Awaiting the results of the 'Experiment'


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This Week in N21

Who is about to be 'sent' to Coventry?

 

READ HERE

 

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I read it as soon as it pops into my inbox!"


"thanks for reminding me that we are

so lucky to live in this great place"


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Community hub or crematorium:

Enfield Council must decide


FRIENDS OF FIRS FARM

Response to the Local Plan

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The Fox Lane LTN consultion has closed.

Enfield Council was given an undertalking that

the LTN trial will be evaluated based on:

* Residents' views on how the benefits of the project compare against the disbenefits

 

* Data on the volume of motor vehicle movements in the area

 

* Data on the speed of motor vehicles in the area

 

* Impacts on the primary roads surrounding the area

 

* Bus journey time considerations through discussion with Transport for London

 

* Outcomes of ongoing dialogue with the emergency services.

 

Cllr Maria Alexandrou:

The chaos caused by the LTN scheme

 

Winchmore Hill councillor Dinah Barry

explains that LTNs are:

 "a bit more complicated than blocking off a few roads"

 

 

Stop The LTNs - Fox Lane & Enfield

Fundraising page


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https://gofund.me/0bdf5099

 

https://stopfoxlaneltn.org/

 


 

Concerns over 26-storey tower block

plans for Enfield Town

 

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Read the results of the Civic Voice survey

 


 

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ED

Download the October issue

  


 

Check out who is building what near you


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2021 planning applications


2020 planning applications

 


 

Local Residents Associations 


Bush Hill Park Residents Association

Enfield Town Residents Association

Fox Lane & District Residents Association

Grange Park Residents Association

Grovelands Residents Association

Western Enfield Residents Association

Winchmore Hill Residents Association

 


 

Gardening & green spaces

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The Friends of Grovelands Park

more details here


Become a Friend of Firs Farm

find out how to join here


Gardening Friends

more details here


Grange Park Horticultural Society

more details here


North London Organic Gardeners

more details here

 

Woodcroft Wildspace

more details here

 


 

COMMUNITY GROUPS

 

Winchmore Hill Community Care

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more details here  


 
Winchmore Hill Book Club
 


Grange Park N21
Facebook Group

Grovelands Park
Facebook Group
 
Winchmore Hill & Palmers Green Memories 
Facebook Group
 
Winchmore Hill Families 
Facebook Group
 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 
 

 
 
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 Please, I can't breathe
 

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Southgate Green a Friday afternoon, but it could be any afternoon – same congested traffic, kids playing oblivious of the fumes, traffic crawling from Waterfall Road, Cannon Hill, and the Green, all the way to Southgate Circus


How can this be acceptable?

 
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 "Is the lack of consultation part of the problem?"

asks Bambos Charalambous in Parliament?"

  

"Has not that been caused by the Government's insistence that the schemes be implemented straightaway within an eight-week period, not allowing any consultation with communities or very limited consultation at best?"

 Hansard

 

GRANT

 

"this is the road my son walks to school along"


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watch the video


"does this look like better, safer streets to you?"

 

This ambulance could not get through to Fox Lane


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watch the video



 

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Council 


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Consultation on outdoor dining

on Winchmore Hill Green

 

Green

 

Help ensure this open space remains open

and enables people to continue to meet on the Green

  

https://letstalk.enfield.gov.uk/covid-19-streetspace-plan/survey_tools/thegreen-eto

 

Bush Hill Park councillors 

Grange councillors 

Winchmore Hill councillors 

 

https://new.enfield.gov.uk/


 


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Police

 

Winchmore Hill Police

https://www.police.uk/metropolitan/E05000213/


Winchmore Hill Safer Neighbourhood newsletter

 October 2021


Grange Safer Neighbourhood newsletter

October 2021

 


 

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Are you thinking of starting a business?

 

Are you unemployed?


www.enterpriseenfield.org

 

 


  

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Connecting the residents of Grange Park,
Winchmore Hill
& Highlands Village
 

 

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Can you help your local community?

