Printworks plans refused

Harwood’s plans for a printworks, a museum and new homes in Harrow on the Hill have been refused.

The plans sought to demolish the industrial workshops and a row of locally-listed terraced cottages, while retaining their facades, that form part of the Harwood Press site in West Street. In their place, Harwood’s had proposed new homes, storage for a classic car collection, a Harwood Print Works Museum, an art gallery, a coffee shop, and offices.

Harrow Council followed their officers’ recommendation and refused the scheme on┬áthe grounds of design deficiencies in the proposed new houses.

See coverage from the Harrow Observer.

 

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