Enfield Council's cabinet member for business and regeneration, Del Goddard and his senior colleagues are set to host an event to launch development and investment opportunities with a combined value of over £1.5 billion.
The second edition of Opportunity Enfield magazine is published this week, giving an in depth look at the regeneration of the borough.
Enfield Council is pushing ahead with plans by informing residents of the Alma Estate when they will be rehoused to make way for a £100 million tranformation programme.
The borough is seeking a partner to develop a £1.7 million project to fit energy saving devices to civic buildings and school sites.
The Barrowell Green Household Waste and Recycling Centre will see a £225,000 refurbishment to improve the services it offers to residents.
Modular construction firm McAvoy Group has been appointed to build a new school building at Worcesters Primary School in Enfield.
Plans for a residential development on a sports field in part of Enfield have been revived.
Global radar manufacturer Kelvin Hughes has relocated to new headquarters in Brimsdown, Enfield, bringing about 300 jobs into the borough.
Enfield Council has been awarded £50,000 in Technology Strategy Board cash to invest in libraries and boost quality of life.
Enfield Council is to push ahead with the regeneration of the Alma Estate in Ponders End, including the demolition of four 22-storey tower blocks.