Local plan - Master plans

Draft Enfield Town framework master plan July 2017

Public consultation on the Enfield Town framework master plan has now closed.

We received over two hundred responses for review. Changes will now be made to the plan before it is adopted in Spring 2018. The master plan will progress as a Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) and will form part of Enfield's Local Plan.

You can view the draft Enfield Town framework master plan (PDF, 8Mb) or visit the Civic Centre to see a hard copy.

For more information on the plan, email us.

Meridian Water is a collection of vacant industrial sites in Upper Edmonton, around a 10 minute walk to Edmonton Green and Angel Edmonton. It's bordered by Lee Valley Regional Park.

Meridian Water Aerial Photograph (JPG, 1MB)

Meridian Water is the largest regeneration priority area in the council's adopted Core Strategy (2010).

The masterplan (and supporting documentation) manages change, development, and all planning applications in the area:

The Masterplan explains how the visions and goals for Meridian Water can be delivered and the impact of these changes.

Transformational change at Meridian Water is also a priority for the Mayor of London, who has recognised the importance of supporting the regeneration of the Upper Lee Valley.

The New Southgate Master Plan was adopted in December 2010. You can view the plan and supporting documents by following the link to the masterplan (PDF, 7MB).

The Master Plan is a Supplementary Planning Document in our Local Plan.