Councillor Mike Hogg

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  • Allowances & Expenses
  • Election History
  • Party History
  • Ward History
  • Members Interests
  • Committees
  • Outside Bodies
  • Training History
  • Hospitality & Gifts
  • Locality Budget
  • Attendance
Councillor Mike Hogg
08 May 1986
First Elected
08 May 1986
Liberal Democrats
St Anne's and St John's
c/o Town Hall
High Street
Telephone No:
01206 865864
Job Title:
Basic Allowance £7293.55, Licensing Committee SRA £492.32

Election History

Thu 8 May 1986  

Party Representation History

Liberal DemocratsThu 8 May 1986

Ward Representation History

St Anne's Thu 8 May 1986 Sun 8 May 2016
St Anne's and St John'sMon 9 May 2016 Sun 9 May 2021
St Anne's and St John'sMon 10 May 2021

Current Outside Body Appointments

Outside BodyJoining Date
There are no current outside bodies for this member.

Past Outside Body Appointments

Past Outside BodyPast Joining DatePast Leaving Date
There are no past outside bodies for this member.

Personal Register of Interests

Date of NoticeReceipt by Monitoring OfficerView
23 February 201723 February 2017

Meeting Declarations

Committee NameMeeting DateNatureView
Licensing Committee14 December 2016Non-Pecuniary
Licensing Sub-Committee Hearings16 December 2016Non-Pecuniary
Council22 February 2017Non-Pecuniary
Scrutiny Panel28 March 2017Non-Pecuniary
Scrutiny Panel13 June 2017Non-Pecuniary
Scrutiny Panel13 June 2017Non-Pecuniary
Scrutiny Panel13 June 2017Non-Pecuniary
Scrutiny Panel18 July 2017Non-Pecuniary
Licensing Committee19 July 2017Non-Pecuniary
Council03 December 2020Non-Pecuniary
Mon, 21 Nov 2022Chief Executive Briefing - Community Development 
Tue, 1 Nov 2022Briefing on Sustainability and Climate Change 
Wed, 26 Oct 2022Chief Executive Briefing - The story so far 
Tue, 25 Oct 2022Cost of Living Crisis Support for residents briefing 
Mon, 26 Sep 2022Chief Executive Briefing - Levelling Up/ Shared Prosperity Fund 
Wed, 10 Aug 2022Tendring Colchester Borders Garden Community Briefing 
Tue, 2 Aug 2022Chief Executive Briefing - Electoral Reform 
Mon, 25 Jul 2022Colchester Borough Homes Briefing 
Wed, 18 May 2022Planning Training  
Mon, 28 Mar 2022Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking 
Thu, 10 Mar 2022Central Colchester Neighbourhood Pilot Update 
Wed, 5 Jan 2022Briefing on Permitted Development  
Wed, 15 Dec 2021Briefing on the Vaccine Booster Programme and Volunteering 
Mon, 8 Nov 2021Joint Committee for Tendring Colchester Borders Garden Community 
Tue, 2 Nov 2021Suicide Awareness and Prevention Training 
Wed, 27 Oct 2021Licensing Training - Gambling Act 2005 and Safeguarding 
Mon, 18 Oct 2021Councillor Safety Briefing 
Tue, 6 Jul 2021Delays in Elective Surgery Briefing 
Tue, 15 Jun 2021Tackling the Climate Challenge 
Tue, 8 Jun 2021Licensing Act 2003 Training 
Wed, 19 May 2021Planning Training 
Thu, 21 Jan 2021Vaccination Programme 
Thu, 15 Oct 2020Scrutiny Training 
Tue, 6 Oct 2020GDPR Training 
Thu, 3 Sep 2020Local List and Assets of Community Value 
Fri, 5 Jun 2020Licensing Training - Sexual Entertainment Venues and Safeguarding 
Tue, 11 Feb 2020Garden Communities Briefing 
Wed, 12 Jun 2019Licensing Training 
Mon, 4 Mar 2019Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner Briefing 
Tue, 5 Feb 2019Policing in Colchester 
Tue, 8 Jan 2019Parking Schemes and Traffic Regulation Orders 
Mon, 26 Nov 2018Colchester Borough Homes Briefing 
Mon, 10 Sep 2018Social Media Training 
Tue, 19 Jun 2018Universal Credit and Colchester Update 
Mon, 11 Jun 2018Introduction to Local Government Finance 
Tue, 8 May 2018Safeguarding, Equality and Diversity and GDPR 
Mon, 26 Feb 2018Emergency Planning Briefing 
Tue, 9 Jan 2018Essex Highways Briefing 
Wed, 8 Nov 2017Working Together Across Colchester 
Wed, 14 Jun 2017Licensing Training 
Thu, 20 Apr 2017Sustainable Development Training 
Tue, 11 Apr 2017Bradwell New Nuclear programme briefing 
Tue, 24 Jan 2017Keeping Councillors Safe 
Tue, 6 Dec 2016Policing in Colchester 
Tue, 15 Nov 2016Scrutiny Training 
Thu, 13 Oct 2016Managing Unauthorised Encampments in the Borough 
Tue, 12 Jul 2016Gang Violence in Colchester 
Fri, 17 Jun 2016Licensing Training 
Thu, 12 May 2016New Council Conference 
Tue, 9 Feb 2016Safeguarding 
Mon, 11 Jan 2016Air Quality Action Plan and Low Emission Strategy Briefing 
Thu, 12 Nov 2015Devolution 
Wed, 1 Jul 2015Universal Credit and Colchester 
Mon, 1 Dec 2014Colchester Housing Strategy 2015 briefing 
Mon, 20 Oct 2014Local Government Boundary Commission: Warding Proposals briefing 
Tue, 7 Oct 2014Welfare Reform Update 
Wed, 17 Sep 2014Licensing Training 
Wed, 12 Mar 2014UCC FSR Briefing 
Tue, 10 Sep 2013Licensing Training 
Tue, 30 Jul 2013Scrutiny Training 
There are no hospitality and gift records for this member.

