Enfield is ready for investment and the council is offering developers opportunities, while its transport links are among the best in the capital, and are set to improve in the future.
A delegation from Enfield Council attended global property conference MIPIM last week (14-17 March) in France, to illustrate the main development schemes and investment opportunities in the borough to global business leaders.
Work has begun to prepare the Meridian Water site for development, while the council has confirmed a timeframe for the project delivery and reached control of 50% of the land.
Enfield is the most equal area to live the UK, according to research by the New Economics Foundation.
The first phase of the £240 million regeneration of the Alma Estate has begun.
Average house prices in Enfield rose significantly in the 12 months to January 2017, starting to grow again at the beginning of the year after three months of contraction – but remaining below the London average, a study has revealed.
Residents have begun moving into the first council houses to be built in Enfield for more than 30 years.
Enfield’s commercial property market has significantly improved in the last three years, according to economic analysis.
Mayor of London Sadiq Khan visited Enfield’s Building BloQs workspace for freelancers and designers, to meet the team and learn about plans to build a new facility.
The number of properties coming onto the market in Enfield increased by more than 10% this autumn, bucking a general decrease in London and the rest of the country.