Opportunity Enfield will soon be relaunching as OpEn, complete with a new look website.
The fifth issue of Opportunity Enfield has gone to the press.
Enfield Councilís former cabinet member for regeneration and social inclusion has been appointed as chair of the Lee Valley Leisure Trust, the organisation created to run sports and leisure venues in the sub-region.
Enfield Council has revealed details of recent improvements made to parks across the borough.
Councillors have given approval for plans to develop the central causeway at the £1.5 billion Meridian Water development, which will allow building work on the first phase of the scheme to begin.
A partnership to fund and build new homes in Enfield, some of which will be the first council properties to be built in the borough for 30 years, has been set up between the council and developer Kier Property.
New council figures show that only two of 211 shops owned by the local authority remain unlet to businesses.
Enfield Council has welcomed the Transport for London (TfL) decision to extend plans for Crossrail 2 to New Southgate.
The Enfield Business Centre has reopened after an extensive refurbishment programme.
The developer Segro has pre-let eight industrial units at its View 406 scheme in Enfield.
Work to redevelop the library in Palmers Green has begun.