Councillor Gerald McGregor - Chiswick Homefields

I grew up in Paddington, escaping from a bleak inner-city upbringing by passing the 11`+ and attending St Marylebone Grammar School (a school since destroyed by Shirley Williams). The teaching was so good that I got a place at Exeter University and studied Politics, Government and Geography.

Upon moving to Chiswick, I fell in love with the community - there is a real sense of living in a village yet also being part of the greatest city in the world. Since being elected to represent you in 2004, it has been a real privilege to serve as one of your three ward Councillors for Homefields on Hounslow Council.

My career as a chartered accountant really helps me in my role on the Council. I am able to navigate my way through highly complex Council Budget papers and the constant demands of being a Director of Hounslow Homes. The key is to maintain a follow up – whether you are preparing case work responses or scrutinising the decisions of the administration. This sort of background experience helps deliver successful outcomes and support for Council Tenants, Taxpayers, Tradesmen  and those who bring their concerns to the local surgery.

As a Councillor I’ve specialised in Budget and Finance – delivering  four years of cost effective financial management between 2006 and 2010 with a standstill in council tax for that period and the maintenance of services and personnel This record stands in sharp contrast to the current socialist administration who have failed to keep services (Chiswick Day Centre for example) and who have added insult to injury by suggesting a cut in Council Tax whilst shedding crocodile tears over the reduction of local authority staff at all levels losing experienced professional officers in the process.

But I am particularly committed to Chiswick, by maintaining the character of this very special area that we live in and by continuing to provide assistance to residents with  the very many issues that affect their daily lives.

Contact information

Mobile:  07766 471 000



Surgery details

Every Saturday from 09.30am - 10.30am at Chiswick Library. 

Please note, ward councillors from Chiswick Homefields, Chiswick Riverside and Turnham Green attend surgeries on rota basis. 

No appointment needed.


A week to go!

There is still time for residents of Chiswick to get their applications in for the Carillion Community Chest Fund 2016, with the deadline for applications at noon on Wednesday 30th March 

Chiswick Vice Chair welcomes latest Crime Statistics

Local Crime Statistics at a recent Chiswick Area Forum meeting show Hounslow has witnessed a 25% drop in seven key crime areas targeted by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC). The seven key areas include: Burglary, Violence with Injury, Theft from Motor Vehicle, Theft of a Motor Vehicle, Robbery, Criminal damage and Theft from a person. 

See Also

Councillor Sam Hearn - Chiswick Riverside

I have lived in the Chiswick Riverside Ward since 1988 and have represented its residents as a Councillor since 2008. I have ensured that the voice of local residents has been heard loud and clear on contentious issues such as CPZs and waste recycling. In addition I have successfully resolved a wide range of problems for individual residents. My experience as a qualified accountant and businessman has proved invaluable on a number of key council committees. I remain a Governor of the wonderful Strand on the Green Junior School that both my children attended.  

Councillor Michael Denniss - Chiswick Riverside

Michael has lived in Chiswick Riverside all his life. He studied History at York University and went on to study law. He qualified as a solicitor in 2016 and now works in the public sector. He has been involved in local charities like The Shelter Project Hounslow and local environment initiatives such as Thames Strategy: Kew to Chelsea. Michael knows the area, understands local issues and is keen to represent Chiswick Riverside as a Conservative councillor.

Councillor Joanna Biddolph - Turnham Green

I moved into Chiswick (to a flat on the Turnham Green ward side of Devonshire Road) in 1983 and currently live in the Gunnersbury Park Garden Estate conservation area in the north west corner of the ward.

Councillor Ron Mushiso - Turnham Green

I live in the borough on the other side of Chiswick roundabout. I spent my early teens in foster home here in Chiswick and returned to work locally some years later. As a fostered child, I understand the importance of social care and social services.

Councillor Ranjit Gill - Turnham Green

I am a qualified accountant and have lived in the borough for nearly 30 years. I want an end to wastefulness and for resources to be directed to cleaning up our streets, tackling crime, and caring for the young and elderly. We need value for our money and more openness and accountability.