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 Declarations

Meeting:  Thursday 8 December 2016 6.30 pm - Cabinet

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Keith Ferry, member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interests in that he was a Greenhill Ward Councillor. He would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussions relating to this item.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson, member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a Greenhill Ward Councillor. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap and DAWN and which may be brought up in the discussions that evening. She would remain in the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 8 December 2016 6.30 pm - Cabinet

4. Questions

  • Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared an interest in relation to the above items and some questions. He added that, should the interest become pecuniary, he would leave the room.

Meeting:  Thursday 8 December 2016 6.30 pm - Cabinet

9. Future Delivery of Arts and Heritage Services: Update and approval of lease length

  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a Director of Cultura London. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 19 January 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

4. Questions

  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled people. She would remain in the room to listen to the response given to public question 1 and to the discussions relating to agenda item 9.

Meeting:  Thursday 19 January 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

8. Regeneration Finance

  • Councillor Paul Osborn - Pecuniary - Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a pecuniary interest in that he lived next to one of the sites identified in the confidential appendices at agenda 18. He would leave the room during discussions relating to this matter.

Meeting:  Thursday 19 January 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

9. VCS Funding Arrangements

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of Cabinet, declared interests in that, in his employment he was doing some work with the National Association of Citizens’ Advice. He added that whilst he did not consider the interests to be pecuniary, he would treat these as such and leave the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussions relating to the items. However, should the interests become pecuniary, during discussions, he would leave the room.
  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that a member of hix family received support from Harrow Carers. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Janet Mote, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that a member of her family received support from Harrow Carers. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled people. She would remain in the room to listen to the response given to public question 1 and to the discussions relating to agenda item 9.
  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointee on the HAD. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointee on the CAB. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of a number of organisations, including the National Autistic Society, Friends of HAD, Welldon Activity Group, Centre for HDAD and Autism Support. She added that a number of organisations, such as Harrow Mencap, Mind in Harrow, Harrow Shop Mobility, Radiate, and DAWN were based in Greenhill Ward which she represented. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 19 January 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

11. Information, Advice and Advocacy Strategy

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of Cabinet, declared interests in that, in his employment he was doing some work with the National Association of Citizens’ Advice. He added that whilst he did not consider the interests to be pecuniary, he would treat these as such and leave the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice Bureau, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussions relating to the items. However, should the interests become pecuniary, during discussions, he would leave the room.

Meeting:  Thursday 19 January 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

18. Regeneration Finance

  • Councillor Paul Osborn - Pecuniary - Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a pecuniary interest in that he lived next to one of the sites identified in the confidential appendices at agenda 18. He would leave the room during discussions relating to this matter.

Meeting:  Thursday 16 February 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

