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Registered parks and gardens

The Register of Parks and Garden of Special Historic Interest is maintained and updated by Historic England.

Entries on the register are graded I, II* and II, and they are graded independently of any buildings within them.

The designation requires local authorities to consult Historic England for development affecting grade I and II* registered parks. It also requires local authorities to consult the Garden History Society on all grades of parks and gardens. The effect of proposed development on a registered park or garden, or it's setting, is also a material consideration in the determination of planning applications.

Hillingdon has one entry in the register; Harefield Place, which is designated grade II. The site comprises the earthwork remains of 17th-century country mansion and later gardens including a brick arcade.

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