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The New Harrow Local Plan 2021-2041

Regulation 18 Consultation 26th February - 25th April

The London Borough of Harrow is producing a new Local Plan which will guide development in the borough between 2021-2041. We want to hear from people who live, work and have an interest in the borough. The Local Plan is crucial to shaping the council’s approach to housing needs, the local economy, sustainability, health, inequality, and protecting the suburban character of our Borough. We encourage everyone to have their say on the issues that matter most.

This page has been set up to provide stakeholders with information on the new Harrow Local Plan including timelines, frequently asked questions, useful documents and relevant links. All consultation on the local plan will be run through this page, so please follow this project for updates.


How can you have your say on the draft New Local Plan?

  • You can read the chapter summaries and answer the questionnaire via the Placemaker Storymap. You will need to create an account on the platform before you can submit responses to the questions.
  • View or download the draft New Local Plan through the documents widget to the right of this page. Hard copies of the draft New Local Plan can be accessed at libraries throughout the borough, or by appointment at the Harrow Council Depot.
  • Send us a written representation via email to Local.Plan@Harrow.gov.uk (Please include your name, relationship to Harrow i.e resident, business owner, developer, company name (if relevant), and whether you would like to sign up for the mailing list)
  • Send us a written representation via post to: New Local Plan, Planning Policy Team, London Borough of Harrow, Forward Drive, Harrow, HA3 8FL
  • Visit us at the ‘Conversation Café’ every Tuesday during the consultation between 10am-3pm at St Peters Church, Sumner Road, West Harrow, HA1 4BX
  • Attend one of our Street Events:
LocationDateTime
Outside Rayners Lane StationWednesday 28th February9am - 1pm
Outside Wealdstone LibraryFriday 1st March11am - 3pm
Katie's Statue, Central HarrowSaturday 2nd March11am - 3pm
Stanmore BroadwayWednesday 6th March12pm - 4pm
Outside Waitrose, Harrow WealdFriday 8th March11am-3pm
Outside South Harrow LibrarySaturday 9th March11am - 3pm



Translation

We are keen to engage with all sections of the community, including those whose first language is not English. Where requested we are able to provide assistance in translating documents into different languages.


What is a Local Plan?

Local Plans are documents that set out a vision and a framework for the future development of an area, addressing needs and opportunities in relation to housing, the economy, community facilities, infrastructure, the environment, climate change adaptation, and good design.

Why is the Harrow Local Plan important?

The policies within the Local Plan are used to guide development and decide planning applications. They also assist in the delivery of many Council services and priorities, such as the securing of affordable housing, achieving high quality development in the borough, managing the location, quantity, and quality of development, and promoting the vibrancy and vitality of our town centres.

All of these aspects help to fulfil the Council’s priorities of putting residents first, and creating a borough that residents can be proud of.

The policies are set within the Local Plan for at least the next 5 years, so it is important to have your say on them, and help the council get it right.

Why does Harrow need a new Local Plan?

The current Local Plan was adopted in 2012 and 2013 and can be found here.

Much has changed nationally, regionally, and locally since the current Local Plan was adopted. Consequently, under national and regional policies, many aspects of it are considered out-of-date and therefore a new Local Plan is required.

The new Local Plan will cover a 20-year period from 2021 to 2041.

What is the process for preparing the New Harrow Local Plan?

There are several stages to the Local Plan process, you can find detailed information on this in the Local Development Scheme (LDS) which was adopted by the Council on Thursday 16 February, and can be accessed in the Documents section of this page.



What is an Integrated Impact Assessment (IIA)?

The preparation of the Local Plan includes an assessment of how policies could influence sustainability (including environmental, social and economic outcomes) health and equalities. The purpose of the IIA is to highlight and, where possible, address any undesirable effects that may arise regarding sustainability (such as the environment, society and economy), health or equalities as well as identify opportunities for improvements. All Local Plan policies, including alternative policy options have been appraised in the IIA. A Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) is also necessary to assess whether protected habitats and species may be adversely impacted by the plan’s implementation. A HRA screening assessment has been included within appendix E of the IIA (and summarised in section 10) , to assess any potential impacts of the Local Plan on any species or habitats. The findings of this are reflected in the IIA report.

We would like to hear your views on this document too, in particular on the key questions listed on Page 5 of the main IIA report, as well as the HRA screening document included within its appendix. The IIA documents can be downloaded in the Evidence Base folder to the right of this page.

