Watch this Streetspace! Safer cycling and social distancing measures put Harrow streets ahead
There will be more space for people to safely walk or cycle in Harrow, as we continue to respond to the coronavirus pandemic.
Harrow marks 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain
Harrow paid tribute to the Royal Air Force pilots, ground crew and others who helped win the Battle of Britain 80 years ago.
Next chapter in Harrow multi-million-pound regeneration as Council announce development partner
Harrow Council have named Wates Residential as the development partner for their regeneration programme worth an estimated £600 million.
Flag flies high for Emergency Services heroes
999 Day marked in Harrow with flag-raising.
Back to school
Finally, the gates are open, lessons prepared, teachers ready - and all pupils from every year group are expected in. Welcome back to school!
Harrow’s Heroes to be honoured in special month-long celebration
We have all been moved and humbled seeing the incredible work by key workers and volunteers across the borough during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Parking enforcement on Controlled Parking Zones (CPZs) start again in October
Throughout the Covid-19 crisis, we eased parking restrictions in Controlled Parking Zones (CPZ) to help you get through what has been a difficult time.
Getting Harrow talking: Borough wins share of £5million grant for English lessons
Harrow is one of 30 local authorities to successfully bid for a share of a £5.1million grant to help non-English speakers fulfil their potential.
Harrow Leisure Centre opens tomorrow
Local leisure centres in Harrow are set to reopen, after being given the ‘green light’ by Prime Minister, Boris Johnson.
Cllr Graham Henson: Please enjoy our parks responsibly
The latest statement from Cllr Graham Henson: