Enfield-based surveillance company, Kelvin Hughes, has won a contract to supply radars to the Royal Navy, which will be used on Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs) being built on the Clyde.
Hospitals, schools, facilities management and construction businesses attended an Enfield Council-hosted event to find out how they get can get involved with energy-saving initiatives.
Fairview New Homes, which is developing homes next to Enfield Town Hall, is to contribute £300,000 into the community.
3Fox International is co-ordinating an event for Enfield Council next month, as the authority prepares to find a development partner to establish an overall masterplan for the Meridian Water project.
Thames Water has been granted planning permission for a £250 million upgrade to the Deephams sewage works in Enfield.
Enfield Council is seeking an architect to design the £1.5 billion Meridian Water project.
Improvement works to stations across the London Borough of Enfield are set to start in May 2015.
Enfield-based supplier of navigation and surveillance systems, Kelvin Hughes, has been awarded a contract to supply radars and trackers to the New Zealand Ministry of Defence (MoD), as part of the Lockheed Martin Canada prime contract for the Frigate Systems Upgrade project.
The developer Countryside is due to start work on the £160 million regeneration of New Avenue in Southgate after it was it was selected by the council for the project in January 2015.
The Curtis House tower block at the Ladderswood estate in New Southgate, Enfield, has been demolished to make way for more than 500 new homes, 1,400sq m of commercial space, a community centre and a hotel.