Harrow is home to the famous Harrow School as well as the University of Westminster campus and a conservation area called Harrow-on-the-Hill. This view from our Harrow Square development shows the beauty of the landscape.


Wembley Stadium re-opened in May 2007 and has hosted some of the biggest events in sport, music and entertainment, with more than 2 million visitors per year. In the 2012 Olympics, Wembley played a huge part in the successful games in London, hosting a total of nine events.


The Old Court House Recreation Ground is an award-winning public park in High Barnet, and features six free tennis courts, a bowling green with a pavilion, a children’s playground and a café.


Muswell Hill in Haringey is one of the treasures of North London. The well-heeled neighbourhood is a family hotspot, with Edwardian houses, great schools, a busy shopping centre and plenty of green space.


The beautiful 30-acre estate, known as Capel Manor Gardens, was first established in the late 13th century and provides a unique opportunity to see behind the scenes at Greater London’s only specialist horticulture college for those interested in plants, animals and the environment.

Waltham Forest

This borough is filled with reservoirs and parklands which separate the North and East. It was also one of the host boroughs of the London Olympics in 2012, providing an ongoing legacy.