New London Architecture

Meridian Water Station

Built

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.
NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

NEW LONDON AWARDS 2020

Shortlisted in the MOVING category 
 
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.
 
Working with Network Rail as part of the West Anglia Main Line upgrade, Enfield Council led on the relocation of the poorly used, inaccessible Angel Road Station to the heart of the regeneration site. Designed by Karakusevic Carson Architects, the new station is designed to meet the needs of existing Edmonton residents, as well as provide the infrastructure to support the new community that will grow up around it.

Project information

Status

Built

Borough

Enfield

Estimated completion

June 2019


Location

Deephams Sewage Works, London N9, UK


Team Credits

Client

London Borough of Enfield

Client

Network Rail

Client

Greater Anglia

Architect

Karakusevic Carson Architects LLP

Architect

Atkins Ltd

Architect

Scott Brownrigg

Landscape Architect

Periscope

Landscape Architect

OKRA

Contractor

VolkerFitzpatrick

Project Manager

Arup

Engineer

Arup

Engineer

Atkins Ltd

Engineer

SAS Ceilings


Listed by

London Borough of Enfield

Last updated on

05/02/2021


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