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Declarations of Interest

To receive declarations of disclosable pecuniary or non pecuniary interests, arising from business to be transacted at this meeting, from:

 

(a)               all Members of the Committee;

(b)               all other Members present.

Minutes:

RESOLVED:  To note that the following interests were declared:

 

Agenda Item 10 - The Council's Response to COVID 19 - Question and Answer Session with the Leader of the Council and the Chief Executive

 

Councillor Sarah Butterworth, a member of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that she was:

 

-               a teacher at an Academy High School in Harrow 

-               a member of the NEU and the GMB

-               a school NEU Representative

-               a member of the Harrow NEU Committee

-               a member of the NEU Councillor Network

-               an assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Young People and Schools with the remit of ‘youth initiatives’

-               a local authority appointed governor at Whitmore High School.

 

She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

 

Councillor Jean Lammiman, a member of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that she was Chair of Governors at Shaftesbury High School and a Trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People (HAD).  She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

 

Councillor Stephen Greek, a member of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he was employed by the London Assembly and that he was a governor of Weald Rise Primary School.  He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

 

Councillor Dan Anderson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interests in that:

 

-               in his employment, he had helped to raise funds for Northwick Park Hospital;

 

-               he was an assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Community Engagement and Accessibility with the remit of ‘engagement with local groups’ and would not participate in the question and answer session relating to the community and voluntary sector.

 

He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

 

Councillor Chris Mote, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was ‘shielding’ due to the coronavirus pandemic and that, to date, he had not sought or received any support from the Council but that he might require assistance in the future.  He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

 

Mr Ransley, a co-opted Member of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he was Chair of St John Fisher Catholic Primary Academy, Vice-Chair of the Blessed Holy Family Catholic Academy Trust and a governor of St Dominic’s 6th Form College in Harrow.  He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.

 

Councillor Jeff Anderson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was ‘shielding’ due to the coronavirus pandemic and that he was in receipt of services from the Council. He added that he was a Director of Harrow Labour Hall Wealdstone Trust.  He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

 

Ms Mandeep Trivedi, a co-opted member of the Committee, declared an interest in that she was a governor of Stanburn Primary School.  She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.

 

Councillor Honey Jamie, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was ‘shielding’ due to the coronavirus pandemic and that, to date, she had not sought or received any support from the Council.  She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

 

Councillor Kantilal Rabadia, a member of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he was a governor of an early years educational setting and that his son was a pupil at St. Dominic’s College in Harrow.  He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

 

Councillor Ghazanfar Ali, who was not a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a governor of Norbury Primary School.  He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

 

Councillor Rekha Shah, who was not a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was ‘shielding’ due to the coronavirus pandemic.  She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.

 

Councillor Natasha Proctor, who was not a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she had been ‘shielding’ which had ended on 1 June 2020.  She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.

 

Councillor Dr Lesline Lewinson, who was not a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that her father was being cared for in a Care Home in Harrow.  She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.

 

Councillor Vina Mithani, who was not a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that, by virtue of her employment, she had been involved in the work relating to Covid-19.  She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.

 

Councillor Graham Henson, who was not a member of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he was a governor of Alexandra School and a member of the GMB (General, Municipal, Boilermakers) Trade Union.