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Meeting:  Thursday 30 May 2019 6.30 pm - Cabinet

9. Regeneration Programme Update - Building a Better Harrow

  • Councillor Paul Osborn - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Osborn declared a non-pecuniary interest and would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 4 June 2019 7.30 pm - Overview and Scrutiny Committee

7. Community Safety, Violence, Vulnerability and Exploitation Strategy - Annual Refresh, Youth Offending Team (YOT) Plan, Knife Crime Action Plan

  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth, a member of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that she worked in a school that was mentioned in the reports. She added that she had also been a member of the Review Group which had conducted a review into Preventing Youth Violence. Councillor Butterworh added that she had been appointed as Portfolio Holder Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Young people and Schools with the remit on 'Youth Initiatives' and would be briefed on this role in June 2019. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 4 June 2019 7.30 pm - Overview and Scrutiny Committee

8. Final Report of the Scrutiny Review of Highways Maintenance

  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth, a member of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that she worked in a school that was mentioned in the reports. She added that she had also been a member of the Review Group which had conducted a review into Preventing Youth Violence. Councillor Butterworh added that she had been appointed as Portfolio Holder Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Young people and Schools with the remit on 'Youth Initiatives' and would be briefed on this role in June 2019. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 4 June 2019 7.30 pm - Overview and Scrutiny Committee

9. Scrutiny Review into Preventing Youth Violence

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Chris Mote and Sachin Shah, members of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they had been members of the Review Group which had conducted a review into Preventing Youth Violence. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sachin Shah - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Chris Mote and Sachin Shah, members of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they had been members of the Review Group which had conducted a review into Preventing Youth Violence. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth, a member of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that she worked in a school that was mentioned in the reports. She added that she had also been a member of the Review Group which had conducted a review into Preventing Youth Violence. Councillor Butterworh added that she had been appointed as Portfolio Holder Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Young people and Schools with the remit on 'Youth Initiatives' and would be briefed on this role in June 2019. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 June 2019 7.30 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

13. Information Report: Public Health Forward Plan

  • Councillor Vina Mithani - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Vina Mithani, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she worked for Public Health England. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 20 June 2019 6.30 pm - Cabinet

9. Revenue and Capital Outturn 2018/19

  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - A family member was in receipt of adult social care.

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

6. Public Questions

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

7. Petitions

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

8. Deputations

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

13. Any Other Urgent Business

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

4. Appointment of Advisers

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

3. Appointment of Vice Chair

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

9. Information Report - Petitions

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

10. Parking Management and Enforcement Strategy

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

11. Information Report - Transport Local Implementation Plan, Road Safety Strategy and Sustainable Transport Strategy

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Tuesday 25 June 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

12. Information Report - Traffic and Parking Schemes Programme Update - 2019/20

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and lived in Stanmore. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Labour Party and that the Harrow West Labour Party premises was situated in Byron Road, a road that was the subject of a deputation (Minute 45 (2) refers) titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ which was to be presented by representatives of London Kalibari. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. This declaration applied to all Labour Members on the Panel, namely Councillors Lee, Miles and Suresh. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. It was clarified that the premises occupied by London Kalibari at 18 Byron Road was rented from a member of the Labour Party (trustee).
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. Additionally, he would be submitting a petition (Minute 44 refers) relating to ‘Bus Stand and obstructions at entrance to Nugents Park’, which was situated in his Ward. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. During consideration of the item on Deputations, Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he used a garage in the area referred to in the second deputation, titled ‘24/7 Parking Restriction at Byron Road and Oxford Road, Harrow, HA3 7ST’ (Minute 45(2) refers) which was also affected by the parking. Councillor Sasi Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a user of the Kalibari Centre (Minute 45(2) refers).