Call for Sites

A formal call for sites will be held concurrently with the Regulation 18 consultation. The call for sites process allows stakeholders, landowners, planning agents and developers to submit sites for potential inclusion as ‘site allocations’ in the Local Plan. This means that they have the potential to accommodate future development.

For more information see our Call for Sites page

To submit a site, please visit our Call for Sites platform

The New Harrow Local Plan 2021-2041

Regulation 18 Consultation 26th February - 25th April

The London Borough of Harrow is producing a new Local Plan which will guide development in the borough between 2021-2041. We want to hear from people who live, work and have an interest in the borough. The Local Plan is crucial to shaping the council’s approach to housing needs, the local economy, sustainability, health, inequality, and protecting the suburban character of our Borough. We encourage everyone to have their say on the issues that matter most.

This page has been set up to provide stakeholders with information on the new Harrow Local Plan including timelines, frequently asked questions, useful documents and relevant links. All consultation on the local plan will be run through this page, so please follow this project for updates.


How can you have your say on the draft New Local Plan?

  • You can read the chapter summaries and answer the questionnaire via the Placemaker Storymap. You will need to create an account on the platform before you can submit responses to the questions.
  • View or download the draft New Local Plan through the documents widget to the right of this page. Hard copies of the draft New Local Plan can be accessed at libraries throughout the borough, or by appointment at the Harrow Council Depot.
  • Send us a written representation via email to Local.Plan@Harrow.gov.uk (Please include your name, relationship to Harrow i.e resident, business owner, developer, company name (if relevant), and whether you would like to sign up for the mailing list)
  • Send us a written representation via post to: New Local Plan, Planning Policy Team, London Borough of Harrow, Forward Drive, Harrow, HA3 8FL
  • Visit us at the ‘Conversation Café’ every Tuesday during the consultation between 10am-3pm at St Peters Church, Sumner Road, West Harrow, HA1 4BX
  • Attend one of our Street Events:
LocationDateTime
Outside Rayners Lane StationWednesday 28th February9am - 1pm
Outside Wealdstone LibraryFriday 1st March11am - 3pm
Katie's Statue, Central HarrowSaturday 2nd March11am - 3pm
Stanmore BroadwayWednesday 6th March12pm - 4pm
Outside Waitrose, Harrow WealdFriday 8th March11am-3pm
Outside South Harrow LibrarySaturday 9th March11am - 3pm



Translation

We are keen to engage with all sections of the community, including those whose first language is not English. Where requested we are able to provide assistance in translating documents into different languages.


What is a Local Plan?

Local Plans are documents that set out a vision and a framework for the future development of an area, addressing needs and opportunities in relation to housing, the economy, community facilities, infrastructure, the environment, climate change adaptation, and good design.

Why is the Harrow Local Plan important?

The policies within the Local Plan are used to guide development and decide planning applications. They also assist in the delivery of many Council services and priorities, such as the securing of affordable housing, achieving high quality development in the borough, managing the location, quantity, and quality of development, and promoting the vibrancy and vitality of our town centres.

All of these aspects help to fulfil the Council’s priorities of putting residents first, and creating a borough that residents can be proud of.

The policies are set within the Local Plan for at least the next 5 years, so it is important to have your say on them, and help the council get it right.

Why does Harrow need a new Local Plan?

The current Local Plan was adopted in 2012 and 2013 and can be found here.

Much has changed nationally, regionally, and locally since the current Local Plan was adopted. Consequently, under national and regional policies, many aspects of it are considered out-of-date and therefore a new Local Plan is required.

The new Local Plan will cover a 20-year period from 2021 to 2041.

What is the process for preparing the New Harrow Local Plan?

There are several stages to the Local Plan process, you can find detailed information on this in the Local Development Scheme (LDS) which was adopted by the Council on Thursday 16 February, and can be accessed in the Documents section of this page.



What is an Integrated Impact Assessment (IIA)?

The preparation of the Local Plan includes an assessment of how policies could influence sustainability (including environmental, social and economic outcomes) health and equalities. The purpose of the IIA is to highlight and, where possible, address any undesirable effects that may arise regarding sustainability (such as the environment, society and economy), health or equalities as well as identify opportunities for improvements. All Local Plan policies, including alternative policy options have been appraised in the IIA. A Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) is also necessary to assess whether protected habitats and species may be adversely impacted by the plan’s implementation. A HRA screening assessment has been included within appendix E of the IIA (and summarised in section 10) , to assess any potential impacts of the Local Plan on any species or habitats. The findings of this are reflected in the IIA report.

