51-59 St Ann's Road comprises a purpose built shopping parade that occupies a 100% prime retailing pitch on the south side of St Anns Road, the town’s principal pedestrianised retail thoroughfare and is adjacent to the St Ann's shopping centre.
Harrow Council is currently investing £2 million in the St Anns Road Regeneration Project which includes new paving, lighting and trees along the length of St Anns Road, removing outdated street furniture and creating an improved trading environment.
Harrow benefits from good road communications being situated approximately 4 miles west of Junctions 2 of the M1 Motorway. In addition, Harrow is connected to the national railway network with a fastest journey time to London Euston of 14 minutes. Harrow-on-the-Hill (Metropolitan line) and Harrow & Wealdstone (Bakerloo line) Underground Stations offer rapid access to all of Central London.