 

  

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WINCHMORE HILL AS ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO LIVE IN LONDON

(THE TIMES)

read the article

 


 

 EVENTS

 

 art

 

 


 

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cooking

 


 

PETITIONS


Stop our neighbourhood becoming a dump


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SIGN THE PETITION

 

 

PROTECT the Green Belt

and Open Spaces in Enfield

 

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 https://www.change.org/p/enfield-local-authority-protect-the-green-belt-and-open-spaces-in-enfield?signed=true

 

  


 

N21 Community

Why do You stop in Green Lanes and The Broadway?

on Friday, 02 May 2014. Posted in N21 Community

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Why do You stop in Green Lanes and The Broadway?

 

 

Leave your comments here or add them to the N21 Live Local Facebook page

Mini Holland The Facts: what it could mean for the businesses along Green Lanes

on Friday, 25 April 2014. Posted in N21 Community

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Mini Holland The Facts: what it could mean for the businesses along Green Lanes

Mini Holland/Cycle Enfield Update

 

Enfield Council has now rebranded its Mini Holland project under the Cycle Enfield banner, which encompasses a number of other bike related initiatives, from cycling lessons to children, summer cycling events and a bike loan scheme.

 

Liam Mulrooney, the Council's Group Leader Traffic, Road Safety & Parking has provided a brief update on the next steps for the Proposals.

 

* The Council is in the process of collecting traffic survey data to assist with the preparation of preliminary designs for the Cycle Enfield proposals.

 

* When the preliminary designs are finalised, there will be an extensive consultation with all residents and businesses in the vicinity of roads affected by the proposals. The consultation in relation to Green Lanes is expected to begin in November.

 

* A report that recommends the setting up of the Partnership Board will be presented to Cabinet in July and a Partnership Board will be established, to allow a wide range of stakeholders to participate in the project. Including local business groups, residents associations, Enfield Disability Action, local Councillors and representatives and cycling groups. and we expect to hold the first meeting in September, after the summer holiday period.

 

* "The design that accompanied our Cycle Enfield (Mini Holland) bid was only conceptual in nature and will change as detailed design and consultation progresses".

 

 



Nikki's N21Easter Egg FUNdraising Day

on Monday, 14 April 2014. Posted in N21 Community

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Nikki's N21Easter Egg FUNdraising Day

 

 

Hundreds of families took part in the N21 Live Local Spend Local Easter Egg Hunt and children's activities, to raise funds for a very special Winchmore Hill young lady.

 

Nine year old Nikki Christou, suffers from Cranial AVM, has had dozens of operations in Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital as well as pioneering surgery in America, as her condition is so rare. Her parents have set up the Butterfly AVM Charity,to raise funds to find a cure for this rare, but debilitaing disease. Nikki has won a number of awards for her bravery and the extraordinary fundraising campaign Nikki's parents Tanya and George have run with the help of their family and friends.

 

Over fifty local businesses donated money and time to raise money for this deserving family.

 

 Girls and boys come out to play, a lady called Treacey has lots of fun things for you to do today!

 

 

 

Frilly ----------- and cotton socks?



Look out for a BIG BIRD soaring about a pretty little shop

 

 

 

Oliver Twist asked for -------------. Will Mr P have any for him?


 

 

Is this man a dab hand at selling houses?

 

 

 

We see all sorts of pets from cats to a dog. Look out for the pink spotty dog!

 

 

Big thanks to Ukelele Soup for joining in the fun

 

 

Show me the --------- to go home, I'm tired and I want to go to bed!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Easter eggs for the successful N21 Easter egg clue hunters

 

 

A colour, but the plant on which it grows is where you will find lots of fun!

 

 

The Orange Tree 'secret garden' was a hive of activity - not so secret now!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Little Teapot's children's party was a sell out

 

 

 

 

Lots of cuddles with the Easter Bunny!

