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Meeting:  Thursday 21 June 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

7c Dementia Friendly Housing Review

  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Janet Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that a member of her family suffered from dementia. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.

Meeting:  Tuesday 26 June 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

6. Petitions

  • Councillor Kanti Rabadia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Kanti Rabadia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that one of the petitions in the report in that he is a ward councillor for the area. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Nitin Parekh - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Nitin Parekh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he is an Edgware ward councillor and petitions related to the ward were involved in these items. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth declared a non-pecuniary interest in that one of the petitions in the report mentions the school at which she teaches. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 26 June 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

7. Deputations

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a pecuniary interest in that he owns a property in White House Drive. He would leave the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. He also declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a ward councillor for one of the areas subject to submission of a petition. He would remain in the room whilst this matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 26 June 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

9. INFORMATION REPORT - Petitions

  • Councillor Nitin Parekh - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Nitin Parekh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he is an Edgware ward councillor and petitions related to the ward were involved in these items. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

14. Any Other Urgent Business

  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

3. Appointment of Vice-Chair

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

8. Pension Fund Committee - Update on Regular Items

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

9. Information Report - Quarterly Trigger Monitoring Q1 2018

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

12. Information Report - London Borough of Harrow Pension Fund: Draft Annual Report and Financial Statements for the year ended 31 March 2018

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

11. Information Report - Annual Review of Internal Controls at Investment Managers

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

16. London CIV Investment Strategy Pooling Options

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

17. Information Report - Investment Manager Performance Monitoring for period ending 31 March 2018

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

13. Information Report - London CIV Revised Governance Arrangements

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

10. Performance Measurement Services

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

18. INFORMATION REPORT - London CIV LGPS Recharge and Pension Guarantee Agreements

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 27 June 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

19. Appointment of Co-opted Member

  • Colin Robertson - Non Pecuniary - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS and Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS. They would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Dean Gilligan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the GMB trade union. He did not work in Harrow and would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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:  Tuesday 3 July 2018 7.00 pm - Corporate Parenting Panel

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she had been in care. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered.

Meeting:  Tuesday 3 July 2018 7.00 pm - Corporate Parenting Panel

12. Any Other Urgent Business

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she had been in care. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered.

Meeting:  Tuesday 3 July 2018 7.00 pm - Corporate Parenting Panel

11. Updated corporate parenting strategy

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she had been in care. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered.

Meeting:  Tuesday 3 July 2018 7.00 pm - Corporate Parenting Panel

10. Children's Services Self Assessment

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she had been in care. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered.

Meeting:  Tuesday 3 July 2018 7.00 pm - Corporate Parenting Panel

9. Missing Children Looked After

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she had been in care. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered.

Meeting:  Tuesday 3 July 2018 7.00 pm - Corporate Parenting Panel

8. Harrow Children Looked After

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she had been in care. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered.

Meeting:  Tuesday 3 July 2018 7.00 pm - Corporate Parenting Panel

7. Activity and Performance

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she had been in care. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered.

Meeting:  Thursday 5 July 2018 12.30 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Krishna Suresh - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Krishna Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his mother was in receipt of benefits. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Varsha Dodhia - Non Pecuniary - Varsha Dodhia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was an employee of CNWL. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 5 July 2018 12.30 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

7. Information Report: 0-19 PH Nursing Commissioning Update

  • Councillor Krishna Suresh - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Krishna Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his mother was in receipt of benefits. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Varsha Dodhia - Non Pecuniary - Varsha Dodhia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was an employee of CNWL. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 5 July 2018 12.30 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

8. INFORMATION REPORT: Harrow Integrated Sexual & Reproductive Health Service Commissioning update

  • Councillor Krishna Suresh - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Krishna Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his mother was in receipt of benefits. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 5 July 2018 12.30 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

9. Information Report: Diabetes Care

  • Councillor Krishna Suresh - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Krishna Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his mother was in receipt of benefits. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 12 July 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

18. Community Safety, Violence, Vulnerability and Exploitation Strategy - Annual Refresh

  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that she was Chairman of Shaftesbury School Board of Governors. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to these items.

Meeting:  Thursday 12 July 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

14. Youth Justice Plan (July 2018-19)

  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that she was Chairman of Shaftesbury School Board of Governors. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to these items.

Meeting:  Thursday 12 July 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

8. Response to the Scrutiny Review on Dementia Friendly Housing

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Chris Mote and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family suffered from dementia. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Chris Mote and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family suffered from dementia. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.

