Borough Councillors

Duncan Flynn

Duncan was first elected to Hillingdon Council in 2014 and re-elected in 2018 to represent Northwood Hills ward where he lives.

Duncan serves as the Vice Chairman of the Council’s Social Care, Housing & Public Health Policy Overview Committee and North Planning Committee.

Becky Haggar

Becky was elected to serve Eastcote & East Ruislip in 2014. Becky has been a Hillingdon resident all her life and has three daughters, all educated at the local schools.

Carol Melvin

Carol is married to Andrew and they have two Daughters both happily married and two Grandsons aged 26 years and 2 years. Carol’s early married life was spent traveling with her Husband who was an Army Bandmaster. When Andrew retired after serving 22 years they settled in Northwood in 1996.

Kam Chana

Kam Chana is a local Pinner South ward resident and is married with two young children.

Scott Seaman-Digby

Scott grew up in the Borough and went to Queensmead and then onto Royal Holloway (University of London), where he read Economics & Politics, graduating in 1994 and starting a graduate training role with Marks & Spencer plc.

Chris Mote

Chris has been a Harrow councillor with 25 years service. He has represented Pinner South for the last 20 years, been leader of the conservative group and leader of Harrow council, and is currently shadow portfolio for older people.

Jonathan Bianco

Jonathan has been a councillor for 24 years after having lived in the area since 1984. He is well known for consistently opposing inappropriate housing development on our open spaces and Green Belt.

Paul Osborn

Paul has lived in the Borough for over 30 years and was first elected to Harrow Council for Pinner Ward at a by-election in 2001. Paul has fought over many years to save Pinner’s Police Station and to support local businesses.

Nick Denys

Nick was first elected as Councillor for Eastcote and East Ruislip on 22 May 2014. He has an interest in local community groups, is a qualified community mediator, and has coached football at youth clubs near where he has lived. He is passionate about Localism.

John Morgan

John has lived in Northwood Hills since 1993. He is married to Fiona, and has one daughter who attends University. John can often be seen walking, or on his Triumph motorbike.