Opportunity Enfield will soon be relaunching as OpEn, complete with a new look website.
A new team and fresh energy leading Enfield’s multibillion-pound regeneration was celebrated at the Opportunity Enfield (OpEn) magazine launch this week.
Housebuilder Galliford Try Partnerships has been chosen by Enfield Council to build the first homes – planned to be created by 2022 – at its £6bn Meridian Water scheme.
Enfield has been confirmed as the home of a new 10,000-capacity music venue, that will host this summer’s Field Day festival.
Enfield Council is currently working on a new Local Plan for the period up to 2036, and is inviting those with an interest in the area to have their say.
The College of North East London, Haringey and Enfield has become one of the mayor of London’s first MCA (Mayor’s Construction Academy) hubs, in recognition of the quality of training available.
The first phase of Lovell Partnerships’ Electric Quarter scheme is complete and tenants are already moving into the 21 homes built for affordable rent, alongside 40 townhouses for private sale.
A new brewery is to open in Ponders End; Beavertown is set to create “Beaverworld”, billed as ‘a funfair of fermentation and good times’.
The £3 million development project on Ordnance Road, designed by Peter Barber Architects and delivered by Sparkbrook Way, was completed at the end of 2018.
Opportunity Enfield magazine, produced by 3Fox International in partnership with Enfield Council, has been renamed and rebranded as OpEn.
Enfield Council set up an email newsletter initiative last autumn, allowing anyone to subscribe easily to the latest information – or whatever interests them in the borough – straight to their inbox.