Developer Fairview New Homes is preparing to submit plans for a new residential scheme on the site of a former car park in Enfield town centre.
It acquired the 0.8 acre site in Cecil Road - close to Town Park - from Enfield Council in March for £2.15 million.
Fairview said it was “preparing a planning application for a residential development that will enhance the urban fabric of the town centre and benefit from excellent views over the park”.
The application is expected to be lodged by the end of the year.
Cecil Road is the third site recently acquired by Fairview in the borough.
It is now marketing homes on the first site, "Rennaissance" in Drapers Road, and is also preparing to market apartments at Wenlock House in Eaton Road, an office building conversion that it is calling "Vogue".
Opportuntiy Enfield reported the developer’s successful planning application for the Wenlock House scheme in November last year.
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