Where are the historic parks and gardens in the borough?
Harrow Council has four registered historic parks and gardens of national importance and three locally listed parks and gardens. These gardens are an important part of the heritage of the borough and environment. The four nationally registered parks and gardens are:
- Grims Dyke, Harrow Weald
- Canons Park, Edgware
- Harrow Park (formerly Flambards) Harrow on the Hill
- Bentley Priory Harrow Weald
Harrow Council has three locally listed parks and gardens which contribute to the character and local heritage of the borough. Their boundaries and more information about them are available at the following links:
The historic parks and gardens registers have no statutory power, but the gardens are protected through national and local policies and guidance through development control procedures. More information on parks and gardens of historic interest in the borough can be found at London gardens online.