Four developers and housing associations have been shortlisted to deliver the first housing site at Enfield Councilís Meridian Water scheme: Galliford Try, L&Q, Peabody and Redrow.
The lineup for a popular music festival, which will move to Enfield's Meridian Water development next year has been announced.
Beavertown Brewery - known for its craft ale in colourful cans Ė has been granted planning permission for Beaverworld, a new brewery, offices and visitor centre at Ponders End Industrial Estate, with a provisional opening time of summer 2019.
Enfield Council has submitted an ambitious outline bid to Transport for Londonís Liveable Neighbourhoods Programme which, if successful, will form part of the large-scale regeneration of Enfield Town, in line with the areaís masterplan, and in consultation with local communities and traders.
A safe and sustainable pond island at Forty Hall has been created to offer shelter and a place to nest for the many wild fowl which will visit over the spring. The new island, by Friends of Forty Hall Park, is supported by erosion-resistant rock rolls, and planted with shrubs to support the lakeís eco-system and to provide safe areas for waterfowl and wading birds, as well as insects and other wildlife.
Enfield Council is inviting residents, landowners, developers, businesses and other key partners to submit sites, and make suggestions for the future use of development of land for new housing, workplaces, shops, arts and cultural uses, community facilities, open space or mixed use schemes.
A popular music festival will move to Enfield's Meridian Water development next year.
Firms large and small are being offered the chance of pop-up and permanent space in Enfield Council's Meridian Water regeneration area.
A new train station is on course to open in Enfield in Summer 2019 with 80% of tracks now laid.
Enfield Council has announced its plan to bring millions of pounds of investment into Enfield and drive major regeneration, digital infrastructure and house-building schemes.