The regeneration scheme will be located adjacent to Harrow recreation ground, just minutes from the town centre.
The development is said to feature one, two and three bedroom homes, with six allocated to wheelchair users and parking spaces.
Located on Pinner Road, the design is said to create a ribbon of development, opening up views through to the Harrow Recreation ground, with construction expected to begin as early as Spring 2016.
The redevelopment is built as part of Notting Hill Housing, designed by architecture firm, Stockwool.
Gavin Redfern, partner at Stockwool, said: “We are delighted that the scheme has been so positively received by the Council.
“This is a difficult urban site with constraints in relation to noise, overlooking and daylight.
“We sought a design solution which addresses these constraints, but more than that, creates great places to live, with views over the recreation ground and excellent access to the amenities of central Harrow.”