Meeting:  Thursday 12 July 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

9. Green Gyms - Reference from Performance and Finance Scrutiny Sub-Committee

  • Councillor Phillip O'Dell - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Phillip O’Dell, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had been a member of the Performance and Finance Scrutiny Sub-Committee where this matter had been considered. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 12 July 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

20a Redevelopment of the Central Depot - Urgent Business

  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that her husband who was Chair of Overview and Scrutiny Committee had agreed the inclusion of the item on the Cabinet agenda. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 19 July 2018 7.30 pm - Council

18. MOTIONS

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in the Motion on Adult Social Care in that his mother-in-law received social care services from the Council.
  • Councillor Graham Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Graham Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in the Motion on Adult Social Care in that his wife worked for Rethink Mental Illness.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Janet Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in the Motion on Adult Social Care in that her mother received social care services from the Council.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in the Motion on Adult Social Care in that his son received social care services from the Council.
  • Councillor Krishna Suresh - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Krishna Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in the Motion on Adult Social Care in that his mother received social care services from the Council.
  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in the Motion on Adult Social Care in that she worked for Rethink Mental Illness.
  • Councillor Michael Borio - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Michael Borio declared a non-pecuniary interest in Motion on Adult Social Care in that his father received social care services from the Council.
  • Councillor Philip Benjamin - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Philip Benjamin declared a non-pecuniary interest in the Motion Remembering Srebenica in that he worked full-time in higher education.
  • Councillor Primesh Patel - Pecuniary - Councillor Primesh Patel declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in the Motion on Adult Social Care in that he worked for the Care Quality Commission. He would leave the Council Chamber for the item and would therefore not take part in the debate and decision on the motion.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth declared a non-pecuniary interest in the Motion Remembering Srebenica in that she taught at a local school and the motion referred to support for the work of schools.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in Motion on Adult Social Care in that her son received social care services from the Council.

Meeting:  Thursday 19 July 2018 7.30 pm - Council

10. COMMUNITY SAFETY AND VIOLENCE VULNERABILITY AND EXPLOITATION STRATEGY (VVE)

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a serving magistrate.
  • Councillor Marilyn Ashton - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Marilyn Ashton declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a serving magistrate and a Governor of Shaftesbury School.

Meeting:  Thursday 19 July 2018 7.30 pm - Council

11. YOUTH JUSTICE PLAN

  • Councillor Marilyn Ashton - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Marilyn Ashton declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a serving magistrate and a Governor of Shaftesbury School.

Meeting:  Thursday 19 July 2018 7.30 pm - Council

9. REDEVELOPMENT OF THE CENTRAL DEPOT

  • Councillor Ajay Maru - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ajay Maru declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a resident of and councillor for the Kenton West ward and the depot was located in the ward.
  • Councillor Kanti Rabadia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Kanti Rabadia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a resident of and councillor for the Kenton West ward and the depot was located in the ward.
  • Councillor Vina Mithani - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Vina Mithani declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a Kenton West ward councillor and the depot was located in the ward.

Meeting:  Tuesday 4 September 2018 7.30 pm - Governance, Audit, Risk Management and Standards Committee

11. INFORMATION REPORT - Internal Audit Red Assurance Reports

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Non Pecuniary - Agenda Item 11 – Information Report – Internal Audit Red Assurance Reports Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was an Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Adults and Public Health. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 September 2018 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

12.(i) 2/08: Garages adjacent to and dwellings to rear of 4 Elm Park Stanmore - P / 2003/18

  • Councillor Anjana Patel - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Stephen Greek, Anjana Patel & Bharat Thakker declared non-pecunairy interests in that the applicant was a colleague and Member of the Conservative Group. They would leave the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Stephen Greek, Anjana Patel & Bharat Thakker declared non-pecunairy interests in that the applicant was a colleague and Member of the Conservative Group. They would leave the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Stephen Greek, Anjana Patel & Bharat Thakker declared non-pecunairy interests in that the applicant was a colleague and Member of the Conservative Group. They would leave the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 September 2018 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. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 Hewitt and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 September 2018 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. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 Hewitt and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 September 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

7. Appointment of Non-Voting Co-optee

  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 Hewitt and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 September 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

8. Pension Fund Committee - Update on Regular Items

  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 Hewitt and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 September 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

9. Information Report - Quarterly Trigger Monitoring Q2 2018

  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 Hewitt and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 September 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

10. Performance Measurement Services

  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 Hewitt and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 September 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

13. London Collective Investment Vehicle Investment Strategy and Pooling Update

  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 Hewitt and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 September 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

