Park Avenue is to see 24 flats built and new green space provided after Enfield Council granted permission to an application lodged by developer City and Suburban Homes.
The planning committee approved on 18 October proposals to demolish two warehouse buildings currently used by a furniture factory for parking and storage.
The developer will replace them with a part four and part five-storey T-shaped building containing 10 one-bedroom, 10 two-bedroom and four three-bedroom flats. Seven of them will be allocated as affordable. All the flats will have a direct access to private balconies or terraces.
A communal garden will be provided at ground floor level, and an elevated public garden on each floor.
Plans also include 12 car parking spaces and 44 cylce storage units.
Permission is subject to a section 106 agreement.
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