3Fox International has organised a round table event for Enfield Council, which will focus on the £1.3 billion masterplan for the Meridian Water development, set across 85 hectares in the Upper Lee Valley.
Discussions will take place at the BNP Paribas headquarters in London’s Aldermanbury Square on 30 September, when the panel will discuss lessons that can be taken from similarly large-scale developments in London and the south east.
Meridian Water is a mixed-use scheme that will create a new neighbourhood of up to 5,000 homes and around 3,000 jobs by 2026 – and is a core element of the London Stansted Cambridge Corridor that has strong support from the Greater London Authority.
Taking part in discussions will be Enfield councillor, Del Goddard, cabinet member for business and regeneration and Neil Rousell, director of regeneration, leisure and culture.
Delegates from the private sector include representatives from Barratt Homes, BNP Paribas Real Estate UK, Bouygues Development, Fairview New Homes, KSS Design Group, Laing O’Rourke, Mulalley and Company, Notting Hill Housing Group, Segro and St Modwen – all developers who have a hand in shaping the future of Enfield, with regeneration projects in the borough.
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