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Dujardin Mews wins architecture award

A development comprising the first council homes built in Enfield for more than 30 years has won a prestigious architecture award.

Council scoops planning prize

Enfield Council's scheme to build affordable, small-scale home developments won a top planning award in May.

SEGRO launches second Enfield venture

Property investor and developer SEGRO has launched a second speculative industrial development in Enfield, following the successful leasing of Navigation Park in 2017.

Cycle scheme starts next phase

Work began in May 2018 on the latest section of a multimillion pound network of cycle lanes in Enfield.

New council leader outlines key priorities

The new Enfield Council leader has identified tackling inequality, housing, crime and disorder and child poverty as her key priorities for the next four years.

Local election 2018: Enfield held by Labour

In Enfield, Labour maintained its control of the council, marginally increasing its majority from 17 to 19 councillors. The Conservatives lost five seats.

Community learning

One of Enfield's community libraries has reopened after relocating to a business centre.

Gateway to homes

An Enfield Council project initially launched to reduce the high cost of placing homeless people in bed and breakfast has saved the authority £2.5 million.

Planting a future

A wetlands project in Enfield that is due to open later this year has taken another step towards fruition, with schoolchildren and residents planting seedlings on World Wetlands Day.

Home switch

One of Enfield's largest employers is set to move into a new building in the town centre, as part of plans to expand its business in the borough.

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