljit Chana – Business and Enterprise

Cllr. Stephen Greek – Planning, Development and Regeneration

Cllr. Manji Kara – Community and Culture

Cllr. Janet Mote* – Children and Schools

Cllr. Paul Osborn – Communications, Performance and Resources

Cllr. Simon Williams – Health and Wellbeing

Cllr. Stephen Wright – Property and Major Contracts

Cllr Hall said: “This new Conservative Cabinet brings both a wealth of experience and some new faces to the table, all of whom share the ability and determination to deliver a cleaner, safer and fairer Harrow for our residents. Our Cabinet sees the creation of two new positions: a separate portfolio for Health and Wellbeing, in recognition of the Council taking on public health responsibilities from Harrow PCT; and a portfolio for Business and Enterprise, demonstrating this administration’s commitment to supporting local businesses. We also welcome the increased scrutiny that will come from having opposition councillors as non-executive observers on Cabinet, as we’re all keen to be kept on our toes. My colleagues and I are already hard at work, and will be unveiling more of our plans in the coming weeks.”

*Cllr. Christine Bednell will serve as the Portfolio Adviser to Cllr. Mote.

Additionally, Cllr. Thaya Idaikkadar will be appointed as a non-executive member of Cabinet, as will two members of the Labour Group, whose names are to be confirmed.

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  1. commonsense

    This looks like a very talented group of Harrow councillors in these roles ~ good luck to you all ~ everyone with any sense wants to see you achieve a cleaner, safer and fairer Harrow.

  2. Susan Hall

    Thank you. The work has started already. I have just returned from Licensing Inspections with our very talented Licensing Officer Shankar and lots of Police Officers in Wealdstone. We are determined to make Harrow safer, and the strong Police presence on the High Road tonight sent out a strong message. Funding is being secured to bring in new cleaning teams to get Harrow back to how it was when we were last in power. I am determined to deliver on our pledges of cleaner, safer and fairer, and whilst a difficult task we will succeed.

  3. j p hobbs

    I would like to congratulate Cllr Hall on her success and at the same time ask has the Harrow and Wealdstone Station stealth camera now become the Tory stealth camera instead of the Labour Stealth camera , if so now you can do something honest and just about it . , cheers keep dancing .

  4. j p hobbs

    The drop off at Edgware station is a good example it takes little space and works well , there is space for similar at Wealdstone Station . more use than a flower bed , or a small part of the front car park could be a drive thru drop .
    With proper visible signage .

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