The Council’s vision is to make Enfield a better place to live and work, delivering fairness for all, growth and sustainability and strong communities.
Its pioneering approach to place shaping is seen through its delivery successes – the first Council Housing in 30 years at Dujardin Mews (and hundreds more in the pipeline), 36ha of land acquisitions and a new station on site as part of the 10,000 home Meridian Water development, £58m investment in its own energy company ‘energetik’, the first phase of demolition for the 1,000 home £150m Alma Estate redevelopment underway and a range of award-winning designs across the portfolio.
Meridian Water is one of London’s largest regeneration opportunities, and ideally placed to deliver the spatial, sustainable and economic resilience objectives of the London Borough of Enfield,View project
A versatile ‘Urban Room’ on the high street, re-purposing existing garages as affordable work and studio space for local businesses, and place-making through public realm improvements.View project
Meridian Water Station, opened in June 2019, is a vital new piece of infrastructure that is unlocking one of London’s largest brownfield regeneration sites, Meridian Water.View project
Standard (small business)