The new leader of Harrow Borough Council has announced her cabinet after taking control of the authority this week.
Council leader Susan Hall has announced the eight members of the new Tory cabinet after she was elected at a meeting on Monday which brought the council under Conservative control.
Cllr Hall said: "This new Conservative cabinet brings both a wealth of experience and some new faces to the table, all of whom share the ability and determination to deliver a cleaner, safer and fairer Harrow for our residents.
"We also welcome the increased scrutiny that will come from having opposition councillors as non-executive observers on cabinet, as we’re all keen to be kept on our toes.
"My colleagues and I are already hard at work, and will be unveiling more of our plans in the coming weeks."
The new cabinet has two new positions with a member responsible for health and wellbeing and member for business and enterprise to help the companies in the borough.
Continuing with the policy brought in under Independent Labour, there will also a non-executive member of cabinet which will include former leader Cllr Thaya Idaikkadar and two members of the Labour group.
The new members are:
Cllr Barry Macleod-Cullinane, who is deputy leader and member for adults and housing.
Cllr Tony Ferrari: member for finance.
Cllr Kamaljit Chana: member for business and enterprise.
Cllr Stephen Greek: member for planning, development and regeneration.
Cllr Manji Kara: member for community and culture.
Cllr Janet Mote: member for children and schools, with Cllr Christine Bednell to serve as advisor.
Cllr Paul Osborn: member for communications, performance and resources.
Cllr Simon Williams: member for health and wellbeing.
Cllr Stephen Wright: member for property and major contracts.