Residents and businesses are being asked for their views on changes to the layout and appearance of Station Road including scrapping service roads outside shops.
The proposals to revamp the main road come after Harrow Council gained funding from Transport for London and the London mayor’s High Street Fund.
The council is currently consulting on plans for Central Parade – the row of shops including Five Star Nails and Harrow Electronics, the Vintage Indian restaurant and Harrow International Christian Centre.
The proposals include removing the service road to make the pavement much wider and planting new trees.
Plans for Eastern Parade – the row of shops and restaurants including the Taste of China and Toy Galaxing – also include removing the service road with new parking bays on the main road.
Both sets of plans can be viewed online at www.harrow.gov.uk/trafficconsultations where you can complete a short survey.
More detailed, large-scale plans can also be viewed at the Civic Centre.
Comments must be sent in by December 6. The work to improve Station Road is expected to start in April next year.