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.
Grade II-listed Kenton Library has been restored to its former glory following a refurbishment to give it a new look and better facilities.
An independent study has marked Harrow out as the best place in the country for its education.
Harrow's environment is getting a boost with two funding awards.
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.