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Other projects in Harrow Road

Aside from 300 Harrow Road, Westminster City Council is working with the community to deliver a handful of other housing and place projects in the area.

Read about what we’re working on below.

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We are currently preparing to build 11 new homes for social rent at Lapworth Court, Senior Street, and Desbororugh Close. All of these homes are three-bedroom, five-person units, meaning they are ideal for families on the housing waiting list.

These homes will be prioritised for local people and contribute to the council’s goal to build 1,850 new affordable homes by 2023.

For the latest news on these projects visit our infills website.

 

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Artist’s impression of affordable homes at Lapworth Street

 

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Additional artist’s impression of affordable homes at Lapworth Street

 

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View from Cochrane Street

 

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View from Lanark Road

 

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View from Senior Street

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We have been completing fire safety works at the buildings on Warwick Estate. So far, we have removed cladding and improved the safety of balconies.

These works are carried out by contractor Axis and our Housing Services team. If you have any questions about these works, visit our dedicated web page, or contact us at the info below:

Housing Services

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 0800 358 3783

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300 Harrow Road also comes under the Harrow Road District Centre, which is recognised by Westminster City Council as a priority area for change and improvement.

Working alongside local residents and stakeholders, the Council are producing a ‘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.

Do you have a question?

Please get in touch with our Regeneration team to learn more about the project.

Email us at [email protected]