Public display of Pinner Park Farm plans to end today

Public display of Pinner Park Farm plans to end today

Public display of Pinner Park Farm plans to end today

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Harrow Times: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

A public display of proposals for the future of a council-owned farm will end today.

The plans from Harrow Borough Council for Pinner Park Farm, just of George V Avenue, will be on display today at Harrow Arts Centre, in Uxbridge Road, Hatch End, from 1pm to 8pm.

The proposals have been on display for the past two days as part of a consultation event over the future of the 230-acre site.

Options for the site include the redevelopment of the old farm building for homes and the creation of a country park.

The council says it aims to provide greater public access to green belt land in the specific part of the borough.

Land within the site is not accessible to the public and is currently used for the grazing of cattle while another part of the site is occupied by a commercial road surfacing company.

The plans can also be viewed on the Harrow Council website and people can also take part in an online consultation until July 22 by clicking here.

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