Harrow Council officers said plans for a multi-storey car park at a community football hub should be rejected.

The scheme at The Hive, in Camrose Avenue, Edgware, is part of a packed planning agenda for tomorrow (July 22), and officers believe it should be refused.

Developers hope to secure outline planning permission for a five-storey car park at the site, but there are concerns around its scale and design, as well as the impact on traffic in the surrounding area.

Officers also pointed to an “unsatisfactory flood risk assessment” and advised the application is at least revised before any permission can be granted.

Harrow Council’s planning committee will also discuss whether a clause attached to a new 3G pitch at Roger Bannister Sports Centre, in Uxbridge Road, should be implemented to allow it to open in September.

There were several objections to plans for the pitch when permission was granted last year, mainly around parking, but it was approved based on officers’ recommendations.

They maintain this application will not cause unnecessary parking stress and advised the committee to grant the proposals.

Plans for a one-storey building with a sensory room to accompany a day centre in Northwick Park Road, and a scheme for six new flats across four storeys on vacant land in Wealdstone, are also on the agenda.

A total of 12 items are set to be assessed, time permitting, with the meeting broadcast on the council’s website at 6pm.