New administration takes control of Harrow Borough Council

This Is Local London: Labour's new cabinet, led by Cllr David Perry Labour's new cabinet, led by Cllr David Perry

Labour officially took power at Harrow Borough Council this evening.

The group's leader Councillor David Perry was voted in as leader of the council at the meeting at the Civic Centre in Station Road.

The meeting also saw the appointment of Cllr Ajay Maru as Mayor of Harrow for the coming municipal year with Cllr Krishna Suresh as deputy.

Members of the Labour administration's new cabinet were also officially appointed.

The Labour group won a majority in the local elections last month, taking 34 seats to the Conservative group's 26, with independents winning two and Lib Dems retaining their single seat.

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9:03am Fri 13 Jun 14

pravinshah1 says...

I congratulate Cllr Perry and the Labour group for taking control of Harrow Borough Council and getting rid of unwanted cabinet posts. I also congratulate Cllr Ajay Maru as Mayor of Harrow for the coming municipal year with Cllr Krishna Suresh as deputy.

The Labour group would now have to evaluate the events in the last year to see how things could be improved, both in terms of it’s as well as the council's work!
I congratulate Cllr Perry and the Labour group for taking control of Harrow Borough Council and getting rid of unwanted cabinet posts. I also congratulate Cllr Ajay Maru as Mayor of Harrow for the coming municipal year with Cllr Krishna Suresh as deputy. The Labour group would now have to evaluate the events in the last year to see how things could be improved, both in terms of it’s as well as the council's work! pravinshah1
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