 

 

and Easter treats

 


And for the star of the day, Nikki Christou

 

 

 

 

 

 Big thanks to Andrew Prod for recording the day

Andrew Prod Photography

http://www.andrewprod.com/

 

 

How many clues would you get right?

 

 

 

Click on the image to have a go for yourself!

Are our high streets about to be sacrificed for the Mini-Holland Superbike Highway?

on Friday, 04 April 2014. Posted in N21 Community

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Are our high streets about to be sacrificed for the Mini-Holland Superbike Highway?

 

 

PRODUCED WITH PERMISSION FROM ANTHONY WEBB

 

 

 

Enfield Council is very pleased to have been selected as one of the three boroughs to have received funding to develop safe bike lanes across the borough, as part of a major campaign to encourage people out of their cars and onto bikes, hence the 'Mini-Holland' concept.  The A105 (Green Lanes) is key to creating a 'cycling highway' into Central London. Here is a summary of what Enfield Council is proposing along Green Lanes, taken from the Bid Document, which you can access below.

 

* At least one good commuter route from the borough to central London the A105 - comprising Green Lanes, Ridge Avenue, Park Avenue and London Road – is a major corridor for traffic through the borough, connecting Enfield Town to the A406 and continuing south into Haringey. As with the A1010, there are a number of schools located along this route but few students cycle to school. There are also a number of local shopping areas including at the junction of Green Dragon Lane and Bush Hill, by Barrowell Green and at Winchmore Hill.

 

*  P58 Many of the car trips along the A105 are local journeys, 5 miles or shorter. In fact, the A105 provides a direct route,only 3 miles in length, linking two of the borough's major town centres, namely Enfield Town and Palmers Green. As noted above, lying between these two town centres are smaller retail areas within the A105 corridor that generate even shorter journeys made by residents living along or in the vicinity of the route. With no significant points of severance along this corridor, there exists a huge potential for cycling along the A105 within Enfield if cyclists can be made to feel safer in the presence of the motorised traffic that it carries. 

 

* The typical kerb-to-kerb width along the A105 is 12 metres. Aside from the higher levels of frontage activity within the 'high street' sections there is little parking in evidence along much of the main road. We will put this surplus carriageway space to good use by creating continuous 2 metre wide cycle lanes along each side of the road between Broomfield Lane and Enfield town, using armadillo and planter segregation. This will ensure clear passage along

the road and provide a dramatic increase in the level of comfort felt by all riders choosing to make use of this direct inter-town route. The proposed facility will improve conditions for existing cyclists and make this mode a genuine alternative to the car for many more besides who wish to cycle but dislike mixing with main road traffic.

 

*  The proposal is, therefore, to aspire to provide 2 metre wide cycle lanes along either side of the A105 between Broomfield Lane and Enfield town, segregated with armadillos and planter boxes. 

 

This map (Fig 7.2), although poor quality shows the proposed route.

  

 

You can view the whole document here by clicking on the document image 


 

 

 

 Consultation on these proposals will begin with both businesses and residents shortly. The Council does anticipate opposition. Buried in the report is this statement from Cllr Chris Bond, 

 

"There will be tough decisions along the way, particularly regarding removing on street parking to fit in new cycle lanes and reducing through traffic from residential streets. But in the long run, the benefits to the borough will outweigh the costs and we intend to work with local residents and businesses throughout the process to ensure that the greatest benefits are realised from these proposals."

Cllr Bond, Cabinet M

 


 

A recent report published by Deloitte, ' The Deloitte Consumer Review: Reinventing the role of the high street' argues that "Consumers need to be brought back to the heart of every proposition in the high street"


"Deloitte research shows that the main improvements consumers want to see on their local high streets relate to parking and store choice, with 60% of consumers wanting more free parking and 59% wanting a better selection of shops. Moreover, 57% want to see more independent stores and one-in-two want to see more specialist grocery shops such as baker or butcher.