We would like to hear your views on this document too, in particular on the key questions listed on Page 5 of the main IIA report, as well as the HRA screening document included within its appendix. The IIA documents can be downloaded in the Evidence Base folder to the right of this page.

Call for Sites

A formal call for sites will be held concurrently with the Regulation 18 consultation. The call for sites process allows stakeholders, landowners, planning agents and developers to submit sites for potential inclusion as ‘site allocations’ in the Local Plan. This means that they have the potential to accommodate future development.

For more information see our Call for Sites page

To submit a site, please visit our Call for Sites platform

Ask us a question about the new Local Plan

Please post any questions you may have about the new Harrow Local Plan. 

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  • Share An article on Harrow online said that the Harrow Bus station is nearly at max capacity. I think this has been the case for many years now. What is TFL's long term plan for Harrow Bus station in light of this? Has TFL be consulted in developing the The New Harrow Local Plan 2021-2041? Has any thought been given to relocating the Harrow Bus station to the old Civil centre site, adjacent to Harrow and Wealdstone station or the Greenhill way car park? on Facebook Share An article on Harrow online said that the Harrow Bus station is nearly at max capacity. I think this has been the case for many years now. What is TFL's long term plan for Harrow Bus station in light of this? Has TFL be consulted in developing the The New Harrow Local Plan 2021-2041? Has any thought been given to relocating the Harrow Bus station to the old Civil centre site, adjacent to Harrow and Wealdstone station or the Greenhill way car park? on Twitter Share An article on Harrow online said that the Harrow Bus station is nearly at max capacity. I think this has been the case for many years now. What is TFL's long term plan for Harrow Bus station in light of this? Has TFL be consulted in developing the The New Harrow Local Plan 2021-2041? Has any thought been given to relocating the Harrow Bus station to the old Civil centre site, adjacent to Harrow and Wealdstone station or the Greenhill way car park? on Linkedin Email An article on Harrow online said that the Harrow Bus station is nearly at max capacity. I think this has been the case for many years now. What is TFL's long term plan for Harrow Bus station in light of this? Has TFL be consulted in developing the The New Harrow Local Plan 2021-2041? Has any thought been given to relocating the Harrow Bus station to the old Civil centre site, adjacent to Harrow and Wealdstone station or the Greenhill way car park? link

    An article on Harrow online said that the Harrow Bus station is nearly at max capacity. I think this has been the case for many years now. What is TFL's long term plan for Harrow Bus station in light of this? Has TFL be consulted in developing the The New Harrow Local Plan 2021-2041? Has any thought been given to relocating the Harrow Bus station to the old Civil centre site, adjacent to Harrow and Wealdstone station or the Greenhill way car park?

    Peter asked about 1 month ago

    Harrow Council has been in contact with TfL regarding potential options for the bus station. The Council intends to produce a masterplan for the entirety of the Harrow Town Centre, setting out where land uses would be best directed to across the town centre, and opportunities to enhance the public realm. This process will allow the community to have their say on the vision for the future of the centre, and input to a holistic and phased plan for regeneration. Further details will be made available on the Council’s website in due course. 

    Transport for London is a statutory consultee for all Local Plans and will be submitting a formal written representation. 