14. Final Revenue Budget 2017/18 and Medium Term Financial Strategy 2017/18 to 2019/20

  • Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Sue Anderson and Keith Ferry, members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Greenhill Ward Councillors and a number of organisations mentioned in the report were situated in their Ward. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap, Radiate, Harrow Shop Mobility and DAWN. Councillor Sue Anderson added that a member of her family was in receipt of social care services and support for ADHD. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Graham Henson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that this wife worked for Rethink and sometimes worked in Harrow. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to the item. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which was a precepting authority. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family received support from Harrow Carers. Councillor Chris Mote added that a member of his family was also in receipt of benefits. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Sue Anderson and Keith Ferry, members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Greenhill Ward Councillors and a number of organisations mentioned in the report were situated in their Ward. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap, Radiate, Harrow Shop Mobility and DAWN. Councillor Sue Anderson added that a member of her family was in receipt of social care services and support for ADHD. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Graham Henson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that this wife worked for Rethink and sometimes worked in Harrow. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to the item. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which was a precepting authority. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family received support from Harrow Carers. Councillor Chris Mote added that a member of his family was also in receipt of benefits. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Graham Henson - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Sue Anderson and Keith Ferry, members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Greenhill Ward Councillors and a number of organisations mentioned in the report were situated in their Ward. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap, Radiate, Harrow Shop Mobility and DAWN. Councillor Sue Anderson added that a member of her family was in receipt of social care services and support for ADHD. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Graham Henson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that this wife worked for Rethink and sometimes worked in Harrow. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to the item. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which was a precepting authority. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family received support from Harrow Carers. Councillor Chris Mote added that a member of his family was also in receipt of benefits. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Sue Anderson and Keith Ferry, members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Greenhill Ward Councillors and a number of organisations mentioned in the report were situated in their Ward. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap, Radiate, Harrow Shop Mobility and DAWN. Councillor Sue Anderson added that a member of her family was in receipt of social care services and support for ADHD. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Graham Henson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that this wife worked for Rethink and sometimes worked in Harrow. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to the item. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which was a precepting authority. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family received support from Harrow Carers. Councillor Chris Mote added that a member of his family was also in receipt of benefits. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Sue Anderson and Keith Ferry, members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Greenhill Ward Councillors and a number of organisations mentioned in the report were situated in their Ward. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap, Radiate, Harrow Shop Mobility and DAWN. Councillor Sue Anderson added that a member of her family was in receipt of social care services and support for ADHD. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Graham Henson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that this wife worked for Rethink and sometimes worked in Harrow. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to the item. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which was a precepting authority. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family received support from Harrow Carers. Councillor Chris Mote added that a member of his family was also in receipt of benefits. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Keith Ferry - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Sue Anderson and Keith Ferry, members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Greenhill Ward Councillors and a number of organisations mentioned in the report were situated in their Ward. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap, Radiate, Harrow Shop Mobility and DAWN. Councillor Sue Anderson added that a member of her family was in receipt of social care services and support for ADHD. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Graham Henson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that this wife worked for Rethink and sometimes worked in Harrow. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to the item. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which was a precepting authority. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family received support from Harrow Carers. Councillor Chris Mote added that a member of his family was also in receipt of benefits. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Paul Osborn - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Sue Anderson and Keith Ferry, members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Greenhill Ward Councillors and a number of organisations mentioned in the report were situated in their Ward. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap, Radiate, Harrow Shop Mobility and DAWN. Councillor Sue Anderson added that a member of her family was in receipt of social care services and support for ADHD. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Graham Henson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that this wife worked for Rethink and sometimes worked in Harrow. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to the item. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which was a precepting authority. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family received support from Harrow Carers. Councillor Chris Mote added that a member of his family was also in receipt of benefits. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Richard Almond - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Sue Anderson and Keith Ferry, members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Greenhill Ward Councillors and a number of organisations mentioned in the report were situated in their Ward. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap, Radiate, Harrow Shop Mobility and DAWN. Councillor Sue Anderson added that a member of her family was in receipt of social care services and support for ADHD. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Graham Henson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that this wife worked for Rethink and sometimes worked in Harrow. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to the item. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which was a precepting authority. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family received support from Harrow Carers. Councillor Chris Mote added that a member of his family was also in receipt of benefits. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Sue Anderson and Keith Ferry, members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were Greenhill Ward Councillors and a number of organisations mentioned in the report were situated in their Ward. Councillor Sue Anderson added that she was a member of a number of organisations such as Mind in Harrow, Harrow Mencap, Radiate, Harrow Shop Mobility and DAWN. Councillor Sue Anderson added that a member of her family was in receipt of social care services and support for ADHD. They would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Graham Henson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that this wife worked for Rethink and sometimes worked in Harrow. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon. Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was an employee of the Citizens’ Advice, a national Charity. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to the item. Councillor Richard Almond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Harrow Citizens’ Advice Bureau. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a Council appointed representative on the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, which was a precepting authority. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that a member of their family received support from Harrow Carers. Councillor Chris Mote added that a member of his family was also in receipt of benefits. They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item. Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was as a trustee of Harrow Association of Disabled People. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.

Meeting:  Thursday 16 February 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

15. People Services MTFS Implementation Plan

  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that Kenton Road was situated in Greenhill Ward, which she represented. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 16 February 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

20. Improved Commercialisation of Helpline Service

  • Councillor Barry Kendler - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Barry Kendler, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that a member of his family was in receipt of the Helpline Service. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion relating to this item.

Meeting:  Tuesday 23 May 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

8. North Harrow Community Library

  • Councillor James Bond - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Bond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared an non-pecuniary interest and would remain in this room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the items.

Meeting:  Tuesday 23 May 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

11. Regeneration Programme quarterly update and programme procurement

  • Councillor Susan Hall - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Susan Hall, who was not a Member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she owned a business in Wealdstone. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the items but indicated that she would leave the room if the discussion became pecuniary.

Meeting:  Tuesday 23 May 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

16. North Harrow Community Library

  • Councillor James Bond - Non Pecuniary - Councillor James Bond, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared an non-pecuniary interest and would remain in this room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the items.

Meeting:  Tuesday 23 May 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

18. Regeneration Programme quarterly update and programme procurement

  • Councillor Susan Hall - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Susan Hall, who was not a Member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she owned a business in Wealdstone. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the items but indicated that she would leave the room if the discussion became pecuniary.

Meeting:  Thursday 15 June 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

13. Revenue and Capital Outturn 2016/17

  • Councillor Susan Hall - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Susan Hall, who was not a Member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that the report at page 237 of the agenda made reference to the Regeneration Programme and that she owned a business in Wealdstone. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item but indicated that she would leave the room if the discussion became pecuniary.

