Views are being sought on proposals to improve Edgware town centre and its environment.

The London Borough of Harrow, in conjunction with the London Borough of Barnet, has published a notice in this week’s edition of the Harrow Times seeking representations on the Draft Edgware Growth Area Supplementary Planning Document (SPD).

The proposal sets out the planning framework to support the redevelopment of key sites with the goal of reflecting “Edgware’s status as a major town centre, reinforce the role of the high street, provide new public spaces and make the street environment more attractive”.

Stressing the environment for pedestrians and cyclists “will be improved”, it states the town centre will also provide opportunities for new homes, including affordable housing.

A six-week public consultation period on the proposals is now underway and will continue until Monday, February 22.

The draft document can be downloaded from or

Meanwhile, a number of changes have been proposed to listed buildings or structures in conservation areas.

Vaughan Library, in High Street, Harrow on the Hill, is seeking to repair and reinstate the footpath leading to it.

The full list of proposals, which primarily affect domestic properties, and other notices can be seen via this link on our website.