  • Share Why is there no focus on active travel, and greater use of public transport, and improvement on the infrastructure on these two points. Harrow is the 3rd lowest for regular use of cylces (1.4%) https://www.datawrapper.de/_/drFiw/ (Hackney is 12%). Harrow is the 9th lowest borough for regular walking (33.9%) https://www.datawrapper.de/_/drFiw/ (City is highest at 55.5%). People do not cycle in Harrow, not because they are unfit or unable to, but there is extremely dangerous drivers on the roads, and no protected infrastructure. The current 'bike lanes' have zero protection, people refuse to use them. The Council seems to only want to cater to the masses in cars, providing no alternatives. on Facebook Share Why is there no focus on active travel, and greater use of public transport, and improvement on the infrastructure on these two points. Harrow is the 3rd lowest for regular use of cylces (1.4%) https://www.datawrapper.de/_/drFiw/ (Hackney is 12%). Harrow is the 9th lowest borough for regular walking (33.9%) https://www.datawrapper.de/_/drFiw/ (City is highest at 55.5%). People do not cycle in Harrow, not because they are unfit or unable to, but there is extremely dangerous drivers on the roads, and no protected infrastructure. The current 'bike lanes' have zero protection, people refuse to use them. The Council seems to only want to cater to the masses in cars, providing no alternatives. on Twitter Share Why is there no focus on active travel, and greater use of public transport, and improvement on the infrastructure on these two points. Harrow is the 3rd lowest for regular use of cylces (1.4%) https://www.datawrapper.de/_/drFiw/ (Hackney is 12%). Harrow is the 9th lowest borough for regular walking (33.9%) https://www.datawrapper.de/_/drFiw/ (City is highest at 55.5%). People do not cycle in Harrow, not because they are unfit or unable to, but there is extremely dangerous drivers on the roads, and no protected infrastructure. The current 'bike lanes' have zero protection, people refuse to use them. The Council seems to only want to cater to the masses in cars, providing no alternatives. on Linkedin Email Why is there no focus on active travel, and greater use of public transport, and improvement on the infrastructure on these two points. Harrow is the 3rd lowest for regular use of cylces (1.4%) https://www.datawrapper.de/_/drFiw/ (Hackney is 12%). Harrow is the 9th lowest borough for regular walking (33.9%) https://www.datawrapper.de/_/drFiw/ (City is highest at 55.5%). People do not cycle in Harrow, not because they are unfit or unable to, but there is extremely dangerous drivers on the roads, and no protected infrastructure. The current 'bike lanes' have zero protection, people refuse to use them. The Council seems to only want to cater to the masses in cars, providing no alternatives. link

    Why is there no focus on active travel, and greater use of public transport, and improvement on the infrastructure on these two points. Harrow is the 3rd lowest for regular use of cylces (1.4%) https://www.datawrapper.de/_/drFiw/ (Hackney is 12%). Harrow is the 9th lowest borough for regular walking (33.9%) https://www.datawrapper.de/_/drFiw/ (City is highest at 55.5%). People do not cycle in Harrow, not because they are unfit or unable to, but there is extremely dangerous drivers on the roads, and no protected infrastructure. The current 'bike lanes' have zero protection, people refuse to use them. The Council seems to only want to cater to the masses in cars, providing no alternatives.

    HOTH asked 5 days ago

    Hello. Chapter 10 (Transport and Movement) of the Local Plan discusses policies around transport. Strategic Policy 10 stipulates that the strategic direction is a modal shift away from private vehicles and enhancement of sustainable transport models including active travel. The plan will enhance active travel infrastrucutre and work with Transport for London to create better public transport infrastructure across the borough. As part of the next stage of the local plan, more detail site-specific information will be provided as part of site allocations; this will include ways that developments can provide active travel links with surrounding areas. The council has created a Long Term Transport Strategy which will be out for public consultation in May 2024. This strategy adds an additional layer of detail to the policies in the Local Plan. We encourage you to have your say on the draft Transport Strategy which will be hosted on the My Harrow Talk platform.  

  • Share Why is planning for more residential capacity allowed without any necessary improvements to infrastructure or services? on Facebook Share Why is planning for more residential capacity allowed without any necessary improvements to infrastructure or services? on Twitter Share Why is planning for more residential capacity allowed without any necessary improvements to infrastructure or services? on Linkedin Email Why is planning for more residential capacity allowed without any necessary improvements to infrastructure or services? link

    Why is planning for more residential capacity allowed without any necessary improvements to infrastructure or services?

    Timothy asked 4 days ago

    Hello. Planning applications for major residential schemes must provide Community Infrastructure Levy payments or enter into S106 agreements with councils to provide infrastructure. Planning permission will not be granted to applications where there would be detrimental impact to infrastrucutre caused by the development. The details of CIL and S106 infrastructure provision are listed in the Planning Obligations section of the Local Plan. You can find out more about Planning Obligations through this link: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/planning-obligations

    Aditionally, the Local Plan will be accompanied by an Infrastructure Delivery Plan and updated CIL Charging schedule. 


