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Havering Council’s new cabinet members

17:25 12 June 2014

The new cabinet members in Havering Town Hall chamber. Cllr Meg Davis was unavailable.

The new cabinet members in Havering Town Hall chamber. Cllr Meg Davis was unavailable.

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Cllr Roger Ramsey, who was elected leader at the full Council meeting yesterday, has announced the new cabinet responsibilities. They are as follows:

-Cabinet Member for Value: Cllr Roger Ramsey

With responsibility for finance, corporate support services, policy, communications

-Cabinet Member for Housing: Cllr Damian White

With responsibility for housing allocation and management

-Cabinet Member for Culture and Community Engagement: Cllr Melvin Wallace

With responsibility for: culture and leisure services, youth services, community engagement, customer services

-Cabinet Member for Regulatory Services and Community Safety: Cllr Osman Dervish

With responsibility for: strategic planning, planning and building control, community safety, public protection

-Cabinet Member for Children and Learning: Cllr Meg Davis

With responsibility for: children’s social services, education

-Cabinet Member for Adult Social Services and Health: Cllr Wendy Brice-Thompson

With responsibility for: adult social services, public health, health partnerships

-Cabinet Member for Environment: Cllr Robert Benham

With responsibility for: regeneration, economic development, StreetCare

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