Meridian Water

Meridian Water is well and truly underway.  The Meridian Water train station opened in Summer 2019 and work has just started on the first homes at Meridian One.  Over the next 20 years the regeneration will deliver 10,000 new homes and thousands of new jobs with a Gross Development Value of £6billion.

Enfield Council has taken an unprecedented approach to Meridian Water. We are actively leading the entire project and directly investing around £350 million over the life of the project that will generate a return for the Council and local communities.

Meridian Water aerial viewCurrently best known as the home of Ikea and Tesco, Meridian Water benefits from the River Lea and the adjacent Pymmes Brook that pass through the site, providing the opportunity for waterside living and working and a canal-side environment, just 17 minutes direct to Stratford London and 24 minutes to London Liverpool Street.

The first 725 new homes, public spaces, shops and facilities are now being built along with the brand new Meridian Water railway station, funded and delivered by Network Rail. The first trains ran in June 2019.

Enfield has an exciting future and Meridian Water is a huge part of that. It will transform the economic base of the borough, creating the environment to attract a new mix of employer in the creative, professional, low-carbon, digital, media, hi-tech and engineering sectors, with a range of large businesses alongside dedicated space and support for start-ups. All benefiting from excellent transport and Internet connections in a high quality environment.

You can find out more about Meridian Water by visiting

Meridian Water high view looking south
Artist's impression of Meridian Water station
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