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 June 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 June 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

11. Any Other Urgent Business

  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 June 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

10. Pension Fund Committee - Performance Dashboard and Update on Regular Items

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 June 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

9. London Borough of Harrow Pension Fund: Draft Annual Report and Financial Statements for the year ended 31 March 2019

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 June 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

13. Pension Fund Committee - Performance Dashboard and Update on Regular Items

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 June 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

14. Actuarial Valuation 2019

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 June 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

15. Investment Strategy Workplan

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and advise the Committee. Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, prospective non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He added that he had clients who had invested in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). Additionally, he knew the new Chief Investment Officer, including his successor. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 9 July 2019 7.30 pm - Overview and Scrutiny Committee

4. Question and Answer Session with the Leader of the Council and Chief Executive

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - During the question and answer session, Councillor Chris Mote, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his wife, Councillor Janet Mote, had met the Inspection Team in relation to the inspection of The Local Area (LA, CCG and NHS) for the SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) Reforms, during the introductory and feedback meetings. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - During the question and answer session, Councillor Jean Lammiman, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she had recently been interviewed in relation to the inspection of The Local Area (LA, CCG and NHS) for the SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) Reforms, an inspection which had been conducted by Ofsted. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 10 July 2019 6.30 pm - Major Developments Panel

3. Declarations of Interest


Meeting:  Wednesday 10 July 2019 6.30 pm - Major Developments Panel

9. Stanmore, Canons Park and Rayners Lane Car Parks

  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Non Pecuniary - During the course of the meeting, Councillor Stephen Greek declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was employed by the London Assembly. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

1. Declarations of Interest

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

2. Minutes

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

3. Public Questions, Petitions and Deputations

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

4. Petitions

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

5. Deputations

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

10. Any Other Business

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

6. Pension Fund Committee Meeting - 26 June 2019

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

7. Pension Administration Performance Monitoring

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

8. London Borough of Harrow Pension Fund: Draft Annual Report and Financial Statements for Year Ended 31 March 2019

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

9. Pension Board Work Programme 2019-20

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Cabinet

14. School Organisation Update

  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was Chair of Governors at Chairman Shaftesbury High School for Special Needs and was interviewed by the Ofsted inspector for Harrow SEND Review. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 11 July 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Board

3. Appointment of Vice Chair

  • Gerald Balabanoff - Non Pecuniary - Gerald Balabanoff declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was in receipt of a Harrow pension. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

2. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

3. PROCEDURAL MOTIONS

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

4. PETITIONS

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

5. PUBLIC QUESTIONS

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

6. LEADER AND PORTFOLIO HOLDERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

15. QUESTIONS WITH NOTICE

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

16. MOTIONS

  • Councillor Ajay Maru - - Councillor Ajay Maru declared an interest in Motion 4 – High Stakes Testing in Primary Schools in that his wife was a Headteacher.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan declared a pecuniary interest in Motion 4 – High Stakes Testing in Primary Schools in that she was a teacher and a member of the NEU and would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Dr Antonio Weiss - Pecuniary - Councillor Dr Antonio Weiss declared a pecuniary interest Motion 4 – High Stakes Testing in Primary Schools and would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Janet Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in Motion 4 – High Stakes Testing in Primary Schools in that she was a member of the NEU.
  • Councillor Kamaljit Chana - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Kam Chana declared a non-pecuniary interest in Motion 2 – Declaring a Climate Emergency in that he worked for a car company.
  • Councillor Michael Borio - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Michael Borio declared a non-pecuniary interest in Motion 3 – Proper Funding for Public Services? in that he worked for Department for Education.
  • Councillor Michael Borio - Pecuniary - Councillor Michael Borio declared a pecuniary interest in Motion 4 – High Stakes Testing in Primary Schools and would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stephenson declared a non-pecuniary interest in Motion 2 – Declaring a Climate Emergency in that he was a member of Friends of the Earth and Marine Conservation.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth declared a pecuniary interest in Motion 4 – High Stakes Testing in Primary Schools in that she was a teacher and a member of the NEU and would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Stephen Greek declared a non-pecuniary interest in Motion 3 – Proper Funding for Public Services in that he was employed by the London Assembly.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in Motion 2 – Declaring a Climate Emergency in that she was a member of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) and the Natural History Society.
  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

7. STATEMENT BY THE CHAIR OF THE GOVERNANCE, AUDIT, RISK MANAGEMENT AND STANDARDS COMMITTEE

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

8. COMMUNITY SAFETY PLAN

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

9. YOUTH JUSTICE PLAN

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

13. INFORMATION REPORT - DECISIONS TAKEN UNDER THE URGENT ACTION PROCEDURE - COUNCIL

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

11. APPOINTMENT OF CO-OPTEE TO THE PENSION FUND COMMITTEE

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

14. INFORMATION REPORT - DECISIONS TAKEN UNDER THE URGENCY PROCEDURE - EXECUTIVE

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

12. CONSTITUTION UPDATE

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

10. 2 YEAR BUDGET STRATEGY 2020/21 TO 2021/22

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 18 July 2019 7.30 pm - Council

10b LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN 3

  • Councillor Susan Hall - - Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that she was a Greater London Authority (GLA) Assembly Member and the Mayor of London may get mentioned during the course of the meeting.

