The charity that now owns the former magistrates’ court in Rosslyn Crescent is appealing against a planning decision that means it will have to restore parts of the building it destroyed.
The Grade II listed building was turned into a support centre for elderly Asian people after it was bought by the Jaspar Foundation.
However, the transformation involved the removal of many original features without permission.
When the charity applied for retrospective planning permission, this was turned down by Harrow Council’s planning committee.
The charity has since made an appeal to the Planning Inspectorate. Local people have until May 15 to comment.
The appeal documents can be viewed via Harrow Council’s website at www.harrow.gov.uk using the reference P/0955/13/4540
Comments can be made online here quoting the reference APP/M5450/E/14/2216141