For over a hundred years, Enfield has been a stronghold for industry and innovation; seeing many exciting industrial and technological firsts including the incandescent lamp (light bulb), diode and colour television.
Enfield currently has 20 industrial estates mainly concentrated in a ribbon flowing along the eastern corridor including plants and centres for Coca Cola Enterprises, Arla Foods, Nampak and Biffa. Brimsdown is the largest of these estates (and the 2nd largest in London after Park Royal) and covers an area of circa: 140 hectares and is home to around 240 businesses employing some 8,000 people. There is an impressive mix of businesses in all sectors and sizes including Warburtons, Greggs, Johnson Matthey, Bunzl, DHL, TNT and FedEx.
With a large decline in the manufacturing and production sectors over the last few decades in London, Enfield is still home to many successful companies in this industry and continues to buck the trend and has many available sites to accommodate businesses in the area. With a number of new schemes and developments in the pipeline, Enfield is adding to its portfolio of modern, high quality, affordable commercial space. Together with its excellent connectivity and competitive land prices Enfield provides a better alternative to other parts of the capital as a location for business.
For details of site availability in Enfield, visit the Enfield Council Property Services.
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“Enfield is where our customers want to be – it’s an area that’s going to grow and expand. It makes perfect sense for SEGRO to invest in the borough.”
Alan Holland, Director, SEGRO Business Unit