Work on the council’s first social housing scheme for around 40 years is on track for completion in early 2017, with scaffolding removed to reveal the brickwork of the terraced houses.
A retail centre on Southbury Road has been acquired by Sports Direct.
Schools in Enfield are performing above the UK and London average, with 94% ranked as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted.
A £288,000 project has provided nine of Enfield Council’s corporate buildings with energy efficient LED lights, which the council said would save £54,000 a year and 254 tonnes of carbon dioxide.
Developers selected for the £3.5 billion Meridian Water development have expressed satisfaction after being chosen to lead the project, which will create 10,000 homes and 16,700 jobs.
Barratt London and Segro have been appointed by Enfield Council as development partners for the £3.5 billion Meridian Water development, which will create 10,000 homes and 16,700 jobs.
A development partner for the 85-hectare, £2.5 billion Meridian Water scheme in the London Borough of Enfield is to be announced.
Plans are developing to upgrade and grow London’s largest open workshop for professional makers, which provides affordable space in Enfield for members such as digital fabricators, bike builders and blacksmiths.
Construction firm Durkan is to provide 16 diploma level students at the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) with work experience programmes at the Dujardin Mews housing estate.
The College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London (CONEL) celebrated the success of its apprentices recently at an Enfield Council-run event.