Nearly half of consumers would like to see more community activities such as festivals and markets in the high street as well as free Internet access using Wi-Fi. Third of consumers would like to see more services for the elderly and more public places to high socialise. The research also indicates that the majority of consumers want to see fewer charity shops".  Read the reporthere

 


 

This is an exciting project, with highly laudable objectives, but removing on-street parking will be a final nail in the coffin for many of our local shops and services in Winchmore Hill and Palmers Green, with the lost of hundreds of jobs, investment opportunities and local amenities that are a vital part of making these vibrant and sustainable local communities, not just residentail ghost towns.  

 

Having a safe and easy cycle route into Central London may well encourage more people to cycle to work. It probably won't reduce many car journeys into London, as it likely that many potential cyclists are currently using public transport. 

 

We all live busy lives, we use our cars to ferry our children to school and activities, to go to Sainsburys and back, but we do also stop off at local shops if we can find a parking space. Removing on street parking will have a massive impact on this local community. I would urge people to participate in the consultation process. 

 

Helen Osman

April 2014

Grange Park embankment replanting update

on Monday, 24 March 2014. Posted in N21 Community

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Grange Park embankment replanting update

 

Question: How many Network Rail engineeers does it take to plant up the Grange Park embankment?

 

Answer: around 40

 

 

Last week (March 20th - 21st), the Grange Park embankment was swarming with high vis jackets, as around 40 Network Rail engineers were on the site, removing weeds, dead trees and hedgerow shrubs; cutting and planting nearly a thousand new whips and two hundred trees. The long promised replanting programme has finally materialised, the start of a five year restoration programme, under the stewardship of The Tree Council.

A significant number of plants were replacements for those that had not survived, but new trees have been added on both embankments and more young whips of hedgerow plants have planted, to create a thicker and less linear hedge. The Tree Council's Programme Directors, Margaret Lipscombe and Jon Stokes, told local residents and David Burrowes MP, who helped with planting the final trees, that in the next growing season the plants should gain height, with proper management - ie watering, mulching and weeding. Next year, the supporting guards will be removed and the plants will thicken out. Within three growing seasons, we should have a hedge instead of a spindly line of green plastic tubes.

 

Why so many Network Rail engineers?

 

The replanting was also a training exercise on vegetation management for Network Rail managers and engineers. Under the supervision of Margaret Lipscombe, around forty Network Rail staff were taught the correct way to plant, to maximise the survival rate; including planting depth, supporting the young trees, removing labels and the importance of removing surrounding weeds.

 

Grange Park is being used as a case study in lineside management and conservation by both organisations, which it is hoped will lead to more environmentally friendly management strategies, across the country. The Tree Council will be also demonstrating the financial case for 'proper planting', since if the initial planting had been better executed and more effectively maintained, there would almost certainly have been a much higher survival rate; saving both time and money.

 

 

 

 

Residents and David Burrowes MP planted a selection of fruit trees on the 'orchard' part of the site, with the help of the Tree Council and newly trained NR 'eco-engineers'.

 

 

 

 

 

You can read more details about the five year replanting plan here

 

If you would like to find out about becoming a tree champion, to support the work of The Tree Council, they would be very pleased to hear from you.

http://www.treecouncil.org.uk/

 

 

The Enfield Experiment

on Thursday, 27 February 2014. Posted in N21 Community

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The Enfield Experiment

The Enfield Experiment focuses on the fortunes of the London Borough of Enfield, home to some of the wealthiest parts of England – but also some of its most broken, where manufacturing has gone, to be replaced with deprivation. The local council is trying a series of big and risky manoeuvres to bring back industry and create jobs – but will it work? How will businesses respond? Are council staff up to their immense new task?

 

The Guardian will track their progress over the next couple of years, in the paper, on the web and in films. The project is led by the Guardian's senior economics commentator, Aditya Chakrabortty

 

 

 

http://www.theguardian.com/cities/2014/feb/03/enfield-experiment-london-cities-economy

 


 

In the second in the series (published in April 2014), Aditya Chakrabotty talks to teenagers about their lives, their future and politics.