14. Information Report - Investment Manager Performance Monitoring for period ending 30 June 2018

  • Colin Robertson - - Colin Robertson, Independent Adviser, declared that he and his mother had personal investments in GARS. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he had a personal investment made by Standard Life. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson 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 Hewitt and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 13 September 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

8. Procurement of the Dry Mixed Recyclables Contract

  • Councillor Graham Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Graham Henson declared a non pecuniary interest in that he was Chair of the West London Waste Authority. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 26 September 2018 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

12.(i) 2/08: Roger Bannister Sports Centre, Uxbridge Road

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Keith Ferry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that in his capacity as the Portfolio Holder for Regeneration, Planning and Employment, he had responsibility for land owned by the Council. He would leave the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 4 October 2018 7.00 pm - Licensing and General Purposes Committee

3. Electoral Review 2018-19 - Local Government Boundary Commission for England

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Amir Moshenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Chetna Halai - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Dan Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Dean Gilligan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Ghazanfar Ali - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor James Lee - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Kanti Rabadia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Natasha Proctor - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Nitin Parekh - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.
  • Councillor Stephen Wright - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick noted that, to the extent that members of the Committee were all serving councillors, they all had a personal interest in the matter.

Meeting:  Tuesday 16 October 2018 7.30 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - - Councillor Maxine Henson, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared an interest in that she was a Portfolio Holder Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Adults and Public Health. Her remit was Adult Social Vision. She would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 16 October 2018 7.30 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

6. Reference from Cabinet - Response to the Scrutiny Review on Dementia Friendly Housing

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that a member of his family suffered from dementia. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Maxine Henson - - Councillor Maxine Henson, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared an interest in that she was a Portfolio Holder Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Adults and Public Health. Her remit was Adult Social Vision. She would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 16 October 2018 7.30 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

7. Draft Dementia Strategy 2018 - 2021

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that a member of his family suffered from dementia. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Maxine Henson - - Councillor Maxine Henson, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared an interest in that she was a Portfolio Holder Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Adults and Public Health. Her remit was Adult Social Vision. She would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 16 October 2018 7.30 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

9. Harrow Safeguarding Adults Board (HSAB) Annual Report 2017/2018

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - - Councillor Maxine Henson, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared an interest in that she was a Portfolio Holder Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Adults and Public Health. Her remit was Adult Social Vision. She would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 16 October 2018 7.30 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

10. London North West Healthcare NHS Trust - CQC Inspection Report

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - During consideration of the item, Councillor Chris Mote, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter was employed at Northwick Park Hospital. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Maxine Henson - - Councillor Maxine Henson, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared an interest in that she was a Portfolio Holder Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Adults and Public Health. Her remit was Adult Social Vision. She would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 16 October 2018 7.30 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

11. North West London Joint Health Overview and Scrutiny Committee - Update

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - - Councillor Maxine Henson, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared an interest in that she was a Portfolio Holder Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Adults and Public Health. Her remit was Adult Social Vision. She would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 16 October 2018 7.30 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

8. Changes to Walk-in Services at Alexandra Avenue Health and Social Care Centre

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - - Councillor Maxine Henson, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared an interest in that she was a Portfolio Holder Assistant to the Portfolio Holder for Adults and Public Health. Her remit was Adult Social Vision. She would remain in the room whilst matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

1. Attendance by Reserve Members

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 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 a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

3. Minutes

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

4. Public Questions

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

5. Petitions

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

6. Deputations

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 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 a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

7. Information Report - Petitions

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Marilyn Ashton - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Marilyn Ashton declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a Stanmore Park Ward Councillor and a Governor at Stanmore College. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

8. Information Report - Transport Local implementation Plan 3 - Draft

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

9. Information Report - Cycling in Harrow Update

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

10. Information Report - Wealdstone Liveable Neighbourhood Bid

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

11. Information Report - Neighbourhood of the Future Update - Harrow Town Centre

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 31 October 2018 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

12. Information Report - Traffic and Parking Schemes Programme Update - 2018/19

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Canons Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Rayners Lane Ward Councillor. 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 a Hatch End Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 1 November 2018 12.30 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

9. Development of the GP Access Centre at Alexandra Avenue Medical Centre

  • Councillor Christine Robson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christine Robson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a resident in South Harrow and it had been suggested by her GP that she attend a Harrow walk in centre. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Ghazanfar Ali - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ghazanfar Ali declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a patient at the Alexandra Avenue Medical Centre. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Graham Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Graham Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Councillor for Roxbourne Ward. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a Councillor for Roxbourne Ward. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Dr Genevieve Small - Non Pecuniary - Dr Genevieve Small declared a non-pecuniary interest in that the GP surgery where she worked provided services at the Alexandra Avenue Medical Centre. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 15 November 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

4. Public and Councillor Questions

  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Krishna Suresh and Jean Lammiman declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Trustees of Harrow Association for the Disabled and one of the public questions was from a representative of that organisation. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.
  • Councillor Krishna Suresh - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Krishna Suresh and Jean Lammiman declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Trustees of Harrow Association for the Disabled and one of the public questions was from a representative of that organisation. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.

