The sixth issue of Opportunity Enfield will be published next month.
As well as all the latest about regeneration in the north London borough, feature articles include a look at new plans for the Meridian Water scheme: the area was granted housing zone status by the Greater London Authority, which will provide funding and see planning restrictions lifted to accelerate housebuilding
Elsewhere, we look at the Lee Valley Heat network, which is set to provide heat and power to new residents at the Ladderswood estate; the borough’s night-time economy, its schools expansion programme and analyse the demand for new industrial estates.
The cover image was illustrated by Canadian artist Sue Todd, in a ‘steampunk’ style, as a representation of Enfield’s position as a north London powerhouse: a place of production and innovation for new technologies and products.
Head of design at 3Fox, Rachael Schofield, said: “It was an interesting process to come up with a completely different idea for the sixth edition of our Enfield title. Depicting some of the borough’s technological advances was a challenge, but I’m really pleased by how the cover image has come together. We get a strong reaction to our covers – and we know that having such a conceptual illustration really makes this issue of Opportunity Enfield stand out. We think it does the job of drawing the attention of our investor audience to this north London borough."
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