We have 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 four 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:
- Bernays Gardens Stanmore
- Pinner Memorial Park (amended description adopted February 2019)
- Harrow Weald Park (adopted February 2016)
- Paines Lane Cemetery (adopted February 2019)
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.
The council is consulting until Friday 13th December on 15 proposed new locally listed parks and gardens for the following areas:
- St John the Evangelist and Old Stanmore Church churchyard, Stanmore
- Waxwell Close and the gardens to Waxwell Farmhouse, Pinner
- The Cedars Open Space, Uxbridge Road, Harrow Weald
- Byron Recreation Ground and Wealdstone Cemetery, Wealdstone
- Stanmore Recreation Ground, Stanmore
- St Mary’s Churchyard and Churchyard Extension, Harrow on the Hill
- St John the Baptist Church, Pinner
- Small green in front of Church Farm, Pinner
- Pinner Hill golf course, Pinner
- Little Common, Stanmore
- Headstone Manor Recreation Ground, Pinner View
- Harrow Cemetery, Pinner View, Harrow
- Grovefields, Harrow on the Hill
- Eastcote Lane cemetery, South Harrow
- All Saints Churchyard, Harrow Weald and All Saints Churchyard extension
View the report outlining this proposal. To view information about the above please see item nine in the report.
If you have any questions or comments you can contact the conservation team.