Meeting:  Thursday 25 July 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

9. Update on Primary Care Networks and the Integrated Care Partnership

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - He was a patient at the Pinn Medical Centre. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Christine Robson - Non Pecuniary - During the course of the meeting, Councillor Christine Robson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a patient at the St Peter’s Medical Centre. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Janet Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a patient at the Pinn Medical Centre. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 4 September 2019 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

12.(a) 2/01 12 Courtfield Crescent - P/1219/19

  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Pecuniary - Councillor Thakker declared a pecuniary interest in that he owned a property in the vicinity of the proposed development site. He intended to leave the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon but in the event the item was deferred pending a site visit.

Meeting:  Wednesday 11 September 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

AGENDA - PART I

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 11 September 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon, Council’s Advisers to the Fund, and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He had also met with the asset management firm, CQS. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 11 September 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

8. Any Other Urgent Business

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon, Council’s Advisers to the Fund, and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He had also met with the asset management firm, CQS. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 11 September 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

7. Pension Fund Committee - Performance Dashboard and Update on Regular Items

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon, Council’s Advisers to the Fund, and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He had also met with the asset management firm, CQS. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 11 September 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

10. Pension Fund Committee - Performance Dashboard and Update on Regular Items

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon, Council’s Advisers to the Fund, and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He had also met with the asset management firm, CQS. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 11 September 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

11. Actuarial Valuation 2019

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 11 September 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

12. Investment Strategy Review Outline

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with Aon, Council’s Advisers to the Fund, and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He had also met with the asset management firm, CQS. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Thursday 12 September 2019 6.30 pm - Cabinet

14. London's Blueprint for a whole systems approach to Women in contact with the Criminal Justice System


Meeting:  Thursday 12 September 2019 6.30 pm - Cabinet

8. Disposal of Vaughan Road Car Park


Meeting:  Monday 16 September 2019 7.30 pm - Overview and Scrutiny Committee

7. Harrow Walk-in Centre Strategy Update

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non pecuniary interest in that he was a patient at a Walk-in Centre listed in the report. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a patient at Pinn Medical Centre which was listed in the report. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson declared a non pecuniary interest in that he was a patient at Pinn Medical Centre which was listed in the report. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Monday 16 September 2019 7.30 pm - Governance, Audit, Risk Management and Standards Committee

12. INFORMATION REPORT - Internal Audit Red Assurance Reports

  • Councillor David Perry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor David Perry declared a non pecuniary interest in that he had been Leader of the Council during part of the period covered by the update report. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Kanti Rabadia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Kanti Rabadia declared a non pecuniary interest in that he had previously appealed to the Ombudsman with regard to the subject matter. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 19 September 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

11. NWL CCGs Commissioning Reform update

  • Councillor Graham Henson - Non Pecuniary - During discussion, Councillor Graham Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Chair of the STP Partnership Board. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 25 September 2019 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

3. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Pecuniary - Councillor Ferry declared a pecuniary interest in that he was the Portfolio Holder for Regeneration, Planning and Employment and the Economic Development unit, Harrow Council, was the applicant. He left the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 25 September 2019 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

12.(d) 2/03 St Johns Road Car Park, St Johns Road HA1 2EF - P/3512/19

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Pecuniary - Councillor Ferry declared a pecuniary interest in that he was the Portfolio Holder for Regeneration, Planning and Employment. He would leave the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 23 October 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee, a member of the Panel, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 23 October 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

10. Harrow View / Headstone Drive / Headstone Road junction improvement (Goodwill to All) - Progress Update

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia, a member of the Panel, declared a non- pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Canons and owned a property in Headstone Lane. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Simon Brown - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Simon Brown, who was not a member of the Panel but would be back-benching on this item, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Headstone South Ward Councillor and lived in a street within the proposal which would be impacted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 23 October 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

12. Information Report - Traffic and Parking Schemes Programme Update - 2019/20

  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley, a member of the Panel, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End and roads in his Ward were referenced in the report. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 13 November 2019 7.30 pm - Licensing Panel

5. Application for a new Premises Licence for Imlee Tree, 66-68 Pinner Green, Pinner, Middlesex HA5 2AB

  • Councillor Paul Osborn - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Paul Osborn declared a non-pecuniary in that he was a Ward Councillor for Pinner where the premises were situated. He would remain in the room to represent the objectors.

Meeting:  Tuesday 19 November 2019 6.30 pm - Major Developments Panel

8. Car Park Rear of Canons Park Station, Donnefield Avenue, Edgware

  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Stephen Greek declared a non pecuniary interest in agenda items 8, 9 and 10 in that he was employed by the London Assembly. He would remain in the room whilst the proposals were being presented and discussed.

Meeting:  Tuesday 19 November 2019 6.30 pm - Major Developments Panel

9. Rayners Lane Station Car Park, High Worple, Harrow

  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Stephen Greek declared a non pecuniary interest in agenda items 8, 9 and 10 in that he was employed by the London Assembly. He would remain in the room whilst the proposals were being presented and discussed.

Meeting:  Tuesday 19 November 2019 6.30 pm - Major Developments Panel

10. Stanmore Station Car Park

  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Stephen Greek declared a non pecuniary interest in agenda items 8, 9 and 10 in that he was employed by the London Assembly. He would remain in the room whilst the proposals were being presented and discussed.

Meeting:  Wednesday 18 December 2019 5.00 pm - Pension Fund Committee

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 18 December 2019 5.00 pm - Pension Fund Committee

9. Urgent Business

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 18 December 2019 5.00 pm - Pension Fund Committee

7. Pension Fund Committee - Performance Dashboard and Update on Regular items

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 18 December 2019 5.00 pm - Pension Fund Committee

11. Pension Fund Committee - Performance Dashboard and Update on Regular items

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 18 December 2019 5.00 pm - Pension Fund Committee

8. Competition and Markets Authority Order: Setting Investment Consultant Objectives

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 18 December 2019 5.00 pm - Pension Fund Committee

12. Actuarial Valuation 2019 Update

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 18 December 2019 5.00 pm - Pension Fund Committee

13. Investment Strategy Review Update

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 18 December 2019 5.00 pm - Pension Fund Committee

13. Matters Arising from the Minutes of the Meeting held 11 September 2019

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Director of Cathedral Independent Financial Planning Ltd., and that he had clients who were past and present members of the Harrow Pension Scheme. His wife was a member of Harrow Council’s Pension Scheme. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 9 January 2020 6.30 pm - Cabinet

4. Public Questions


Meeting:  Thursday 9 January 2020 6.30 pm - Cabinet

5. Councillor Questions

  • Councillor Richard Almond - Non Pecuniary - A member of St Lukes Parish Church which would be affected by the works in Waxwell Lane Car Park.

Meeting:  Thursday 9 January 2020 6.30 pm - Cabinet

11. School Organisation - Community School Admissions Arrangements for 2021/2022 and SEND Place Planning


Meeting:  Thursday 16 January 2020 6.00 pm - Licensing and General Purposes Committee

3. Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places

  • Councillor Ramji Chauhan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ramji Chauhan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Councillor in the Harrow Weald ward which could potentially involve changing polling stations. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 16 January 2020 7.30 pm - Council

6. LEADER AND PORTFOLIO HOLDERS' ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Councillor Susan Hall - Non Pecuniary - She was a GLA Assembly Member and the Mator of London had been mentioned during the Leader's Announcements.

Meeting:  Wednesday 29 January 2020 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of the Forum, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Portfolio Holder for Finance and Resources. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan, a member of the Forum, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Teachers’ Union, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 29 January 2020 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

15. Health & Safety Report Annual Report

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 7, 8 and 9. In relation to agenda item 7, his interest related to his capacity as Portfolio Holder for Finance. In relation to agenda items 8 and 9, he stated that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan, a member of the Forum, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Teachers’ Union, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 29 January 2020 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

8. Employees' Side Report on: HRD

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 7, 8 and 9. In relation to agenda item 7, his interest related to his capacity as Portfolio Holder for Finance. In relation to agenda items 8 and 9, he stated that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan, a member of the Forum, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Teachers’ Union, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 29 January 2020 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

