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Harlow Labour unveil their new shadow cabinet

News / Wed 5th Jun 2024 at 03:34pm

THE LEADER of Harlow Labour has unveiled his new shadow cabinet.

Councillor James Griggs said: “I am delighted to announce the Labour Shadow Cabinet for Harlow Council.

“This is a strong team with an excellent range of experience and skills that will ensure the administration is held to account and that the views of the Labour voting majority are heard’

The Shadow Cabinet

Leader
James Griggs

Deputy Leader and Shadow Portfolio holder for Public Protection
Lanie Shears

Finance
Stefan Mullard-Toal

Housing
Jodi Dunne

Garden Town and Planning
Nancy Watson

Regeneration
Tony Durcan

Corporate Services & Transformation
Kay Morrison

Environment and Sustainability
Jake Shepherd

Community and Wellbeing
Tony Edwards

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5 Comments for Harlow Labour unveil their new shadow cabinet:

Carly
2024-06-05 16:24:05

these sound like made up jobs

Mark Gough
2024-06-05 17:39:12

Can't see any of them laying a finger on their Tory Opposite numbers, with the possible exception of Tony Duncan. I haven't checked, but presumably these titles match the actual Portfolio Holders ones! Mark Gough -Leader Harlow UKIP

Bazza
2024-06-05 19:09:17

It’s a new circus coming to the own park!

Nostradamus
2024-06-06 06:08:16

There's at least one key post missing, there's obviously Tory cabinet posts for Demolition and Destruction, Mythical Creatures, Housing and Hospitals, Future Flooding, sewage discharges and Environmental degradation, Pot hole sustainability, pollution and traffic congestion, Magical accounting and so many more who have been working hard and have delivered the town and town centre we see today.

David Forman
2024-06-06 09:09:19

The strong team that includes the last Labour administration's regeneration portfolio holder Tony Durcan. The man in 2020 that missed out on £10.4 million of government Towns Fund because his plans "did not meet stringent criteria on value for money for the taxpayer." The man that was reported in the 3rd February 2022 Council meeting had wasted £1,130,668.78 on regeneration projects that never happened. This waste included £695,733.30 on the former Lister House site. Durcan's Lister scheme was described by specialists as “too expensive, too much and a management nightmare.” See YourHarlow report at https://www.yourharlow.com/2022/02/04/tories-slam-750000-spend-on-plans-and-consultants-for-old-lister-house-site-that-has-sat-derelict-for-years/

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