Read the article online here

 


 

 

In the third Enfield Experiment article, published on September 1st, the Guardian spent a week in the emergency housing office in Enfield. With more than 2,000 people on the waiting list for council properties, and the cap on housing benefit forcing people to accept lower quality housing, we found frontline staff struggling to keep up with their caseloads – in a week that further redundancies were announced

 

 

 

http://www.theguardian.com/cities/video/2014/sep/01/london-housing-crisis-emergency-enfield-video

 


 

The N21 property market in 2014

on Thursday, 06 February 2014. Posted in N21 Community

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The N21 property market in 2014

 

Map drawn by Rachel Oxley

 

 "Crazy", "Baffling", "Unprecedented" , three words used by local estate agents to describe the residential property market in N21 at the beginning of 2014.

 

These days it's very easy to keep up to date with what's happening in the local property market. The major property portals such as Right Move and Zoopla, track house sales based on Land Registry figures and can dice and slice the stats in multiple ways. You can see exactly what has sold, where and when, from the comfort of your own home. You even have the interior pictures so that you can have a good nose around, to see what you would get for your money as a buyer and how much you might expect to get for your home if you are a seller.

 

According to Right Move, there were 309 properties sold in N21 over the last year, which is around 15% higher than in 2012. If you would like to have a catch up with recent property sales in the N21 postcode, click on this link to Right Move here.  Using Zoopla we can see that the average house sale in N21 over the past year was £439,932, although the two data sets are not directly comparable, but they are still of value. According to Zoopla, property prices in N21 have gone up by a whopping 8.7%, or £40,726 in the past year, which is above the national average.

 

Looking at the current market, Zoopla estimate that the average price across all properties is £506,841, but amongst the 138 properties currently on market (through agents who use Zoopla) the average sale price is £940,731!

 

You can check out the Zoopla stats here. This figure will change almost daily but points to a paucity of property for sale at the lower end of the market and is also distorted by a number of multi-million pound houses currently on sale in the postcode. Do these figures really reflect the local market? What is really going on and what is likely to happen to property sales over the rest of the year?

 

Ask an N21 property expert, the people who know the area like the back of their hand and in many occasions will have sold a property more than once over the years and have weathered a number of difficult periods in recent years.

 

*  The key message from this survey of agents is that it is a sellers market, but this is partly due to the "lowish" number of properties on the market. The weak economy and the mortgage famine has reduced volumes, the average number of years that people live in the same house has risen significantly, people still appear to be cautious and are staying put, maybe extending, rather than incurring the extra costs involved in moving.

 

* Agents also report that there has been some market distortion, resulting in a number of properties on the market being overpriced, a tactic used, by a well known national player, (who shall remain nameless), trying to buy market share, by inflating values to get instructions, tying sellers into long but unrealistic contracts.

 

* Whilst prices are still rising, a number of agents felt this trend isn't sustainable; that house prices will peak this year. This makes it a good time to sell if you are looking to downsize and take equity out of the house, maybe to help children to get onto the property ladder or to supplement your income or pension.

 

Here is what our N21 experts have to say

 

Hugh Mason, of Addisons Townsends, who have offices on Green Lanes and also in Southgate, describe the market as "Crazy, fantastic for home owners. Sales achieved in January were sometimes £10,000 more than what we expected. The market is particularly strong in the lower end up to around £700,000, we just can't get enough houses to sell. Some properties have risen by more than £50,000 in six months. We're had open days with 40-50 some viewings, so that home owners can pick from multiple offers. It's a bubble, it can't possibly last".

 

Prices are strong because there just aren’t enough properties on the market, is confirmed by Peter Gale, of Dabora Conway, who like a number of other agents has been leafletting popular roads as they have buyers, often with mortgages agreed. "If you are looking to downsize and want to maximise your return, now is an excellent time to do it, as the current level of price growth isn’t sustainable". 

