Developer Countryside is advancing with its residential schemes in Enfield.
A planning application for the Alma Estate, which will include around 1,000 homes, retail space, a GP centre, a gym and public realm, was submitted at the end of May. A decision is expected by August or September.
The Highmead scheme, featuring 118 homes, a retail space and a doctor’s surgery, is on track to be completed by its scheduled date at the end of June this year. Countryside is preparing to hand over the surgery and retail units to the end user.
For the New Avenue estate, where the number of homes could be increased to more than 400, a planning application is due to be submitted in December. Countryside is already in consultation with existing residents about the design proposals.
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