Residentsí love triangle
Fri 1 December 2017, 2:59 pm
Harrow Council is working with residents, shoppers, commuters, charities and business initiatives to raise money through crowdfunding to renew the public space outside Rayner's Lane Station.
The project, in partnership with London Business Partnership and Young Harrow Foundation, will create a garden triangle with new paving, lighting and seating and feature a permanent structure for hosting not-for-profit activities, including showcasing new business products and community events.
Locals hope it will transform the neglected space to bring back a sense of identity to the area and continue the momentum already underway to encourage entrepreneurship.
The enthusiasts have worked with architects DK-CM on the design of a masterplan with funding from Harrow Council and local businesses. To make the vision possible, the Mayor of London has pledged an additional £15,000 as part of the campaign to reach the full amount needed for the project.
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