Cllr Robert Freeman

Cllr  Robert Freeman
07 May 1998
07 May 1998
c/o The Town Hall
Hornton Street
W8 7NX

Election History

Thu 7 May 1998  

Party Representation History

PartyRepresentation FromRepresentation To
ConservativeThu 7 May 1998

Ward Representation History

Current Committee Memberships

Past Committee Memberships

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Appeals Panel Chairman26 May 201617 October 2019
Adult Social Care and Health Scrutiny Committee Chairman26 January 201724 July 2019
Executive and Corporate Services Scrutiny Committee Member24 May 201824 July 2019
Investment Committee Member24 May 201822 May 2019
Family and Children's Services Scrutiny Committee Member25 May 201723 May 2018

Personal Register of Interests

Meeting Declarations

Tue, 21 May 2019West London Clinical Commissioning Group information seminarfor members of Adult Social Care & Health Scrutiny Committee
Thu, 26 Jul 2018Fukushima Province, JapanDinner - accepted£50
Thu, 25 Oct 2018Ambassador of Japan in LondonBottle of Celebration Saki - accepted£100
Thu, 18 Oct 2018Cadogan EstateDrinks reception and book - accepted£50
Tue, 27 Nov 2018Kensington and Chelsea CAB Bottle of champagne - accepted£27
Thu, 22 Nov 2018Ministry of Foreign Affairs, JapanParty at the Japanese Embassy and Dinner at the Ambassador's residence - Accepted £75.00
Thu, 22 Nov 2018Ministry of Foreign Affairs, JapanDrinks reception - Accepted£25.00
Thu, 22 Nov 2018Ministry of Foreign Affairs, JapanDinner - Accepted£50.00
Mon, 10 Dec 2018Ministry of Foreign Affairs, SwedenDrinks reception - Accepted£25.00
Mon, 10 Dec 2018Danish Embassy, LondonLunch at Pizza Express - Accepted£25.00
Wed, 12 Dec 2018Ministry of Foreign Affairs, JapanDrinks reception at the Japanese Embassy to celebrate the birthday of the Emperor - Accepted£30.00
Tue, 7 May 2019Imperial CollegeHonours Dinner - accepted£50.00
Wed, 12 Jun 2019Government of JapanAir fares, hotel and hospitality Tokyo and Fukushima Province Japan - Accepted - The object of the visit was to promote relations between Fukushima Province and the Royal Borough. Last year the Foreign Ministry of Japan awarded me a Certificate of Commendation for my work on promoting relations between the UK and Japan. That is why the Embassy asked me to make this visit to promote relations between Fukushima and the Royal Borough. The Royal Borough has played an important part in the revival of Fukushima Province after the disaster of the Tsunami. I was accompanied by Lady Arnold, our Deputy Lieutenant, who represented Her Majesty and Prince William on this visit. Lady Arnold and I met and held discussions with the Deputy Governor of Fukushima Province, the British Embassy in Tokyo, the Mayor and the Education Board in Motomiya City. We discussed a visit by Pupils of Motomiya City Schools to Kensington and Chelsea and the Fukushima Garden, that took place in July of this year. A visit was also arranged for the Motomiya City Pupils to Holland Park School. As a result of our visit the Government of Motomiya City is sponsoring a visit by twelve Holland Park School Pupils to Fukushima Province. £2700.00
Thu, 20 Jun 2019Government of EstoniaReception to celebrate independence - Accepted£30.00
Wed, 26 Jun 2019CW+Reception and book - Accepted£50.00
Wed, 10 Jul 2019Motomiya City Fukushima Province JapanDinner - Accepted£50.00
Tue, 16 Jul 2019Government of JapanReception - Accepted£30.00