11. Response to Employees' Side Report on: Housing Needs

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 7, 8 and 9. In relation to agenda item 7, his interest related to his capacity as Portfolio Holder for Finance. In relation to agenda items 8 and 9, he stated that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan, a member of the Forum, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Teachers’ Union, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 29 January 2020 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

16. Actions Agreed by the ECF Sub-Group

  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan, a member of the Forum, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Teachers’ Union, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 29 January 2020 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

9. Response to Employees' Side Report on: HRD

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 7, 8 and 9. In relation to agenda item 7, his interest related to his capacity as Portfolio Holder for Finance. In relation to agenda items 8 and 9, he stated that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan, a member of the Forum, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Teachers’ Union, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 29 January 2020 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

10. Employees' Side Report on: Housing Needs

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 7, 8 and 9. In relation to agenda item 7, his interest related to his capacity as Portfolio Holder for Finance. In relation to agenda items 8 and 9, he stated that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan, a member of the Forum, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Teachers’ Union, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 29 January 2020 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

14. INFORMATION REPORT - Draft Revenue Budget 2020/21 and Medium Term Financial Strategy 2020/21 to 2022/23

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 7, 8 and 9. In relation to agenda item 7, his interest related to his capacity as Portfolio Holder for Finance. In relation to agenda items 8 and 9, he stated that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan, a member of the Forum, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Teachers’ Union, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 29 January 2020 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

12. Employees' Side Report on: Commercial Activities

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 7, 8 and 9. In relation to agenda item 7, his interest related to his capacity as Portfolio Holder for Finance. In relation to agenda items 8 and 9, he stated that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan, a member of the Forum, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Teachers’ Union, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 29 January 2020 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

13. Response to Employees' Side Report on: Commercial Activities

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 7, 8 and 9. In relation to agenda item 7, his interest related to his capacity as Portfolio Holder for Finance. In relation to agenda items 8 and 9, he stated that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan, a member of the Forum, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Teachers’ Union, NASUWT (The National Association of Schoolmasters’ Union of Women Teachers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 February 2020 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a non-pecuniary interest on agenda item 8 in that he was a Ward Councillor for Headstone North. He would remain in the room whilst the item was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 February 2020 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

5. Petitions

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared an interest on agenda item 7, in that he had recently moved to Winscombe Way. He would remain in the room whilst the item was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a non-pecuniary interest on agenda item 8 in that he was a Ward Councillor for Headstone North. He would remain in the room whilst the item was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 February 2020 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

6. Deputations

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a non-pecuniary interest on agenda item 8 in that he was a Ward Councillor for Headstone North. He would remain in the room whilst the item was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 February 2020 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

12. Any Other Urgent Business

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a non-pecuniary interest on agenda item 8 in that he was a Ward Councillor for Headstone North. He would remain in the room whilst the item was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 February 2020 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

7. INFORMATION REPORT - Petitions

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a non-pecuniary interest on agenda item 8 in that he was a Ward Councillor for Headstone North. He would remain in the room whilst the item was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 February 2020 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

8. Parking Management Programme 2020/21

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a non-pecuniary interest on agenda item 8 in that he was a Ward Councillor for Headstone North. He would remain in the room whilst the item was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 February 2020 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

9. Local Transport Fund Schemes 2020/21

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a non-pecuniary interest on agenda item 8 in that he was a Ward Councillor for Headstone North. He would remain in the room whilst the item was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 February 2020 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

10. Information - Wealdstone Town Centre Improvement Scheme

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a non-pecuniary interest on agenda item 8 in that he was a Ward Councillor for Headstone North. He would remain in the room whilst the item was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 February 2020 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

11. Information - Traffic and Parking Schemes Programme Update

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a non-pecuniary interest on agenda item 8 in that he was a Ward Councillor for Headstone North. He would remain in the room whilst the item was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Lee declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Edgware and lived in Canons Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 11 February 2020 7.30 pm - Overview and Scrutiny Committee

8. Draft Borough Plan 2020-2030 including the Draft Corporate Plan

  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was Chair of Governors at Shaftesbury School. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 February 2020 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

11.(a) 2/01 - 1 Love Lane, Pinner, Middlesex P/3669/19

  • Councillor Anjana Patel - Non Pecuniary - She was a member of the Conservative Party, and the application site was located to the north of Village Way, next to the Conservative Party Office (Harrow West Conservative Association).
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - He was a member of the Conservative Party, and the application site was located to the north of Village Way, next to the Conservative Party Office (Harrow West Conservative Association). Furthermore, he prepared the accounts of the Party on a pro-bono basis.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - He was a member of the Conservative Party, and the application site was located to the north of Village Way, next to the Conservative Party Office (Harrow West Conservative Association).
  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Non Pecuniary - He was a member of the Conservative Party, and the application site was located to the north of Village Way, next to the Conservative Party Office (Harrow West Conservative Association).