Meeting:  Tuesday 20 November 2018 7.30 pm - Major Developments Panel

8. Presentation from Transport for London and Redrow Homes

  • Councillor Ghazanfar Ali - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ghazanfar Ali declared a non-pecuniary interest in thathe was a Greenhill Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Keith Ferry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Greenhill Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Greenhill Ward Councillors. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 20 November 2018 7.30 pm - Major Developments Panel

9. Presentation in relation to the Proposed Scheme at the Safari Cinema

  • Councillor Ghazanfar Ali - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ghazanfar Ali declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Greenhill Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Keith Ferry declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Greenhill Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a Greenhill Ward Councillor. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 21 November 2018 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

10. Representations on Planning Applications

  • Councillor Christine Robson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christine Robson declared a non-pecuniary interest in Planning Application 2/10 in that she was Ward Councillor for West Harrow. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley declared a non-pecuniary interest in Planning Applications 1/01 & 2/07 in that he was Ward Councillor for Hatch End. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Marilyn Ashton - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Marilyn Ashton declared a non-pecuniary interest in Planning Applications 2/06 & 2/08 in that she was Stanmore Ward Councillor. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 27 November 2018 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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 Hewitt and that he knew a number of Fund Managers, including BlackRock. He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Thursday 29 November 2018 7.30 pm - Council

16. MOTIONS

  • Councillor Ajay Maru - - Councillor Ajay Maru declared an interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that his wife was employed by a school in Harrow.
  • Councillor Amir Moshenson - Pecuniary - Councillor Amir Moshenson declared a disclosable pecuniary interest inItem 16 (2) – Motion on Breaking Point Campaign in that his wife was a primary school teacher. He would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Amir Moshenson - Pecuniary - Councillor Amir Moshenson declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that his wife was a primary school teacher. He would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that she worked in schools. She would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Anjana Patel - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Anjana Patel declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (5) – Motion on Women against State Pension Inequality.
  • Councillor Camilla Bath - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Camilla Bath declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that she was a governor at St George’s School.
  • Councillor Chetna Halai - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chetna Halai declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that she was a school governor.
  • Councillor Chloe Smith - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chloe Smith declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that she was a school governor in Harrow.
  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (5) – Motion on Women against State Pension Inequality in that his daughter would be affected.
  • Councillor Dr Lesline Lewinson - - Councillor Dr Lesline Lewinson declared an interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that was a governor at Pinner Park School and was employed in higher education.
  • Councillor Ghazanfar Ali - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ghazanfar Ali declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that he was a governor at Norbury School.
  • Councillor Graham Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Graham Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that he was a school governor.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Janet Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that she was a teacher in the private sector, a member of NEU and a governor at St John Fisher School.
  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - - Councillor Jean Lammiman declared an interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that was Chair of Shaftesbury High school.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in Item 16 (5) – Motion on Women against State Pension Inequality in that his wife was in the age category of the women affected. He would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Kamaljit Chana - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Kam Chana declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that he was a school governor.
  • Councillor Kanti Rabadia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Kanti Rabadia declared a non pecuniary interest in Item 16 (1) – Motion on Temple Burglaries in that he worshipped at the temples.
  • Councillor Marilyn Ashton - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Marilyn Ashton declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that she was a governor at Park High School.
  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that she was a school governor.
  • Councillor Michael Borio - Pecuniary - Councillor Michael Borio declared a disclosable pecuniary interest and would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding.
  • Councillor Nitesh Hirani - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Nitesh Hirani declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (1) – Motion on Temple Burglaries in that he attended the Kenton Temple.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (2) – Motion on Breaking Point Campaign in that his wife was employed by Harrow Council.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - - Councillor Norman Stevenson declared an interest in Item 16 (5) – Motion on Women against State Pension Inequality in that he was a supporter of the Women against State Pension Inequality campaign and his wife was in the age category of the women affected.
  • Councillor Peymana Assad - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Peymana Assad declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that she was a governor at Kenmore Park School.
  • Councillor Philip Benjamin - - Councillor Phillip Benjamin declared an interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that he was employed in higher education. He would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Ramji Chauhan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ramji Chauhan declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that he was a governor at Glebe Primary School.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Richard Almond declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that he was a governor at St Teresa’s Catholic Primary School.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth declared a disclosable pecuniary interest and would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding.
  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Pecuniary - Councillor Stephen Greek declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in Item 16 (2) – Motion on Breaking Point Campaign in that he was employed by the Greater London Authority. He would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Pecuniary - Councillor Stephen Greek declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that his wife was employed as a Teaching Assistant. He also declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a school governor. He would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Stephen Wright - Pecuniary - Councillor Stephen Wright declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding as his wife was employed as a teacher in Harrow.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in Item 16 (5) – Motion on Women against State Pension Inequality in that she was in the age category of the women affected. She would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Susan Hall - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Susan Hall declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (2) – Motion on Breaking Point Campaign in that she was an Assembly Member at the Greater London Authority.
  • Councillor Susan Hall - Pecuniary - Councillor Susan Hall declared a disclosable pecuniary interest in Item 16 (5) – Motion on Women against State Pension Inequality. She would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.
  • Councillor Vina Mithani - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Vina Mithani declared a non-pecuniary interest in Item 16 (3) – Motion on Education Funding in that she was a governor at Glebe Primary School.
  • Councillor Vina Mithani - - Councillor Vina Mithani declared an interest in Item 16 (5) – Motion on Women against State Pension Inequality in that she was in the age category of the women affected.

