Fairview New Homes, which is developing homes next to Enfield Town Hall, is to contribute £300,000 into the community.
Under Section 106 agreements signed with the council, relating to the Parkside development, Fairview is contributing £122,000 towards education in Enfield, £96,000 to health services and £35,000 to cover the loss of a pay-and-display car park. Further contributions will be made to improve cycling provisions and landscaping.
Homes at Parkside are now almost sold out. The first residents will move in during August this year (2015).
Jim Holliday, sales and marketing director for Fairview, said: “Supporting and improving communities is of paramount importance to us with every development we build, so we are pleased to be contributing £300,000 for the benefit of Enfield as part of the development of Parkside. The contributions we are making will benefit vital local services.”
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