Hounslow Council has paid tribute to former Councillor Mohinder Gill who died yesterday (5 December)
Published: Thursday, 7th December 2017
Hounslow Council has paid tribute to former Councillor Mohinder Gill who died yesterday (5 December).
Councillor Gill was a Labour member representing Heston Central Ward from 1994 until he retired in 2014. He was twice Chair of the Sustainable Development Committee (now known as the Planning Committee) and was also the first chair of the Sustainable Development (Enforcement) Sub-Committee when it was first created in 2011.
During his career, he also sat on a number of formal council bodies including the Overview and Scrutiny Committee, the Licensing Committee and the Schools Admissions Forum.
He was appointed to a number of outside bodies including the Heathrow Airport Consultative Committee, the local Citizens Advice Bureau, the London Councils Grants Committee, the Heston and Isleworth Old People’s Welfare Committee and the Heston Parochial Charities.
Leader of Hounslow Council, Councillor Steve Curran, said; “I would like to pay tribute to Councillor Gill. Over a long period of public service, he played a leading role in his community and on the Council.
“On behalf of everyone at the Council I would like to express our gratitude, and condolences to his family and friends.”