Meeting:  Thursday 29 November 2018 7.30 pm - Council

5. PETITION - LOSS OF SPACES DUE TO POET'S CORNER REDEVELOPMENT

  • Councillor Ghazanfar Ali - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ghazanfar Ali declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he attended the mosque.

Meeting:  Wednesday 5 December 2018 7.30 pm - Governance, Audit, Risk Management and Standards Committee

12. INFORMATION REPORT - Internal Audit Red Assurance Reports

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that her husband was Chair of the West London Waste Authority which was referred to in one of the reports. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.

Meeting:  Thursday 6 December 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

18. Draft Housing Revenue Account Budget 2019-20 & Medium Term Financial Strategy 2020-21 to 2021-22

  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that Watkins House was in her ward and she had had some discussions with Harrow Churches Housing Association. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.

Meeting:  Thursday 6 December 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

4. Public and Councillor Questions

  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Krishna Suresh and Jean Lammiman declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Trustees of Harrow Association for the Disabled and one of the public questions was from a representative of that organisation. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.
  • Councillor Krishna Suresh - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Krishna Suresh and Jean Lammiman declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Trustees of Harrow Association for the Disabled and one of the public questions was from a representative of that organisation. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a Friend of Harrow Association for the Disabled and in relation to her son being in receipt of care services from the Council and this was relevant to one of the public questions. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered.

Meeting:  Thursday 6 December 2018 6.30 pm - Cabinet

8. Regeneration Programme Update - Building a Better Harrow

  • Councillor Paul Osborn - - Councillor Osborn declared an interest in relation to the Vaughan Road Car Park site referenced in the report, in that he resides in that road. He would leave the room if there was any discussion of that particular site.

Meeting:  Wednesday 12 December 2018 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

13.(c) 2/02:Park High School - P-3674-18

  • Councillor Marilyn Ashton - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Marilyn Ashton declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a Council appointed governor at Park High School. She would leave the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Monday 17 December 2018 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

9. Harrow Unison LG Branch and GMB Harrow Branch Report on Housing Directorate

  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan 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.
  • Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Unite Union. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sachin Shah - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sachin Shah declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Varsha Parmar - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Varsha Parmar declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of USDAW (Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Monday 17 December 2018 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

10. Response to an Employees' Side Report on the Housing Directorate

  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Unite Union. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Councillor Varsha Parmar declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of USDAW (Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan 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. Councillor Sachin Shah declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick - - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Unite Union. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Councillor Varsha Parmar declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of USDAW (Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan 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. Councillor Sachin Shah declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sachin Shah - - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Unite Union. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Councillor Varsha Parmar declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of USDAW (Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan 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. Councillor Sachin Shah declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Varsha Parmar - - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Unite Union. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Councillor Varsha Parmar declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of USDAW (Union of Shop, Distributive and Allied Workers). She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon. Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan 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. Councillor Sachin Shah declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a member of the Unite Union. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 8 January 2019 7.30 pm - Overview and Scrutiny Committee

