Enfield Planning & Conservation Areas

Conservation areas are sites of historical or architectural importance. Building and redevelopment can be a more complex process due to more planning regulations and constraints applying within such areas. However our highly trained staff have the expertise to address more challenging planning and design issues. We achieve the aims of our clients both on an aesthetic and functional level whilst adhering to regulations set out by the local planning authority.

Enfield conservation areas:

Abbotshall Avenue, Meadway, Bush Hill Park, Montagu Road Cemeteries, Church Street Fore Street Edmonton, Ponders End Flour Mills, Clay Hill, Southgate Circus, Enfield Lock, Southgate Green, Enfield Town, The Crescent, Forty Hill, Trent Park, Grange Park, Turkey Street, Hadley Wood, Vicars Moor Lane, Highlands, Winchmore Hill, Lakes Estate

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Planning in Enfield

Enfield is the fourth most populous Borough in London. It has around 313,000 inhabitants and a total of 119,900 households and has seen an increase in total households of nearly 9 per cent in the last ten years.

Main areas in Enfield include: Bush Hill Park, Edmonton Green, Haselbury, Jubilee, Lower Edmonton, Palmers Green, Upper Edmonton, Chase, Enfield Highway, Enfield Lock, Ponders End, Southbury, Town, Turley Street, Bowes, Cockfosters, Grange, Highlands, Southgate, Southgate Green and Winchmore Hill.

Enfield Planning Applications & Appeals

There are approximately 68 planning applications submitted to the local planning authority in Enfield and around 8 appeals each week where permission has been refused.

Enfield News

The London borough of Enfield is located to the north and north east of London.  According to recent figures published in the Telegraph Online, between 2005 and 2015 the cost of buying a home in Enfield rose by a remarkable 56 percent and further increases are forecast.  The average house price for the borough is now around £393 274.

However, you are still able to get far more for your money in comparison to a similar property in central London.  Making the London borough of Enfield an excellent place to invest in whether you’re a first time buyer, a family needing more space or a property developer.

Planning permission was granted by Enfield planning committee to transform the old Middlesex University site in Ponders End.

The mixed use development has been named The Electric Quarter due to the area’s past connections to the Edison and Swan Electric Light Company. Developers, Lovell, began working on the £50 million project back in 2015.

Approximately 160 new homes are under construction ranging from 1 and 2 bed apartments to 3 and 4 bed town houses. Around 80 are allocated as affordable and intermediate rent homes and all are being built to Level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes. This will ensure high energy efficiency.

As well as residential space, 1 050 sq m have been allocated for commercial use with a number of smaller retail units being built. Ponders End library is to be given a new home on the High Street and existing shop frontage refreshed.

Peter Taylor, regional director at Lovell said “Delivering much-needed high-quality open market and affordable homes, alongside new retail, community and commercial space, the scheme will make an important contribution to the ongoing regeneration of the area”.

The project is due for completion early 2019.

Enfield Contact Information

Enfield – Local Planning Authority

London Borough of Enfield
Civic Centre
Silver Street
Enfield EN1 3XE

For more information, visit www.new.enfield.gov.uk

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