Harrow Green Party is the official Green Party for the Borough of Harrow, formed of the constituencies Harrow West and Harrow East. We are one of the local London parties that form the wider London Green Party.
Local Election Results May 2022!
Harrow Green Campaigns
Harrow Green Party stand up for better housing, safer neighbourhoods, improved transport links, effective and comprehensive public services, cleaner air and protecting the many green spaces and trees we are lucky to have. Local campaigns we have been involved with, include:
- Campaigning to stop the 265 The Ridgeway development in West Harrow
- Calling for investment and planning in council housing at the Pinner Grove Estate
- Called for Harrow Council to do more about fly-tipping in Kenton
- Called for the Council to act on trees being cut down by the Castle pub on Harrow on the Hill
- Campaigned against the Pinner Road development in West Harrow
- Called on Harrow School to not block a footpath used by school students and parents on Harrow on the Hill
- Campaigned to save mature trees running along Harrow View on the Kodak site in Headstone
- Spoke out about the lack of Council investment and strategic planning in Harrow's parks and green spaces
- Challenged the Council on the huge council tax increases in Harrow
- Called on the Council to do more about the Climate Emergency
- Stood up for the Streetspace scheme and the wider need to support pedestrians, cyclists and traffic calming measures in Harrow
Harrow Green Petitions
Harrow Council - Ban the use of Petrol Leaf Blowers
Harrow Green Party is petitioning Harrow Council to ban the use of petrol leaf blowers from all public spaces that they maintain, throughout the year. Read more about our campaign and sign the petition.
TFL - Stop the Removal of Green Habitat along the London Underground
In 2021, Harrow Green Party petitioned TFL and the Mayor of London to stop the destruction of trackside vegetation along the London Underground. Join the 'TfL and Network Rail Stop the Removal of Trackside Habitat' Facebook group and watch the 'TFL and Network Rail debate on tree removal' Harrow Biodiversity video discussing this issue from March 2021.