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

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he his daughter worked for the NHS. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Jeff Anderson, Jerry Miles and Chris Mote, members of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were in receipt of medications provided by the NHS. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman, a member of the Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was Chairman of Shaftesbury School Board of Governors. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Jeff Anderson, Jerry Miles and Chris Mote, members of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were in receipt of medications provided by the NHS. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jerry Miles - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Jeff Anderson, Jerry Miles and Chris Mote, members of the Committee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were in receipt of medications provided by the NHS. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Dr Muhammad Shahzad - Non Pecuniary - Dr Muhammad Shahzad declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a GP in Harrow, part of the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

7. Clinical Commission Group (CCG) Commissioning Intentions Update

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Dr Muhammad Shahzad - Non Pecuniary - Dr Muhammad Shahzad declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a GP in Harrow, part of the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

10. Section 117 of the Mental Health Act 1983

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Councillor Graham Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Graham Henson declared a non pecuniary interest in that his wife was employed by Rethink Mental Illness. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Dr Muhammad Shahzad - Non Pecuniary - Dr Muhammad Shahzad declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a GP in Harrow, part of the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

8. Primary Care Strategy

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Dr Muhammad Shahzad - Non Pecuniary - Dr Muhammad Shahzad declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a GP in Harrow, part of the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

12. Harrow CAMHS Transformation Refresh 2018 Report to NHS England

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Dr Muhammad Shahzad - Non Pecuniary - Dr Muhammad Shahzad declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a GP in Harrow, part of the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

14. Annual Report on Immunisation

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Dr Muhammad Shahzad - Non Pecuniary - Dr Muhammad Shahzad declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a GP in Harrow, part of the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

15. Adult Non-Cancer Screening Update

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Dr Muhammad Shahzad - Non Pecuniary - Dr Muhammad Shahzad declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a GP in Harrow, part of the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

13. Harrow Safeguarding Children Board (HSCB) Annual Report

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Dr Muhammad Shahzad - Non Pecuniary - Dr Muhammad Shahzad declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a GP in Harrow, part of the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

16. Any Other Business

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

11. INFORMATION REPORT - Draft Revenue Budget 2019/20 and Medium Term Financial Strategy 2019/20 to 2021/22

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Dr Muhammad Shahzad - Non Pecuniary - Dr Muhammad Shahzad declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a GP in Harrow, part of the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 10 January 2019 12.00 pm - Health and Wellbeing Board

9. Social Prescribing

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. He 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 her daughter worked at Northwick Park Hospital. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon
  • Dr Muhammad Shahzad - Non Pecuniary - Dr Muhammad Shahzad declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a GP in Harrow, part of the Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 16 January 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Colin Cartwright - - Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and advise the Committee.
  • 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 the matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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 Hewitt 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 16 January 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

6. Information Report - Investment Manager Performance Monitoring for period ending 30 September 2018

  • Colin Cartwright - - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with AON Hewitt 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst all 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 the matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Colin Cartwright - - Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and advise the Committee.
  • Colin Robertson - - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with AON Hewitt 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst all 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 the 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 the matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with AON Hewitt 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst all 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 the matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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 - - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with AON Hewitt 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst all 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 the matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with AON Hewitt 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 16 January 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

5. Investment Strategy Manager Review

  • Colin Cartwright -
  • Colin Cartwright - - Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and advise the Committee.
  • Colin Robertson - - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with AON Hewitt 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst all 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 the 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 the matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with AON Hewitt 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst all 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 the matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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 - - Councillor Norman Stevenson, 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-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with AON Hewitt 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions. Colin Cartwright, Aon Hewitt, declared that his wife had a small investment in GARS (Global Absolute Return Strategies Fund). He would remain in the room whilst all 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 the matters were considered and make contributions.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, non-voting co-optee, declared non-pecuniary interests in that he had previously worked with AON Hewitt 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 22 January 2019 7.30 pm - Harrow Business Consultative Panel

8. Draft Revenue Budget 2019/20 and Medium Term Financial Strategy 2019/20 to 2021/22

  • Councillor Jeff Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jeff Anderson declared a Non-Pecuniary interest in that he was trustee of a local group. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 23 January 2019 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

10.(a) 1/01:Central Depot, Forward Drive, Harrow - P/4251/18

  • Councillor Graham Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Graham Henson declared a Non-Pecuniary interest in that he was the Chair of West London West Authority, which was a consultee to the application. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 23 January 2019 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

