Planning & Architecture Services in Enfield
Postcodes: EN1, EN2, EN3, EN4, EN5, EN6, EN7 EN8, EN9, EN10, EN11, N21, N13, N14, N11, N17, N18, N9
In 1965, the former boroughs of Enfield, Southgate, and Edmonton were merged to form the contemporary Borough of Enfield as we know it today.
Prior to the mid-19th century, the land was primarily rural and utilized for agricultural purposes. Enfield itself was a modest market town during this period. However, with the advancements in London’s railway network during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it gradually became a part of the commuter belt, leading to the construction of more residential properties.
Lyondale Planning and Architecture has effectively managed numerous successful projects within the London borough of Enfield. Our team of experts has actively contributed to a diverse range of initiatives in this region and maintains a profound familiarity with the operations of the Local Planning Authority.
Enfield Planning & Conservation Areas
Conservation areas hold significant historical or architectural value. The construction and redevelopment within these areas often entail a more intricate process due to the presence of stringent planning regulations and constraints. Nevertheless, our exceptionally skilled team is well-prepared to navigate the complexities of planning and design challenges. Our commitment is to successfully realize our clients’ objectives, ensuring both aesthetic and functional excellence while rigorously adhering to the regulations set forth 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