Please find below the 2022/23 Locality Budget spends for Councillor Hogg

Date  Total Contribution  Description   
31/07/2022 £200 To provide goody bags with essential groceries and food to families identified by our local primary schools- Willowbrook, Parson’s Heath, Roach Vale, Friar Grove and St John’s, plus those families identified by the St Anne’s Community Hall Association. St Anne's Community Halls Association
£200  Contribution to Community Fun Day. St Anne's Community Halls Association   

Please find below the 2021/22 Locality Budget spends for Councillor Hogg

Date  Total Contribution  Description   
31/10/2021 £100 To fund a Children's Christmas Party for  St Anne's residents. St Anne's Community Hall
30/11/2021 £300 To fill a Goody Bag with Christmas presents for each resident of Mary Frank House and Fairfield Gardens- sheltered accommodation. St Anne's Community Hall   
30/11/2021  £450  A bench opposite Rovers Tye on the greensward opposite Ipswich Road. A resting place for walkers using this route. Internal   
30/11/2021  £500  To provide goody bags for (essential groceries, food) to families identified by our local primary schools - Willowbrook School, Parson's Heath, Roach Vale, Fria's Grove, and St John's School, plus those families identified by the St Anne's Community Hall Association. St Anne's Community Hall   
31/01/2022   £500 To get essential food and  groceries as required for families in St Anne’s & St John’s that are not able to  feed themselves and their families due to financial difficulties. St Anne's Community Hall Association  
31/01/2022   £300 Payment for fencing, rolled over from previous budget. Internal  
31/01/2022   £100 To offset cost of filling planters at St Christopher's shops. Growing in St Johns  
31/01/2022   £250 To help with the continual running of The Youth Club that meets every Friday evening from 6pm to 8pm, for the youth residing in the St Anne’s and St John’s Area. St Anne's Community Hall Association  


Please find below the 2020/21 Locality Budget spends for Councillor Hogg

Date  Total Contribution  Description   
30/04/2020 £100 Money to help supply the vital food some residents require. Colchester Foodbank
30/06/2020 £250  Money for a community garden shed for the volunteer gardeners to sustain and improve the garden environment. St Annes Community Hall Association   
31/07/2020 £120  Willow Brook Primary School has joined forces with Amazing Minds CIC so that the children in the school can build mental health and well being skills during this unprecedented times. Lockdown has not only impacted on the education of many children, but also their emotional stability, and this funding is to tackle this issue. Amazing Minds CIC  
30/11/2020  £300  Christmas dinner or hamper to be provided to the local elderly residents, in order to tackle isolation. St Annes Community Hall Association    
30/11/2020  £300  Provision and repair of emergency lighting. St Annes Community Hall Association   
31/01/2020  £80  Toward purchase of new IT equipment to benefit users of the hall. St Annes Community Hall Association   
31/01/2020  £550  Dog bin and litter bin for Community use to support/enable the environment and green of Colchester Internal  


Please find below the 2019/20 Locality Budget spends for Councillor Hogg

Date  Total Contribution  Description   Category
31/08/2019 £100 Tackling loneliness through tea and coffee drop in sessions. Greenstead and St Anne's Church  OPPORTUNITY, WELL-BEING
 31/08/2019  £200 Small repairs to facility. The Colchester Korban Project  GROWTH OPPORTUNITY WELLBEING
01/11/2019 £125 Enhancing the appearance of the frontage to the school’s reception, making it more welcoming to the pupils, parents and visitors. Friars Grove Primary School  RESPONSIBILITY GROWTH OPPORTUNITY WELLBEING
 01/12/2019  £200 Enhancement of natural area using wood craft skills for the benefit of the community. Internal OPPORTUNITY WELLBEING
 01/12/2019  £280 Christmas dinner for local elderly. St Anne's Community Hall Association  RESPONSIBILITY GROWTH OPPORTUNITY WELLBEING
 01/12/2019  £320 Running costs. St Anne's Youth Club  RESPONSIBILITY GROWTH OPPORTUNITY WELLBEING
 01/01/2020  £256.50  Rock salt for the car park and footpaths. St Anne's Community Hall Association   RESPONSIBILITY
 01/01/2020  £238.50  Purchase of artistic consumables (paper paint etc) sports equipment etc. St Anne's Youth Club  OPPORTUNITY WELLBEING 
 31/01/2020 £300  Contribution to supply storage for garden equipment at Mary Frank House. Colchester Borough Homes   OPPORTUNITY WELLBEING 



Please find below the 2018/19 Locality Budget spends for Councillor Hogg

Date  Total Contribution  Description   Category
31/07/2018 £1,000  Provision of outside area for special needs members - St Ann's Community Hall Association  Wellbeing
31/12/2018 £280  To provide a Christmas lunch for older single people, St Anne's Community Hall Association  Wellbeing
  £126.60  To provide a defibrilator on site for public use, St Anne's Community Hall Association   Wellbeing
  £50  Provision of bench on site for residents use, St Anne's Community Hall Association  Wellbeing 
  £250  Provision and planting of tree at Lancaster Way, St Anne's Community Hall Association  Wellbeing 
31/01/2019  £293.40  Supporting youth services including educational sessions, St Annes Community Hall Association   RESPONSIBILITY OPPORTUNITY WELLBEING 


Please find below the 2017/18 Locality Budget spends for Councillor Hogg

Date  Total Contribution  Description   Category
03/05/2017 £2,000  Community & Sensory Garden - St Anne's Community Hall Association  Vibrant and Welcoming 


Further information on Locality Budgets for Councillors

Member Attendance

Attendance Summary

Expected attendances15 
Present as expected15100%
Apologies received00% of absences
In attendance (as a visitor)1 

Attendance Details