A third consultation into the proposals of a contentious site development has been announced.

Harrow Council’s plans for ‘Byron Quarter’ – the area close to Byron Park in Harrow – will be outlined at a public consultation on December 9.

It follows two meetings, in February and over the summer, where the developers presented their initial proposals and asked for public feedback.

The changes to the area have been hotly debated ever since they were announced.

Residents, community groups and the Friends of Bryon Park have vowed to work alongside the council in ensuring that their voices are heard.

While noting their appreciation for developments and improvements, they feel as if they also have a duty to protect the current interests.

This consultation, alongside a number of focus groups and ongoing conversations, will give the public the chance to air their views.

The council explained how the third event will feature a section on how previous feedback has been taken on board prior to the submission of a planning application.

The consultation will be held at Harrow Leisure Centre, in Christchurch Avenue, between 10am and 3pm.

For those unable to attend, there will be information at www.buildingabetterharrow.co.uk, including ways of how to submit feedback.