Projects in Enfield

Enfield Council projects

Meridian Water

Meridian Water is a £6billion project creating 10,000 new homes and thousands of permanent new jobs right next door to the beautiful Lee Valley Regional Park.

Alongside new public open spaces, shops and community facilities, the development will have its own brand new railway station, already funded and being delivered by Network Rail, which will open in 2019. An additional 10,000 construction jobs will be created during the 20-year regeneration period.

Aerial view of Meridian Water looking south
Meridian Water

Other Enfield Council projects

The Alma Estate in Ponders End is being redeveloped and turned into 1,000 new homes, while the Electric Quarter project in Ponders End will see another 167 new properties developed. Over in the west of the borough, the old Ladderswood estate site will be turned into over 500 homes (and hotel, community centre and commercial space) and the New Avenue project will deliver over 400 homes. In addition, there are numerous smaller housing projects taking place across the borough.

The big industrial construction project that is taking place is the Montagu Industrial Estate. The site is going to be turned into a state-of-the-art 21st century business park with potentially 680,000 square foot of commercial space.

Developers with large Council schemes currently in the borough include:

A public space on South Street, Alma Estate
Alma Estate

External projects

The above are just examples of construction-related projects that are being led by Enfield Council. There are also many others being led by other organisations, including works at the Tottenham Hotspur Training Ground, the development at Chase Farm, the old Middlesex University building on Trent Park, Deephams Water Treatment works and others.

Artist's impression of Tottenham Hotspur Training Ground Lodge
Tottenham Hotspur – Myddelton Lodge