Opportunities knock for developers
by Debbie Ashford Fri 9 March 2018, 10:28 am
The council is progressing its £1.75 billion programme to transform Harrow and is looking for joint venture (JV) partners to take forward its most prestigious projects.
One is the second phase of Poets' Corner, the 4.6-ha civic centre site close to Harrow and Wealdstone station, that is set to become a new urban quarter in the borough.
Work is expected to start on site from mid-2020 once the council has moved to new streamlined offices in Wealdstone.
Another opportunity is the development of Greenhill Way, a car park site close to the transforming town centre and Harrow on the Hill underground station.
The 0.76-ha site could see a mix of commercial, residential, retail and leisure uses that will revitalise the area.
Not far behind these, there will be opportunities at Byron Quarter, which will be a new community of homes with modern leisure facilities, a park and sporting activities at its heart.
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