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FOR the purpose of public information, I publish below a list of the known, remaining supporters on the Council of the Haringey Development Vehicle (“HDV”)—i.e. a sub-set of the Council Labour Group.

This follows at least two Labour Group meetings this year that voted on the subject. All voting about this public matter, took place in private, behind closed doors.

At the time of writing (21 August 2017), I believe the list to be accurate.

I've put the names in alphabetical order. I have bolded those who are currently Members of the Council Cabinet, as they have a special responsibility for policy (for the Crouch End Cllrs., I've added an asterisk for local interest). I have not included as a supporter, those Members who abstained on the matter.

I have no wish to misrepresent anyone and would apologise to anybody who is mistakenly included on this list or, by mistake, is not included. If any Member would like to be added or removed from this list, I undertake to correct the mistake or omission as quickly as possible.


Cllr. Kaushika Amin

Cllr. Jason Arthur *

Cllr. Eugene Ayisi

Cllr. Dhiren Basu

Cllr. Barbara Blake

Cllr. Clare Bull

Cllr. Joanna Christophides

Cllr. Ali Demirci

Cllr. Natan Doron *

Cllr. Sarah Elliot *

Cllr. Tim Gallagher

Cllr. Joe Goldberg

Cllr. Eddie Griffith

Cllr. Claire Kober

Cllr. Toni Mallet

Cllr. Jennifer Mann

Cllr. Stephen Mann

Cllr. Peter Mitchell

Cllr. Ali Gull Ozbek

Cllr. James Patterson

Cllr. Shiela Peacock

Cllr. Lorna Reith

Cllr. Raj Sahota

Cllr. Alan Strickland

Cllr. Bernice Vanier

Cllr. Ann Waters

Cllr. Elin Weston

Cllr. Charles Wright

Errors and Omissions Excepted



Note: the total number of Members of Haringey Council is 57  (3 Councillors x 19 Wards)

Source: based on this note and the inverse of this earlier list of Labour Councillors who do not support the HDV policy. And, updated to today's date, by private research for subsequent adjustment.


Tags: Cllrs., Councillors, HDV, Haringey Development Vehicle, LLP, Limited Liability Partnership, regeneration, support, supporters

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This seems to have gone as far as it usefully can. Perhaps the judicial review will render the assessment moot.  


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