Get involved in your area

There are three area partnerships in Enfield. These bring together a range of people from across the community, including:

  • residents
  • NHS and health representatives
  • the police
  • representatives from the voluntary and community sector
  • representatives from schools and colleges
  • employers and officers from JobCentre Plus

Area Partnerships help to gather local information, facilities and services, represent local priorities, and shape regeneration. The existing partnerships are:

  • South East Enfield partnership
  • North East Enfield Area Partnership
  • South West Enfield partnership

They report to the Enfield Strategic Partnership (ESP) and share our core priorities to support an Enfield that is safer and more prosperous.

If you are a partner organisation interested in attending area partnership meetings or an individual keen to be more involved in your area, email the team or call on 020 8379 5564.

The regeneration vision for Ponders End was developed in partnership with the community and emerged as a framework for change document.

A Central Planning Brief was adopted to support the regeneration of the high street (the Electric Quarter), and the Alma Estate Regeneration now forms major plans for change to the South Street area.

PEP was formalised in 2012 to shape and influence Ponders End, acknowledging the vital role of the local community. In addition, the North East Enfield Area Partnership (NEEAP) provides strategic direction and oversight to the North East of Enfield. The key objectives are to:

  • advise, inform and influence the regeneration
  • act as an envoy between the third sector developers, statutory bodies (such as the council), Metropolitan Police, CHENEL, NHS Enfield and Jobcentre Plus, ensuring aims and objectives are achieved
  • provide advice to the North East Area Partnership

To get involved, email the team or call on 020 8379 3885.

Bountagu are a resident-led community group based in Edmonton, around Bounces Road and Montague Road. With funding from the National Lottery, the group manages a series of local projects to support development in their community. Though we support Bountagu, the group and its funding are managed by the local community.

For more information, visit the Local Trust.