 

"Any property which comes to the market at the right price is selling quickly", says Jo Fuller of Fullers Estates. It's a sellers market, there just aren't enough properties on the market for people who want to upsize or downsize and stay in the local area, or for the new people wanting to move to N21. The buy to let market is going to remain strong as more and more people seeing property as a pension. With our good links into town, this is a good area for people wanting to invest in rental property. The three mortgage brokers we deal with are working flat out"


Max Bywater and David Gaughands of Havilands  Havilands report an influx of buyers into N21 from other areas "Havilands are experiencing a very buoyant market, with more people looking than properties available – it's a sellers market. Havilands are achieving an average of 98% of the full asking price. Over the past year we have noticed a migration of young professionals from the likes of Muswell Hill and Crouch End, seeking more for their money in N21 and surrounding areas. Its definitely a good time to sell if you are looking to downsize or release equity from your homes – demand is high and Havilands have many buyers waiting for their next move".


Ian McKenzie of McKenzie & Partners would like the Government to conduct an urgent review of stamp duty to help restore the market to more normal trading conditions, which is of course good for the economy. "The volume of transactions is at an all time low, perhaps as much as 40% from a peak prior to the banking crisis.So the old economic theory of supply and demand is key to the febrile nature of the current market. In my view, the government should reduce stamp duty levels particularly at the rate up to and including the 4% threshold, thereby reducing the immense cost of moving and adding some necessary equilibrium to the market. The Government may well end up taking more in stamp duty as sales increase!"

 

As an agent with over twenty five years of local experience Iris Mortemore of Mortemore Mackay advises potential buyers to be cautious and not too caught up by fear of missing out when prices are rising, as we may well have an interest rise later in the year. "Prices are rising and properties are selling at a faster rate. Our main problem is shortage of properties for the potential buyers we have on our books. Even properties that were sticking because they were slightly overpriced, are now selling as the market has caught up. We sold one flat in Winchmore Hill in three days last week. We had an open day last weekend which achieved 15 offers and has now gone to sealed bids"

 

Kris White, the manager of Peter Barry expects more properties to come to market, prompted by higher confidence and the prospect of stronger prices. "At Peter Barry, we have seen a dramatic upturn and rises in the sales market over the past eight or nine months where president prices are being achieved on nearly every sale. Mortgage products are far more readily available today at good rates when placing a 15% deposit and above. It has taken for a few good quality properties to come to market and sell to plant the seed of moving to other homeowners. The majority of buyers looking in the surrounding area already live within a net 5 miles of the property they will eventually buy looking at the large amount of recent completions". Peter Barry have an excellent blog on property issues, http://www.pbea.co.uk/blog/

 

Brian Graff, of Peter Graff, who have just moved into stylish new offices on the Broadway, is frustrated with what he describes as a "log-jam". "I think this year is going to be one of the best years for property sales for a decade. At the moment we have a bit of a log jam, we have a number of clients who want to put their properties on the market but can't find anywhere to buy. This is going to be a good year for people who want to downsize and move into a smaller property in the area. Its not so good for first time buyers, despite Help To Buy they are being priced out of the area they grew up in".


Gordon Farrant of Putts says he is baffled by current market conditions, "I can't remember any time in the past when local house prices have risen so sharply, so quickly, in many instances they are back up above the 2007 peak, The rise has been 10% since last August and it isn't based on any sound economic foundation. Most people are very stratched financially, I'm not sure where the money is coming from. Its good to see first time buyers back in the market, but to buy around here they must have extremely good salaries or help from mum and dad".


Local agents, with solid local knowledge who live and work in N21 are the best people to instruct to sell your property.


What Zoopla users think of N21?

Overall rating: Very good - 90% (26 ratings)




 

How you think about stress can save your life

on Thursday, 06 February 2014. Posted in N21 Community

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How you think about stress can save your life

 

Stress. It makes your heart pound, your breathing quicken and your forehead sweat. But while stress has been made into a public health enemy, new research suggests that stress may only be bad for you if you believe that to be the case. Watch this short video. its fascinating and makes sense.

