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Headstone Manor Park Flood Alleviation Scheme

Harrow Council works closely with the Environment Agency to improve flood protection. This includes investigations, response to flooding and making improvements to the river networks after detailed analysis and business case approval. You may be aware of the park transformation project in Headstone Manor Park that is funded by National Lottery and Heritage Fund, the Greater London Authority, the Environment Agency and Harrow Council that also includes flood risk protection and habit improvements.

CONSULTATION ON THE INTRODUCTION OF A BOROUGH WIDE PUBLIC SPACES PROTECTION ORDER Featured

The council would like to continue to use powers to get tough with people who: • Urinate, defecate or spit in public places • Are not prepared to clean up after their dog • Smoke in children’s play areas • Drive on footpaths and verges In order to do this we wish to renew the Borough Wide Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO).

GRIMSDYKE ROAD AREA PARKING REVIEW

RAYNERS LANE MURALS

WEALDSTONE MURALS

COURTENAY AVENUE AREA PARKING REVIEW HARROW WEALD

345 – 391 NORTHOLT ROAD REVIEW OF PARKING PROBLEMS IN YOUR AREA

Consultation On Proposal To Renew Selective Licensing

Harrow Council has identified areas where there are a number of badly managed and poorly maintained properties which are linked to anti social behaviour. To overcome these problems Harrow Council is considering renewing the selective licensing scheme in a designated area, being the Edgware ward.

The Public Spaces Protection Order (Harrow Town Centre) (Harrow Council)

Harrow Council (“The Authority”) has made the following Public Spaces Protection Order under Section 59 of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 (“the Act”)

RESTORATION OF HEADSTONE MANOR PARK

Information on the restoration of Headstone Manor Park - National Lottery Heritage Project.

Headstone South Low Traffic Neighbourhood

SuDS and flood risk improvement schemes in the North, West Harrow and Rayners Lane areas.

Consultation on the introduction of borough wide Public Space Protection Order

Thank you for taking part in our survey.

Green Lane Area Parking Review

THE RIDGEWAY AND SEPTEMBER WAY, STANMORE AREA PARKING REVIEW

(Including – Laurimel Close, Lindeth Close (Un-adopted Highway), Gordon Avenue, Old Church Lane, Elm Park, Lemark Close, Nelson Road, Bernays Close, Cherry Tree Way) (refer to the consultation leaflet below)

Payphone Removal

BT have identified 4 public payphones in Harrow area that aren’t being used enough and they are proposing to remove them

Housing Allocation Scheme and Tenancy Strategy & Policy

We’re updating our housing strategies and want to hear what you think. There have been some changes since our strategies were last reviewed, such as Universal Credit and new housing and homelessness laws. Harrow has a very small social housing stock and very few properties become available every year. There is a high demand for housing. The main reason for homelessness in Harrow is the loss of private rented housing. Most homeless households will be helped to find private rented housing rather than social housing.

CONSULTATION ON ADDITIONAL HMO LICENSING SCHEME

The Housing Act 2004 allows Local Authorities to introduce Additional HMO licensing where there is evidence that certain Houses in Multiple Occupation are being managed ineffectively so that they give rise to problems for the tenants or for members of the public in the vicinity. This document is part of the consultation process to enable the local authority to take soundings before deciding whether a designation is necessary.

Wealdstone Square Survey You can Respond Online

Roxborough Park Area Parking Review You can Respond Online

(Comprising of: Grove Hill, Maxted Park, Pickwick Place, Peterborough Road and Roxborough Park)

The Public Spaces Protection Order (Harrow Town Centre) 2020 You can Respond Online

Harrow Council (“The Authority”) has made the following Public Spaces Protection Order under Section 59 of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 (“the Act”) The Order comes into force on TO BE CONFIRMED for a period of 3 years. In this Order an “Authorised Officer of the Authority” means any employee of the authority who is authorised in writing by the Authority for the purpose of giving directions under this Order. “The Restricted Area” relates to all public spaces within the area as shown in schedule 1.

Public Spaces Protection Order (Harrow Council) 2020 You can Respond Online

Over the last few years, certain parks and cemeteries have been subject to matters of concern and complaint, and the Council is therefore doing very specific, intelligence led approaches to deal with these matters. Part of this includes looking at introducing Public Spaces Protection Orders in 5 key open spaces, being: • Bentley Nature Reserve • Pear Wood Nature Reserve • Pinner Memorial Park • Harrow Weald Cemetery • Wealdstone Cemetery

Community School Admission Arrangement and Fair Access Protocol 2022-2023 You can Respond Online

Harrow Street Spaces Programme