Main event of last night’s Cabinet meeting was to make a decision on the Liveable Streets Bow scheme which has been quite controversial.
Mayor Biggs Cabinet will today attempt to get approval for the Liveable Streets Bow decision through on the quiet.
Quite what went on with the transfer of Poplar HARCA housing stock to the Council is anyone’s guess.
In a more recent Audit Committee meeting there is reference to all sorts of stuff that has not come to light until now.
Opposition councillors Andrew Wood, Rabina Khan and Peter Golds will propose a motion at Council to slow down the approach that Labour want to take to the Mayoral referendum issue.
Later today, Friday 13th November, there is an Extraordinary General Purposes Committee meeting at 2pm. Anyone know what it’s about?
To the surprise of nobody ever Lutfur Rahman has announced his candidacy to be the next Directly elected Mayor of Tower Hamlets – again.
Tower Hamlets Labour Party ‘group’ met in secret on Monday evening and did exactly what Mayor Biggs told them to do.
A Labour Party meeting this evening will discuss the attempt to reintroduce democracy to the borough by ditching the position of Directly elected Mayor.
Tower Hamlets Council has launched its Budget consultation exercise for a year in the future but we don’t know which year.
Even by Rotten Boroughs standards Tower Hamlets has excelled itself this week with two quite extraordinary events taking place in the same Cabinet meeting.