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All change to regeneration leadership

Enfield Council has appointed a real investment estate expert to lead its regeneration and environment department from this spring, following the appointment of former director Ian Davis to the role of council chief executive in summer 2017.

All aboard for Meridian Water

Work has started on building a train station at Enfield Council's flagship regeneration project.

Enfield launches culture bid

Enfield Council announced its bid to become the first London Borough of Culture at an art exhibition on 7 November.

Leading by example

Enfield Council has met its 40% target to reduce its carbon footprint three years early.

Book smart

Edmonton Green library in The London Borough of Enfield has reopened after a £4.2 million refurbishment.

Kick off for new football pitch

A state-of-the-art artificial football pitch will open in Enfield on 20 November.

Going with the flow

Improvements made to a busy junction on Ponders End High Street have already resulted in encouraging safer driving, say Enfield Council.

New green space wins landscape prize

A recently renovated public space in Edmonton in the London Borough of Enfield has won a National Landscape Award.

Housing developer wins planning appeal

Developer St. Modwen has won planning permission to build 77 flats at Edmonton Green Shopping Centre, overturning a council rejection in 2016.

Barratt Homes exits Meridian Water project

Talks between Enfield Council and developer Barratt to develop the £6 billion Meridian Water regeneration programme next to Lee Valley National Park have ended.

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