Enfield Council announced last night that its £6 billion Meridian Water scheme will move a step nearer to development, due to its decision — in principle and subject to call-in — to no longer work with a single master developer.
Enfield Council has indicated that it will be looking to quickly procure development partners for the first three sites of its £6 billion Meridian Water scheme in Upper Edmonton, following the withdrawal of Pacific Century Premium Developments (PCPD).
London's newest park has opened to the public as part of the £6 billion Meridian Water development, with Enfield Council praising the local Edmonton community's contribution to the project.
Enfield is one of six councils to win more than £2 million of grant funding from the mayor of London to improve green space across the city.
Edmonton's Montagu Industrial Estate will be transformed into a mixed-use business estate, with a view to increasing employment and rejuvenating the surrounding area.
A development comprising the first council homes built in Enfield for more than 30 years has won a prestigious architecture award.
Enfield Council's scheme to build affordable, small-scale home developments won a top planning award in May.
Property investor and developer SEGRO has launched a second speculative industrial development in Enfield, following the successful leasing of Navigation Park in 2017.
Work began in May 2018 on the latest section of a multimillion pound network of cycle lanes in Enfield.
The new Enfield Council leader has identified tackling inequality, housing, crime and disorder and child poverty as her key priorities for the next four years.