Councillor Paul Conlan

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  • Ward History
  • Party History
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  • Outside Bodies
  • Hospitality & Gifts
  • Surgeries
Councillor Paul Conlan
Elected:
22 May 2014
First Elected::
22 May 2014
Party:
Labour
Ward:
Walpole
Address:
15 Inglis Road
Ealing
London



W5 3RJ
Mobile Telephone No:
0780 8930917
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Election History

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Thu 22 May 2014  

Party Representation History

Ward Representation History

Current Committee Memberships

CommitteeRoleJoining Date
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Boundaries Panel Member22 May 2018
Council Member28 May 2014
Local Development Plan Advisory Committee Member26 May 2020
Overview and Scrutiny Committee Member22 May 2018
Planning Committee Member11 June 2014

Past Committee Memberships

CommitteeRoleJoining DateLeaving Date
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(2018/19) Scrutiny Review Panel 1 (Housing and Planning) Member22 May 201806 May 2019
Local Development Plan Advisory Committee Member11 June 201422 May 2018
Health and Adult Social Services Standing Scrutiny Panel Member11 June 201421 May 2018
(2017/18) Scrutiny Review Panel 2 (Licensing Policy) Vice-Chair09 May 201702 May 2018
(2017/18) Scrutiny Review Panel 3 (Future Ealing) Member09 May 201702 May 2018

Current Outside Body Appointments

Past Outside Body Appointments

Personal Register of Interests

Meeting Declarations

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 SURGERIES CANCELLED DUE TO PUBLIC HEALTH ADVICE TO REDUCE THE SPREAD OF COVID-19.

Surgeries: Walpole ward councillors have an open door policy and invite residents to contact them anytime by telephone or e-mail to make an appointment to discuss any issue at a mutually convenient time and place.

Roving Surgeries: Walpole ward councillors will also hold monthly roving surgeries on the first Saturday of the month. We will visit all streets and parts of the ward on a regular basis to ensure that we can quickly identify any issues that are concerning residents.