Another ‘design drop-in’ session will offer people the chance to have their say on the most ambitious part of a council’s overall regeneration programme.

Harrow Council has invited the public to comment on the Poet’s Corner development in Station Road.

It aims to move its offices to a new, purpose-built site in Wealdstone by 2020, while the current civic centre will be transformed into a new ‘urban quarter’.

The plans are part of its ‘Building a Better Harrow’ campaign, which seeks to offer more housing and community facilities to residents.

This drop-in will discuss the ‘final design’ proposals for phase one of the development, ideas about the look and feel of the new buildings, and the progress in terms of the impact on the public realm and landscape.

It will also look at how the council has responded to feedback from the previous event in July 2017.

Planning applications are set to be put forward in the next few months, and the statutory consultation will begin.

If all goes to plan, it is expected that construction work for the first phase of the development will start in winter 2018.

The drop-in event takes place in Civic 5, next to the main council building in Station Road, on February 28 from 5.30pm to 8pm. There is a second session on March 3 from 11am to 4pm.

If you are unable to attend, or for more information, email or visit