The charity that owns the former magistrates’ court in Rosslyn Crescent has put in a second planning application for changes it made to the listed building, which included the removal of many original features.
The Jaspar Foundation made a series of unauthorised alterations to the Grade II listed 1930s courthouse.
But its application for listed building consent was turned down by Harrow Council’s planning committee and is now the subject of an appeal
Under the new application the Jaspar Foundation has promised to restore some of the features it removed. However, most of the unauthorised changes will remain.
Residents have three weeks to comment on the revised plan. You can view the documents by going to the Harrow Council website and searching for planning reference P/1228/14