Meeting:  Thursday 15 June 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

11. Reorganisation of the Public Health Service

  • Councillor Adam Swersky - Pecuniary - Councillor Adam Swersky, a member of Cabinet, declared a pecuniary interest in that as part of his employment at Social Finance Limited, he was involved in forming a partnership agreement with Barnet Public Health to co-commission supported employment services for people with mental health issues. He would leave the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 13 July 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

4. Questions

  • Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane - Non Pecuniary - During public question time, Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a Member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in respect of question 6, in that he worked for national Citizens Advice. He would remain in the room to listen to the answer given.

Meeting:  Thursday 13 July 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

11. School Expansion Programme

  • Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who was not a Member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a parent of a young child. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item.

Meeting:  Thursday 14 September 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

2. Declarations of Interest

  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Prior to the conclusion of the meeting, Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was Vice Chair of Heath Robinson Memorial Trust.

Meeting:  Thursday 14 September 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

15. Building a Better Harrow - Autumn 2017 Report

  • Councillor Norman Stevenson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Norman Stevenson, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in relation to the car park at Waxwell Lane. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item.
  • Councillor Paul Osborn - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Paul Osborn, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in relation to Vaughan Road car park. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item.

Meeting:  Thursday 14 September 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

12. Future Delivery of Arts and Heritage Services: Update

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were members of Friends of Harrow Museum (at Headstone Manor). They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item.
  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Prior to the consideration of the item, Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were members of Friends of Harrow Museum (at Headstone Manor). They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Prior to the consideration of the item, Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were members of Friends of Harrow Museum (at Headstone Manor). They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillors Chris and Janet Mote, who were not members of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that they were members of Friends of Harrow Museum (at Headstone Manor). They would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item.
  • Councillor Jean Lammiman - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Jean Lammiman, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that Harrow Arts Centre was based in Hatch End Ward which she represented. She would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item.
  • Councillor John Hinkley - Non Pecuniary - Councillor John Hinkley, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that Harrow Arts Centre was based in Hatch End Ward which he represented. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item.
  • Councillor Niraj Dattani - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Niraj Dattani, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he worked for a company that had written the ‘platform’ used for the Arts Centre fund raising campaign. He would remain in the room to listen to the discussion and decision making relating to the item.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a Director of Cultura London although she had no powers as the company was dormant. Prior to the consideration of the item, Councillor Sue Anderson also declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of Friends of Harrow Museum (at Headstone Manor). She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 14 September 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

18. Strategic Performance Report - Quarter 1, 2017/18

  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Prior to the consideration of the item, Councillor Sue Anderson, a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a member of Harrow Health Walks. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 12 October 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

4. Questions

  • Councillor Chris Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Chris Mote who was not a member of Cabinet, declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a carer and one of the questions concerned the Council’s support for carers in the Borough. He would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.
  • Councillor Janet Mote - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Janet Mote, who was not a member of Cabinet, declared non-pecuniary interests in that she was a carer and one of the questions concerned the Council’s support for carers in the Borough. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered and would participate by putting the question, and a supplementary question, to the Portfolio Holder for Children, Young People and Schools.
  • Councillor Sue Anderson - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Sue Anderson declared a non-pecuniary interest in that she was a carer and one of the questions concerned the Council’s support for carers in the Borough. She would remain in the room whilst the matter was considered.

Meeting:  Thursday 16 November 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

3. Petitions

  • Councillor Stephen Greek - Non Pecuniary - Councillor Stephen Greek declared a non-pecuniary interest in that he was a governor of Weald Rise Primary School. He would remain in the room to listen to the terms of reference of the petition.

Meeting:  Thursday 7 December 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

8. Selective Licensing of Private Rented Accommodation in Roxbourne and Roxeth Wards

  • Councillor Sachin Shah - Pecuniary - Councillor Sachin Shah declared pecuniary interests in that he was a landlord. He would leave the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.

Meeting:  Thursday 7 December 2017 6.30 pm - Cabinet

11. Introduction of New Enforcement Powers under the Housing and Planning Act 2016

  • Councillor Sachin Shah - Pecuniary - Agenda Items 8/11– Selective Licensing of Private Rented Accommodation in Roxbourne and Roxeth Wards/ Introduction of New Enforcement Powers under the Housing and Planning Act 2016 Councillor Sachin Shah declared pecuniary interests in that he was a landlord. He would leave the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.
  • Councillor Sachin Shah - Pecuniary - Councillor Sachin Shah declared pecuniary interests in that he was a landlord. He would leave the room whilst the matters were considered and voted upon.