This first phase is part of wider regeneration proposals to transform the Kodak Site in Harrow into a new residential neighbourhood.
The Kodak Site is a vacant 22-hectare industrial site in a prime location next to Wealdstone Town Centre. LB Harrow granted outline consent for redevelopment of the Kodak Site in 2015, enabling the construction of 1,800 new homes, a school, retail, commercial and community uses.
Known as Harrow View LLP, Barratt London and the Hyde Group acquired a substantial part of the site in 2017. This will be Harrow View LLP’s first phase of development and will deliver a total of 460 new homes plus a major new public green space which will be the focus for the wider regeneration.
PTE’s proposal creates a series of new streets which will link the Kodak Site back into the surrounding area, and transform the existing boundary with a series of new mansion blocks providing a lively and activate frontage.
PTE has drawn inspiration from the existing site and surrounding urban context - the scheme uses a rich palette of materials and details to define the character of different streets and outdoor spaces.