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Plans submitted to turn old pub into flats in Wealdstone

A former public house site in Wealdstone, Harrow could undergo a significant transformation pending council approval.

Harrow Council has received a full planning application (P/2282/23) for the redevelopment of the former Everest Lounge, located at 60 Peel Road, Wealdstone, HA3 7QU.

The proposal, submitted by agent Norton Taylor Nunn Ltd outlines plans for a two-story building with habitable roofspace.

The redevelopment aims to provide nine self-contained flats, including six 2-bedroom, two 3-bedroom, and one 6-bedroom flats.

The project also includes provisions for vehicle access, parking, landscaping, as well as bin and cycle stores.

The site, once a public house with a history dating back to 1885, has remained vacant after a fire necessitated its demolition. The proposed redevelopment seeks to make better use of the land available.

Peel Road, where the site is located, has good access to public transport, situated approximately 200 metres north of Harrow & Wealdstone Station.

The proposed development is ‘located outside the Harrow and Wealdstone Area Action Plan Area, but is well related to Wealdstone East within that plan.’

The application, currently under consideration by Harrow Council, was received on 4th August and the decision is expected before the 16th November.