Replanting the Grange Park Embankment restarts in March 2014

on Monday, 20 January 2014. Posted in N21 Community

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Replanting the Grange Park Embankment restarts in March 2014

 

 

 

UPDATE: here is a link to the new TREE COUNCIL PLANS FOR THE EMBANKMENT 

March 2014

 


 

Following on from the recent damning review of the GrangeParkembankment by The Tree Council (which you can read about here), a second meeting was held on January 16th, with a senior team from Network Rail (Dr Neil Strong and Paul Rutter, Area Director, South Network Operations, London North Eastern & East Midlands Route) and The Tree Council. Chaired by David Burrowes MP, it was an opportunity for a group of local residents who have been campaigning for further planting to hear what Network Rail are now proposing.

 

The Tree Council have been asked by Network Rail to work on  planting recommendations with the objective of helping to restore the Grange Park embankments to a green oasis that supports wildlife, dissipates noise and draws the eye of line side neighbours away from the raised track. They are to make detailed maintenance recommendations, to sustain and improve the restoration of the site, although it will be several years before growth can begin to catch up with what has been lost. The proposals will be delivered in February 2014 and include guidance on any necessary replanting so that it can be completed before the end of March, ahead of the growing season. Here is a summary of what was agreed at the meeting.

 

* TheTree Counci lwill make recommendations for a proper maintenance regime and replanting plan that will fill in the gaps where losses have occurred and, where appropriate, make the planting more 'natural'. The young hedge plants have the appearance of regimented rows, although The Tree Council explained to participants at the meeting that the rows of planting were the most effective way of attaining the sort of visual screen that they sought and, if managed in the recommended way, some of the plant stock will be allowed to sucker and irregular edges will naturally occur.  Participants heard that hedgerows grown and managed in this way were more accurately described as "linear woods", and that they will thicken out in time.

 

* Plant material recommended as replacements for stock that has died would be selected from indigenous species, with attention to the ecological value for wildlife and visual amenity.

 

* Network Rail will check the plant numbers and with the contractor review the reasons for some of the proposed planting areas not being delivered especially where they were originally promised along the boundaries, to the east and west of the site.as specified in Autumn 2011 as well as finding out more about the planting practice and the terms of the maintenance contract to compare with the action that has taken place on site.

 

* The Tree Council's remit is to deliver recommendations for a maintenance plan and proposals for replacing all dead and ailing plants and also further replanting of trees and to make suggestions for more naturalistic planting of replacements to achieve a less formalised look, faster than would otherwise happen.

 

* Planting must be completed by the end of March and will be maintained throughout the growing season (watering and weed clearance), continuing to 2019.

 

* Annual reviews to monitor regrowth and replace any failed plants, with further consultation with local residents.

 

* The progress will be monitored by TheTree Council, as an independent expert third party, until 2019 or for longer if there are still ongoing issues.

 

*The Tree Council has a national volunteer scheme, Tree Wardens, who are the eyes and ears of the organisation and who monitor local issues and who encourage tree planting, care and conservation in their local community.  It is possible that Grange park neighbours may be able to form a local network of this national scheme to keep an eye on the site during the growing period so that Network Rail can respond quickly further plants are lost.  This will be discussed further before getting in touch with TheTree Councilagain to discuss the practicalities.

 

There will be further maintenance work between Palmers Green and Enfield Chase shortly to remove "dead, dying or diseased trees". Around 25 trees between Palmers Green and Enfield Chase stations have been identified as requiring major pruning or removal. Lineside neighbours will be informed shortly.

 

A positive outcome? Hopefully yes, but this has come about through the persistence of a dozen or so local residents, not our elected representatives (bar David B), nor our residents association.

 

We heard Paul Rutter, a Network Rail area director promise never to "do another Grange Park"again. It seems that we have gained a place in Network Rail venacular.