  • Share Harrow does not listen to its residents, they do a consultation as a tick box exercise that's all, they do what the want to do. Look at Harrow, non of the residents are happy. No one wants these flats on top flats. NO one wants these changes to parking. How can 7am -12 midnight parking be acceptable to anyone, harrow has only made life difficultly and unsafe for all its residents. They want to increase PCN, Flats, Council Tax and make Harrow unsafe on Facebook Share Harrow does not listen to its residents, they do a consultation as a tick box exercise that's all, they do what the want to do. Look at Harrow, non of the residents are happy. No one wants these flats on top flats. NO one wants these changes to parking. How can 7am -12 midnight parking be acceptable to anyone, harrow has only made life difficultly and unsafe for all its residents. They want to increase PCN, Flats, Council Tax and make Harrow unsafe on Twitter Share Harrow does not listen to its residents, they do a consultation as a tick box exercise that's all, they do what the want to do. Look at Harrow, non of the residents are happy. No one wants these flats on top flats. NO one wants these changes to parking. How can 7am -12 midnight parking be acceptable to anyone, harrow has only made life difficultly and unsafe for all its residents. They want to increase PCN, Flats, Council Tax and make Harrow unsafe on Linkedin Email Harrow does not listen to its residents, they do a consultation as a tick box exercise that's all, they do what the want to do. Look at Harrow, non of the residents are happy. No one wants these flats on top flats. NO one wants these changes to parking. How can 7am -12 midnight parking be acceptable to anyone, harrow has only made life difficultly and unsafe for all its residents. They want to increase PCN, Flats, Council Tax and make Harrow unsafe link

    Harrow does not listen to its residents, they do a consultation as a tick box exercise that's all, they do what the want to do. Look at Harrow, non of the residents are happy. No one wants these flats on top flats. NO one wants these changes to parking. How can 7am -12 midnight parking be acceptable to anyone, harrow has only made life difficultly and unsafe for all its residents. They want to increase PCN, Flats, Council Tax and make Harrow unsafe

    q asked 3 days ago

    Thank you for your comment. As part of the consultation on the new Harrow Local Plan, the Council wants to hear from residents. All comments received will be carefully reviewed and where appropriate will be used to inform changes to the local plan at the next stage of the process. The local plan does not deal directly with operational issues relating to parking or the setting of council tax, and matters such as permitted development rights relating to extensions to flats are set by central government. Your general concerns relating to increases in flats and safety will however be noted.

  • Share Please can you confirm the precise deadline for representations, as it is not clear on the website. on Facebook Share Please can you confirm the precise deadline for representations, as it is not clear on the website. on Twitter Share Please can you confirm the precise deadline for representations, as it is not clear on the website. on Linkedin Email Please can you confirm the precise deadline for representations, as it is not clear on the website. link

    Please can you confirm the precise deadline for representations, as it is not clear on the website.

    Rebecca asked 2 days ago

    Hello. The deadline for representations is the 25th of April at noon. 

  • Share Why oh why are you stuffing buildoings into Wealdstone.. have lived here since 1979 and you're ruining it.it's always Wealdstone and where's the infra structure...roads,parking,medical facilities...you're making Wealdstone a dumping ground!!!....why not Pinner???? on Facebook Share Why oh why are you stuffing buildoings into Wealdstone.. have lived here since 1979 and you're ruining it.it's always Wealdstone and where's the infra structure...roads,parking,medical facilities...you're making Wealdstone a dumping ground!!!....why not Pinner???? on Twitter Share Why oh why are you stuffing buildoings into Wealdstone.. have lived here since 1979 and you're ruining it.it's always Wealdstone and where's the infra structure...roads,parking,medical facilities...you're making Wealdstone a dumping ground!!!....why not Pinner???? on Linkedin Email Why oh why are you stuffing buildoings into Wealdstone.. have lived here since 1979 and you're ruining it.it's always Wealdstone and where's the infra structure...roads,parking,medical facilities...you're making Wealdstone a dumping ground!!!....why not Pinner???? link

    Why oh why are you stuffing buildoings into Wealdstone.. have lived here since 1979 and you're ruining it.it's always Wealdstone and where's the infra structure...roads,parking,medical facilities...you're making Wealdstone a dumping ground!!!....why not Pinner????

    Unhappy asked 20 days ago

    Hello. The Harrow and Wealdstone Opportunity Area has been identified through the London Plan as a well serviced area with excellent access to transport, amenities and employment. This area has significant potential for regeneration through development which will allow for the reinforcement of infrastructure and the revitalisation of the public realm. More than half of all homes will be built in other areas across the borough throughout the plan period. You can read more about the Opportunity Area in Strategic Policy 05 (pg 171).

  • Share Does it covers minimum size regulation for new residential units? on Facebook Share Does it covers minimum size regulation for new residential units? on Twitter Share Does it covers minimum size regulation for new residential units? on Linkedin Email Does it covers minimum size regulation for new residential units? link

    Does it covers minimum size regulation for new residential units?

