Enfield-based supplier of navigation and surveillance systems, Kelvin Hughes, has been awarded a contract to supply radars and trackers to the New Zealand Ministry of Defence (MoD), as part of the Lockheed Martin Canada prime contract for the Frigate Systems Upgrade project.
The developer Countryside is due to start work on the £160 million regeneration of New Avenue in Southgate after it was it was selected by the council for the project in January 2015.
The Curtis House tower block at the Ladderswood estate in New Southgate, Enfield, has been demolished to make way for more than 500 new homes, 1,400sq m of commercial space, a community centre and a hotel.
The winner of Best Short Film at The Oscars, The Phone Call, was largely shot in Enfield.
Enfield Council has launched a six-week consultation to allow residents to share their views on how they feel they could be more involved in the planning of their area.
The fifth issue of Opportunity Enfield has gone to the press.
Enfield Councilís former cabinet member for regeneration and social inclusion has been appointed as chair of the Lee Valley Leisure Trust, the organisation created to run sports and leisure venues in the sub-region.
Enfield Council has revealed details of recent improvements made to parks across the borough.
Councillors have given approval for plans to develop the central causeway at the £1.5 billion Meridian Water development, which will allow building work on the first phase of the scheme to begin.
A partnership to fund and build new homes in Enfield, some of which will be the first council properties to be built in the borough for 30 years, has been set up between the council and developer Kier Property.