Transport for London (TfL) plans to develop car parks at three tube stations in Harrow and is looking for a partner to work with on the project.
The stations in question are Canons Park, Rayners Lane, and Stanmore, and the development will include approximately 400 affordable homes, according to the TfL website. They also mentioned that the project could also include new retail, commercial, and leisure spaces, as well as improvements to walking and cycling connections in the area.
TfL’s decision to develop these car parks reflects its commitment to sustainable transportation and affordable housing. The development could provide much-needed affordable housing options for Harrow residents, as well as improved access to retail and leisure facilities.
The development of the three tube station car parks is expected to be a significant undertaking, and TfL is currently seeking expressions of interest from potential partners. They hope to find a partner with a shared commitment to sustainable transportation and affordable housing, and with the expertise to bring the project to fruition.
The development of the car parks is part of a broader effort by TfL to improve transportation infrastructure and provide affordable housing in London. The project has the potential to be a major shakeup for the stations in Harrow.