And senior members will receive as much as£12,000 more under the plans, which are still subject to approval.
Currently councillors receive a taxable basic allowance of£650 a year, which is increased to an average of£1,500 a year once attendance allowance is added on.
Under the new system, attendance allowance would be scrapped and instead every councillor would receive a new basic allowance of£5,250 plus£300 to cover all transport within Barnet, in addition to£1,000 a year for equipment and services, bringing the total each councillor receives to£6,550.
The leader of the council would receive three times the basic allowance -£15,750 - and the deputy leader£10,500. Currently both posts earn less than£5,000 on average.
Subject to approvals, the schemeeee, which would cost the council around£430,000, would take effect from 1 April next year.