    Vis asked 15 days ago

    Hello, The Draft Local Plan uses the London Plan's minimum unit sizes for new dwellings. You can view these on page 125 of the London Plan

  • Share Is there an email address where I can send my comments on the Plan? The web site is hard to use to use. on Facebook Share Is there an email address where I can send my comments on the Plan? The web site is hard to use to use. on Twitter Share Is there an email address where I can send my comments on the Plan? The web site is hard to use to use. on Linkedin Email Is there an email address where I can send my comments on the Plan? The web site is hard to use to use. link

    Is there an email address where I can send my comments on the Plan? The web site is hard to use to use.

    PK asked 9 days ago

    Hello, Please send any comments on the plan to Localplan@harrow.gov.uk
    We look forward to hearing from you. 

  • Share I would like to know why the council thinks it is acceptable to build a 12 story Premier Inn Hotel in a residential area almost an arms length from the windows of the properties of Moore House and Byron Court. I do not feel the area requires another hotel, Harrow is not a holiday destination neither is it a business hub, with barely any shops in the town. My biggest fear is that this hotel will not do good business here and will therefore be used to house refugees or criminals, which will bring further crime and safety issues to Harrow. This hotel will also shroud a lot of flats in shade which is totally unfair to residents who bought flats in the area in good faith. Could you please explain the reasoning behind such a development. on Facebook Share I would like to know why the council thinks it is acceptable to build a 12 story Premier Inn Hotel in a residential area almost an arms length from the windows of the properties of Moore House and Byron Court. I do not feel the area requires another hotel, Harrow is not a holiday destination neither is it a business hub, with barely any shops in the town. My biggest fear is that this hotel will not do good business here and will therefore be used to house refugees or criminals, which will bring further crime and safety issues to Harrow. This hotel will also shroud a lot of flats in shade which is totally unfair to residents who bought flats in the area in good faith. Could you please explain the reasoning behind such a development. on Twitter Share I would like to know why the council thinks it is acceptable to build a 12 story Premier Inn Hotel in a residential area almost an arms length from the windows of the properties of Moore House and Byron Court. I do not feel the area requires another hotel, Harrow is not a holiday destination neither is it a business hub, with barely any shops in the town. My biggest fear is that this hotel will not do good business here and will therefore be used to house refugees or criminals, which will bring further crime and safety issues to Harrow. This hotel will also shroud a lot of flats in shade which is totally unfair to residents who bought flats in the area in good faith. Could you please explain the reasoning behind such a development. on Linkedin Email I would like to know why the council thinks it is acceptable to build a 12 story Premier Inn Hotel in a residential area almost an arms length from the windows of the properties of Moore House and Byron Court. I do not feel the area requires another hotel, Harrow is not a holiday destination neither is it a business hub, with barely any shops in the town. My biggest fear is that this hotel will not do good business here and will therefore be used to house refugees or criminals, which will bring further crime and safety issues to Harrow. This hotel will also shroud a lot of flats in shade which is totally unfair to residents who bought flats in the area in good faith. Could you please explain the reasoning behind such a development. link

    I would like to know why the council thinks it is acceptable to build a 12 story Premier Inn Hotel in a residential area almost an arms length from the windows of the properties of Moore House and Byron Court. I do not feel the area requires another hotel, Harrow is not a holiday destination neither is it a business hub, with barely any shops in the town. My biggest fear is that this hotel will not do good business here and will therefore be used to house refugees or criminals, which will bring further crime and safety issues to Harrow. This hotel will also shroud a lot of flats in shade which is totally unfair to residents who bought flats in the area in good faith. Could you please explain the reasoning behind such a development.

    Jo Winter asked about 2 months ago

    Hello, This page has been set up to answer questions about the draft New Harrow Local Plan, we cannot comment on specific planning applications. The documents explaining the decision are available to view on the council's planning portal here: https://planningsearch.harrow.gov.uk/planning/index.html?fa=getApplication&id=169711 

  • Share Has Tesco submitted their planning application for their Station Road/Hindes Road development? If not when is it expected? on Facebook Share Has Tesco submitted their planning application for their Station Road/Hindes Road development? If not when is it expected? on Twitter Share Has Tesco submitted their planning application for their Station Road/Hindes Road development? If not when is it expected? on Linkedin Email Has Tesco submitted their planning application for their Station Road/Hindes Road development? If not when is it expected? link

    Has Tesco submitted their planning application for their Station Road/Hindes Road development? If not when is it expected?

    Peter asked about 1 month ago

    Hello. This page has been set up to discuss the new Local Plan, we cannot comment on any specific planning applications. All planning applications are subject to public consultation through the Council’s planning portal.

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