11.(c) 2/03: Unit 1, Chantry Place, Harrow - P/0949/18

  • Councillor Bharat Thakker - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Bharat Thakker declared a Non-Pecuniary interest in that he lived in a property in the vicinity of the application site. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 29 January 2019 7.30 pm - Governance, Audit, Risk Management and Standards Committee

15. 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 under discussion. He would vacate the Chair and remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 30 January 2019 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

2. Declarations of Interest

  • 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.
  • Councillor Graham Henson - - Councillor Graham Henson, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 8 and 9. He stated that he was a member of GMB (General Municipal Boilermakers and Allied Trade Union), an Honorary member of CWU (Communication Workers Union) and a former member of Unison. He added that his cousin was an employee of the Council. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick, a member of the Forum, declared a non-pecuniary interest in agenda items 8 and 9 in that she was a member of the Unite Union. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 30 January 2019 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

7. INFORMATION REPORT - Draft Revenue Budget 2019/20 and Medium Term Financial Strategy 2019/20 to 2020/22

  • 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.
  • Councillor Graham Henson - - Councillor Graham Henson, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 8 and 9. He stated that he was a member of GMB (General Municipal Boilermakers and Allied Trade Union), an Honorary member of CWU (Communication Workers Union) and a former member of Unison. He added that his cousin was an employee of the Council. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick, a member of the Forum, declared a non-pecuniary interest in agenda items 8 and 9 in that she was a member of the Unite Union. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 30 January 2019 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

8. Employees' Side report on: Matters Arising from the ECF Equalities Report 2017-2018

  • 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.
  • Councillor Graham Henson - - Councillor Graham Henson, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 8 and 9. He stated that he was a member of GMB (General Municipal Boilermakers and Allied Trade Union), an Honorary member of CWU (Communication Workers Union) and a former member of Unison. He added that his cousin was an employee of the Council. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick, a member of the Forum, declared a non-pecuniary interest in agenda items 8 and 9 in that she was a member of the Unite Union. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 30 January 2019 7.30 pm - Employees' Consultative Forum

9. Response to an Employees' Side Report on Matters Arising from the ECF Equalities Report 2017-18

  • 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.
  • Councillor Graham Henson - - Councillor Graham Henson, a member of the Forum, declared an interest in agenda items 8 and 9. He stated that he was a member of GMB (General Municipal Boilermakers and Allied Trade Union), an Honorary member of CWU (Communication Workers Union) and a former member of Unison. He added that his cousin was an employee of the Council. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Pamela Fitzpatrick, a member of the Forum, declared a non-pecuniary interest in agenda items 8 and 9 in that she was a member of the Unite Union. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Monday 4 February 2019 7.30 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

7. CQC Progress Report including Actions from the Quality Summit

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his daughter was employed at Northwick Park Hospital. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Monday 4 February 2019 7.30 pm - Health and Social Care Scrutiny Sub-Committee

8. Alexandra Avenue GP Access Centre - Changes to Walk-in Services and the impact of changes

  • Councillor Maxine Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Maxine Henson, a member of the Sub-Committee, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that Alexandra Avenue GP Access Centre was situated in Roxbourne Ward which she represented.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 February 2019 7.30 pm - Overview and Scrutiny Committee

7. Corporate Plan 2019/2020

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

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 February 2019 7.30 pm - Overview and Scrutiny Committee

8. Flytipping

  • Councillor Graham Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Graham Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Chair of the West London West Authority. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 13 February 2019 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

11.(a) 1/01: Avanti House - P-5528-17

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Keith Ferry declared a Non-Pecuniary interest in that he was a trustee of a charity which used the facilities at the school. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 13 February 2019 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

11.(c) 1/02: Kodak, Headstone Drive - P-3434-18

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

Meeting:  Tuesday 26 February 2019 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 in that he was Ward Councillor for Headstone South. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were 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 the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jerry Miles - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jerry Miles declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Roxeth. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that she was Ward Councillor for Harrow on the Hill. She would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 26 February 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

11. Any Other Urgent Business

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Headstone South. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were 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 the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that she was Ward Councillor for Harrow on the Hill. She would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 26 February 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

10. Parking Management Schemes programme 2019 / 20

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a Pecuniary interest in that he owned a property on White House Drive. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Headstone South. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were 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 the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jerry Miles - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jerry Miles declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Roxeth. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that she was Ward Councillor for Harrow on the Hill. She would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 26 February 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

9. TfL Local Transport Fund Schemes Programme 2019/20

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Headstone South. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were 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 the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jerry Miles - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jerry Miles declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Roxeth. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that she was Ward Councillor for Harrow on the Hill. She would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 26 February 2019 7.30 pm - Traffic and Road Safety Advisory Panel

