A residential developer has praised Harrow Council for its commitment to regeneration, during a speaking slot to discuss growth opportunities in the borough at MIPIM in Cannes on 13 March.
A housing development of 350 apartments in Gayton Road, Harrow will be launched in May 2018, by developer Fairview New Homes.
A pop-up test restaurant and public square are to be built in Harrow town centre as part of the regeneration of the former Cumberland Hotel site, following a £1 million cash injection from the mayor of London's Good Growth Fund and the private sector.
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.
Over 1,700 people visited Headstone Manor and Museum when it reopened at the end of 2017, thanks to a £3.6 million National Lottery grant and £2.1 million from Harrow Council.
Land Securities received outline planning permission for the 23-ha former Kodak site in 2012 and is now preparing a fresh application for the huge project to build up to 1,800 homes, a primary school, medical centre, shops and offices.