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 February 2020 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

11.(c) 2/02 - 8a Village Way P/4647/18

  • Councillor Anjana Patel - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Anjana Patel declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Conservative Party, and the application site was located to the north of Village Way, next to the Conservative Party Office (Harrow West Conservative Association). She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Conservative Party, and the application site was located to the north of Village Way, next to the Conservative Party Office (Harrow West Conservative Association). Furthermore, he prepared the accounts of the Party on a pro-bono basis. He would leave the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Conservative Party, and the application site was located to the north of Village Way, next to the Conservative Party Office (Harrow West Conservative Association). He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Stephen Greek declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Conservative Party, and the application site was located to the north of Village Way, next to the Conservative Party Office (Harrow West Conservative Association). He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 13 February 2020 6.30 pm - Cabinet

12. Strategic Review of Education IT System

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Adam Swersky declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a friend who ran a competitor education IT provider .

Meeting:  Thursday 13 February 2020 6.30 pm - Cabinet

9. Regeneration Programme Update - Building a Better Harrow

  • Councillor Paul Osborn - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Paul Osborn declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he lived near Vaughan Road Car Park. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 27 February 2020 7.30 pm - Council

2. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

  • Councillor Paul Osborn - - Councillor Paul Osborn declared an interest in that he was the Chair of a precepting authority, Lee Valley Park. He would remain in the Chamber whilst the matter was considered and voted upon but would leave if the interest became pecuniary.
  • Councillor Susan Hall - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Susan Hall declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a Greater London Assembly (GLA) Member.

Meeting:  Thursday 27 February 2020 7.30 pm - Council

14. MOTIONS

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was on the waiting list for a transplant.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Janet Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that her husband was on the waiting list for a transplant.

Meeting:  Thursday 27 February 2020 7.30 pm - Council

12. NON-EXECUTIVE FEES AND CHARGES 2020/21

  • Councillor Ajay Maru - - During the course of the meeting, Councillor Ajay Maru declared an interest in that his business required a special treatments licence. He left the Chamber whilst this matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Susan Hall - Non Pecuniary - During the course of the meeting, Councillor Susan Hall declared an interest in that her business required a special treatments licence. She left the Chamber whilst this matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 27 February 2020 7.30 pm - Council

7. BOROUGH PLAN 2020-2030 INCLUDING THE CORPORATE PLAN

  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - During the course of the meeting, Councillor Jean Lammiman declared a non-pecuniary interest due to her association with HAD.

Meeting:  Tuesday 3 March 2020 9.15 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

7. Update on GP Access Centres in the Borough

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a patient at the Pinn Medical Centre. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Janet Mote, who was not a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a patient at the Pinn Medical Centre. She would remain in the room to ask questions(s) and listen to the discussion on this item.
  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she was a patient at the Pinn Medical Centre. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion on this item.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley, who was not a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non pecuniary interest in that he was a patient at the Pinn Medical Centre. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion on this item.
  • Councillor Kairul Kareema Marikar - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Kairul Karima Marikar, who was not a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non pecuniary interest in that she worked for the Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust. She would remain in the room to ask question(s) and listen to the discussion on this item.
  • Councillor Vina Mithani - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Vina Mithani, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a patient at the Belmont Health Centre. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 3 March 2020 9.15 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

8. Consultation on Draft Harrow Health and Wellbeing Strategy 2020-2025

  • Councillor Vina Mithani - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Vina Mithani, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that in that she worked for Public Health England. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 20 May 2020 6.00 pm - Planning Committee

12.(f) 2-05 - 326 Station Road - P-2279-19

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Pecuniary - Councillor Keith Ferry declared a pecuniary interest in that he had an association with the applicant. He left the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.