Hawkins Brown gets all-clear for £130m estate revamp

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Harrow council approves Grange Farm redevelopment

Hawkins Brown has won planning for the £130m redevelopment of Grange Farm housing estate in north London.

The project, approved by Harrow council, will eventually deliver 574 homes, including 249 for social rent and 274 “affordable”.

Masterplanned by Hawkins Brown, the project is part of a scheme to regenerate the estate. The current prefab Resiform homes, built in the 1960s, will be replaced and existing residents will be able to swap their “tired old properties for modern, spacious, high-quality homes”, according to Graham Henson, leader of Harrow council.


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