Opportunity Enfield will soon be relaunching as OpEn, complete with a new look website.
Berkeley Homes, Barratt and Segro and Pacific Century Premium Developer (PCPD) are the three shortlisted for the second stage in selection of a master developer for Meridian Water, Enfield Council has announced.
The sixth issue of Opportunity Enfield will be published next month.
People with an interest in the multimillion pound Meridian Water development in Enfield gave their views on the project at a consultation session this month.
Government officials from China visited Enfield this month to find out about the borough’s sustainability initiatives.
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) is to open a campus for its Ambitious College, in partnership with Ambitious about Autism, for people who suffer from the condition.
Enfield musicians Steve Taylor and Josie Frater, who feature in the upcoming sixth edition of Opportunity Enfield magazine, are performing at the renowned Pizza Express Jazz Club in Soho this month.
A newly refurbished library has opened in Enfield this week.
Enfield Council’s flagship Meridian Water development has been confirmed as one of 20 housing zones in London. It will share with three other zones in the latest allocation of £162 million of funding.
The developer Countryside has won planning permission for almost 1,000 homes as part of the redevelopment of the Alma estate in Enfield.
The Greater London Authority has given £1.1 million to Enfield to improve its town centres.