Opportunity Enfield will soon be relaunching as OpEn, complete with a new look website.
A housing company set up by Enfield Council has purchased 200 properties in two and a half years, as part of a strategy to reduce temporary accommodation costs which has saved the local authority almost £1 million.
An Enfield apprentice has been named as the winner of a UK-wide award celebrating the achievements of young people who have overcome personal barriers to train and work in the construction industry.
The £3.5 billion Meridian Water development moved a step forward after Enfield Council gave planning consent for work to start on the first phase and acquired a key site within the development area.
A development featuring 81 homes has opened in Edmonton.
Enfield features 10 of the best parks in the country, according to recent findings.
A multimillion pound school building has opened on Springfield Road.
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.