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Harrow Road Place Plan

The Harrow Road District Centre is recognised by Westminster City Council (WCC) as a priority area for change and improvement. Working alongside local residents and stakeholders, the Council have produced the Harrow Road Place Plan to describe the existing issues and priorities, establish overarching objectives for the area and give details on a range of realistic projects that will help deliver immediate and longer-term improvement.

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WCC are progressing the 'Good Growth Fund' project

Westminster City Council are working with an architect-led team to develop 3 key projects that are intended to catalyse wider neighbourhood improvements as part of the Harrow Road Place Plan. The 3 sites are:

 

1. The Maida Hill Market

2. Harrow Road Open Space

3. Westbourne Green Open Space (north section by canal)

 

These projects are jointly funded by the Council and the Greater London Authority's Good Growth Fund. They offer the chance to create greener and more inviting public spaces that prioritise community and civic life.

 

Concept designs have been produced in response to longstanding aspirations of local community groups and networks, plus community ideas and priorities gathered in Summer and Autumn 2021. Community feedback has been gathered from public events as well as from the site-specific community Working Groups who meet approximately monthly to feedback on the design development.

 

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The work is based upon the Place Plan's four objectives

Revitalise the high street
Improve the landscape
Increase connectivity
Enhance community assets
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The Team

Westminster City Council are leading the Harrow Road Place Plan and the delivery of the following three sites which are jointly funded by the Greater London Authority's Good Growth Fund:

  1. The Maida Hill Market
  2. Harrow Road Open Space
  3. Westbourne Green Open Space (north section by canal)

The design team comprises of the following consultants:

5th Studio will be leading the design team. They are a unique spatial design agency working across the fields of architecture, urban design, infrastructure and landscape.

Expedition are an engineering consultancy who will provide expertise on green infrastructure, circular and sharing economy initiatives and collaborative stewardship models.

JCLA are landscape architects with a background in sustainable site-specific strategies and solutions.

Daisy Froud is a community engagement and participatory design specialist working on public projects in London.

Studio Dekka will provide urban design lighting services.

Accertum will be providing cost consultancy advice across the project.

Waterways Projects are specialist waterways consultant who will provide input on canalside design, engagement and stewardship.

Abundance Arts will be leading a series of creative engagement workshops for young people.

NRP are transport engineers and will lead on transport and movement related matters.

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