Councillor Ameet Jogia
Phone: 07753 464 149
Ameet was born in Harrow and has lived there all his life. Ameet studied at St Dominic’s College on Harrow-on-the-Hill, and graduated from King’s College London with a degree in Geography.
Ameet Jogia was elected as Councillor for Canons Ward in May 2014, getting the highest number of votes compared to any other candidate in the entire borough. Ameet is currently the youngest Councillor in Harrow.
In May 2015, Ameet was promoted to the Shadow Cabinet in Harrow, becoming the Cabinet Member for Culture and Community. Ameet is also part Harrow’s Traffic and Road Safety Panel, which oversees parking restrictions and road safety schemes around the borough.
Ameet currently works in Westminster as a Political Aide. Prior to that Ameet worked for Network Rail as a Graduate Manager working on the Sussex Mainline. During his time at Network Rail, Ameet qualified as a Signaller and as a Deputy Station Manager for London Victoria Station.
Ameet also worked alongside Zac Goldsmith MP for his Mayoral Campaign, leading Zac’s campaign to engage with London’s BME communities in the London 2016 Mayoral Elections.
Ameet remains committed to serving his borough and has a passion for helping people.
Councillor Amir Moshenson
Phone: 07503 464 091
Since his election in 2011, Amir is interested in improving the services the Council provides, he is active on the Governance, Audit, Risk Management and Standards committee that is entrusted with ensuring that governance and financial frameworks are effective. Amir is a project manager in financial technology software and has background in Law.
Having a young family, Amir is passionate about family activities, open spaces and personal safety in the borough.
Councillor Bharat Thakker
Phone: 07712 872 575
Bharat is an engineering graduate and a Chartered Accountant with experience of working in Financial Services industry for close to 40 years.
He has lived in Harrow with his family for over 30 years, and is a passionate believer in policies for ensuring that Harrow remains a clean and a safe place. To that end, as a Councillor for Canons Ward since May 2014, he has worked hard to support the residents of Canons, and where appropriate, other parts of Harrow, and has successfully resolved their issues. He is available 24/7 to serve the residents.
He has used his considerable skills and experience, acquired over the years in his career, for the benefit of Harrow residents; particularly so, as an active member of the Audit, Risk and Standards Committee, the Vice-Chairman of the Pension Fund Committee and a member of Performance and Finance Scrutiny Committee, he has contributed to the efficiency and effectiveness of the Council.
His aim is for the Council to cut waste and work more efficiently giving local residents good value for their money and at the same time continuing with and improving the services we all rely on.