Transport for London have announced plans to build 750 new homes around tube stations in Harrow.
TFL will develop land surrounding Harrow-on-the-Hill station providing 600 new properties, 35 per cent of which would be “affordable”.
The have also announced plans to build 150 new homes around Northwood tube station with the same number of affordable homes available.
Transport for London is working with Triangle London Developments, a consortium between Notting Hill Housing, and U+I, a property regeneration company, to bring about both developments launched to the Property Partnerships Framework last year.
Leader of Harrow Council, Cllr Sachin Shah, said: “I’m delighted TfL are joining us in building a better Harrow.
“Step-free access at Harrow-on-the-Hill will be life-changing for so many of our residents and help open up our town centre too. Affordable homes for Harrow people on the site are the icing on the cake.”