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The winners of the inaugural Place West London Regeneration Awards have been announced, with Ealing Council winning the Grand Prix.
Hill and Origin Housing are to deliver a 116 home scheme in Harrow in a new JV.
Harrow’s former BHS store has a new tenant.
Barratt London has teamed up with Hyde Group to redevelop the former Kodak Factory site in Wealdstone.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has approved plans by Origin Housing for 186 homes in Wealdstone, which were refused by Harrow Council.
Headstone Manor Rec will soon be getting a facelift thanks to a £230,000 funding boost from the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Park for People project.
Work has begun on the Gayton Road library site in Harrow creating 355 new homes.
Architects Milligan Knight have created an exhibition in the window of a vacant Wealdstone shop which aims to explain the architectural process.
Harrow Council has launched a “Better Design” programme, which aims to improve the quality of design and architecture in new developments across Harrow.
Harrow Council is consulting on its vision for Harrow Leisure Centre and the surrounding site, which it has named Byron Quarter after the neighbouring park.
Harrow Council is consulting on plans for a new civic building – containing council offices and community space – on Wealdstone High Street.
The Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has called in plans by Origin Housing for 186 homes in Wealdstone, which have been refused by Harrow Council.
Two west London councils have made the shortlist for the Local Government Chronicle awards.
Barratt’s Harrow Square scheme – four blocks up to 20 storeys containg 318 homes – has been launched.
Clearview Homes are to launch their latest development on the site of the former Kenton Lane Dairy Farm.
Local council leaders from around the UK – including the leader of Harrow Council – have signed a letter to the Secretary of State for Transport urging the Government to decide to expand Heathrow.
Persimmon Homes are to show plans for the redevelopment of the western section of the Kodak factory site in Harrow, known as Harrow View.
Cultura London is to take over Harrow Arts Centre from the council and is launching a major redevelopment project
Queensbury Park has opened a new wetland area around the Kenton Brook.