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 the grounds of design deficiencies in the proposed new houses.
See coverage from the Harrow Observer.