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Harrow Council seeks experts to run £1.75bn regeneration

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Harrow Council is on the hunt for two industry leaders to manage its ‘once in a lifetime’ regeneration programme

The massive £1.75 billion programme, which includes building new council homes for the first time in 30 years, is part of the north-west London borough’s Heart of Harrow Opportunity and Housing Zone area.

The development of a number of council-owned sites includes 5,500 new homes for sale or rent and two schools. It is expected to provide 3,000 jobs over the next decade.

Regeneration sites include urban infill, brownfield land and town-centre locations as well as a programme to regenerate some of the London borough’s outdated council estates.

A new civic centre is also included in the programme, with public realm, workspace and ancillary facilities.

Tobias Goevert, formerly of the GLA’s Design for London team and now head of the Harrow programme said: ‘These are exciting times for Harrow and our new unit.

‘If you are up for a challenge, leading multiple and complex architectural and planning projects from the public sector side and directly delivering new mixed-use development, whilst working with some of London’s best design firms, do get in touch.’

More information about Harrow’s Regeneration Design + Delivery Unit and the vacancies can be found here.

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