Work on the councilís first social housing scheme for around 40 years is on track for completion in early 2017, with scaffolding removed to reveal the brickwork of the terraced houses.
Dujardin Mews, the first phase of the Ponders End regeneration programme, will provide 38 homes which will be allocated as affordable, in a mixture of town houses, flats and maisonettes.
The development owes its name to Charlotte Dujardin, Enfield-born Olympic equestrian double-gold medallist at London 2012.
Developer Durkan is working with the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) to provide students with work experience on site. Since July 2016, groups of four students at a time have been spending two weeks on site working in different sectors of the construction industry.
Enfield Council is "looking for partnerships" for future development projects shared its leader, at the launch of the latest edition of OpEn…