Harrow Council have vowed to restore pride in the borough following a full council meeting last week at Harrow Arts Centre.
A new vision for Harrow was approved at the meeting held on Thursday (24 November) last week which will see the Council restore pride in the borough over the course of three years. Three new priorities now sit at the heart of everything the Council does to deliver its services to Harrow residents and businesses – these include ‘Putting residents first; a clean and safe borough; and supporting those in need will be at the heart of everything the Council does, say Harrow Council.
In February next year, a new corporate plan will be developed setting out how these new priorities will be delivered, measured and monitored.
Cllr Paul Osborn, Leader of the Council said: “I want a borough where residents feel proud of living in Harrow. Our new vision puts residents first, deals with the issues that matter the most and supports them in times of need.
“Harrow residents want to feel valued and supported by the Council. While we are doing well in some areas, there is a lot of work to do in others. We know we can do better, restore pride and improve the quality of life for our residents.
“We’re already working to improve our customer experience; our environment and enforcement strategy for a cleaner and safer borough; and deliver accessible services to support those who are vulnerable.”