8. Information Report: Traffic and Parking Schemes Programme update - 2018 /19

  • Councillor Christopher Baxter - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Christopher Baxter declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Headstone South. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were 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 the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jerry Miles - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jerry Miles declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Roxeth. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that she was Ward Councillor for Harrow on the Hill. She would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Tuesday 26 February 2019 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 in that he was Ward Councillor for Headstone South. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were 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 the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Jerry Miles - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jerry Miles declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that he was Ward Councillor for Roxeth. He would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sarah Butterworth - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sarah Butterworth declared a Non Pecuniary interest in that she was Ward Councillor for Harrow on the Hill. She would remain in the room the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 28 February 2019 7.30 pm - Council

2. DECLARATIONS OF INTEREST

  • Councillor Richard Almond - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Richard Almond declared a non pecuniary interest as Chairman of the Parish Church which would be affected as part of the regeneration schemes.

Meeting:  Thursday 28 February 2019 7.30 pm - Council

18. MOTIONS

  • Councillor Kiran Ramchandani - Pecuniary - Councillor Kiran Ramchandanai declared a pecuniary interest in that she was employed by one of the organisations referred to in the Motion. She would leave the Chamber for the discussion and voting on this item.

Meeting:  Thursday 28 February 2019 7.30 pm - Council

8. FINAL REVENUE BUDGET 2019/20 AND MEDIUM TERM FINANCIAL STRATEGY 2019/20 TO 2021/22

  • Councillor Ameet Jogia - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Ameet Jogia declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his father had been in receipt of Harrow adult social care late last year.
  • Councillor Graham Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Graham Henson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Chair of the West London Waste Authority, a levying authority.
  • Councillor Krishna Suresh - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Krishna Suresh declared a non-pecuniary interest in that his mother was in receipt of social care benefits.
  • Councillor Paul Osborn - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Paul Osborn declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was Chair of the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, a levying authority.
  • Councillor Susan Hall - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Susan Hall declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Greater London Authority.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

15. 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

8. Pension Fund Committee - Update on Regular Items

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

9. Information Report - Quarterly Trigger Monitoring Q4 2018

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

10. Information Report: Performance Measurement Services

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

21. Local Government Scheme Pension Scheme Amendment Regulations

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

11. Information Report: External Audit Plans 2018/19

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

13. Information Report - Annual Review of Internal Controls at Investment Managers

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

19. London CIV Asset Pooling; Investment Strategy Manager Review

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

20. Information Report - Investment Manager Performance Monitoring for period ending 31 December 2018

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Honorary Alderman Richard Romain - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

22. Independent Advisor Appointments

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

12. Statutory Guidance on Asset Pooling

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

17. Information Report - Annual Review of Internal Controls at Investment Managers

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

14. Information Report - Investment Consultancy Services Procurement

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

18. Information Report - Investment Consultancy Services Procurement

  • Colin Robertson - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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 Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - - 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. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making. Howard Bluston, 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). 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, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Tuesday 12 March 2019 6.30 pm - Pension Fund Committee

22. Matter Arising from the minutes of the meeting held on 27 November 2018

  • 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.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of the Committee, declared an interest in that he had investments in Standard Life and Aviva. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision-making.
  • Howard Bluston - Non Pecuniary - Howard Bluston, 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). He would remain in the room whilst all matters were considered and make contributions.

Meeting:  Wednesday 3 April 2019 7.00 pm - Corporate Parenting Panel

7. Information Report - Harrow Children Looked After (CLA) Health report

  • Councillor Sue Anderson - - Councillor Sue Anderson declared an interest in that a member of her family identified as being non-binary. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 3 April 2019 7.00 pm - Corporate Parenting Panel

8. Information Report - Harrow Fostering Recruitment Plan 2019 - 2022

  • Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Angella Murphy-Strachan declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of the Harrow Afro-Caribbean Society. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

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

9. Community Safety Strategic Assessment 2019

  • Councillor Peymana Assad - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Peymaana Assad declared a Non-Pecuniary interest in that she was Portfolio Holder Assistant for Community Cohesion and Crime. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Wednesday 17 April 2019 6.30 pm - Planning Committee

11.(a) 1-01 - Avanti House Secondary School - P-5528-17

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Keith Ferry declared a non-pecuniary interest – being a committee member of Harrow Young Musicians, a local charitable organisation which would benefit from the Theatre – and left the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

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.