 


 

 

Talk Pants: NSPCC new anti child abuse campaign

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Talk Pants: NSPCC new anti child abuse campaign

 

Teach your child the Underwear Rule and help protect them from abuse

 

The Underwear Rule is a simple way that parents can help keep children safe from abuse - without using scary words or mentioning sex

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Check out who is building near you 2014

on Thursday, 09 January 2014. Posted in N21 Community

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Check out who is building near you 2014

Using N21online planning page, you can check out all the new planning applications submitted since January 2014.


For earlier applications, 2011 - 2013 click here


If you are contemplating building work, go to Enfield Council's Planning Portal here

 

The Planning Advice Officer is available at the Environment Direct reception on the first floor of the Civic Centre between 10am and 4pm on weekdays


ESS/Development Management
PO Box 53
Civic Centre
Silver Street
Enfield
EN1 3XE
020 8379 3825

 

2014

 

DECEMBER

 

19 Ridge Road,  London N21 3EB

14/04992/HOU

Single storey side and rear extension, involving raising the flat roof and parapet wall to meet the existing side extension.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NGZK9WJN28000

 

72 Ridge Road,  London N21 3EN

14/05018/CEA

Rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade and 2x front lights at front.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NH1H07JN28000

 

Vacant land, Springbank, London N21 1JH

14/04944/NMA

Non material amendment to P13-03641PLA to allow pillars to be moved to boundary for improve parking and a new en-suite to main bedroom to improve

living conditions.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NGS6OEJN03J00

 

6 Firs Park Gardens, London n21 2PX

14/05011/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3.7m deep, 4m high (3m to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NH13GQJN00C00

 

2A Viga Road, London N21 1HJ

14/04971/CEA

Three dormers, 2x at side and 1x at rear.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NGU4WXJN03J00

 

AND

 

14/04972/HOU

Two storey infill extension with pitched roof at front, single storey side and rear extension.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NGU63WJN03J00

 

57 Park Drive, London N21 2LT

14/04341/HOU

Single storey rear extension with lantern rooflight.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NEKQZXJN03J00

 

5 Highfield Road, London N21 3HD

14/04919/CEA

Single storey rear extension submitted pursuant to prior approval ref:14/03856/PRH.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NGQ5EXJN03J00


5 Percy Road, London N21 2HY

14/04794/HOU

Conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation and a single storey rear extension. (RETROSPECTIVE)

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NGBJZUJN28000

 

Rear of 10-12 Elmscott Gardens, London N21 2BP

14/04759/FUL

Subdivision of site and erection 1 x 3 storey 5 - bed single family dwelling, external staircase at side to first floor level, rear balconies and terrace, solar panels, amenity space including lower ground floor terrace , associated landscaping and off street parking to front.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NG99W2JN28000


83 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2ER

14/04808/CND

Details submitted to P14-01677PLA for boundary treatment between 83 and 85 pursuant to condition 6 for a single storey side and rear extension involving demolition of garage.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NGD3AYJN00600


16 The Chine, London N21 2EB

14/04756/HOU

Replacement windows and mono pitched roof to front elevation.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NG4BIPJN03J00


2 Eversley Crescent, London N21 1EJ

14/04872/HOU

Alterations to roof involving increase in overall height, raise eaves by 700mm, rear dormer windows, front and side roof lights and modifications to windows at ground floor level.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NGM8LBJN28000


Grange Park Primary School, Worlds End Lane, London N21 1PP

14/04826/CND

Details to P13-03301LBE for the feasibility of green roofs and walls submitted pursuant to condition 14b for the Expansion of Grange Park Primary School from a 3-Form Entry to 4-Form Entry School comprising of erection of a two storey modular classroom building at rear, single storey link extension to the existing school, single storey extension to the existing dining room, reconfiguration of the car park, footpaths and associated landscaping.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NGEY4RJN03J00


106 Barrowell Green, London N21 3AY

14/04746/CEA

Single storey side extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NG3PWVJN28000


89 Fernleigh Road, London N21 3AJ

14/04668/CEA

Extension to roof at both sides to form gable end with rear dormer and 1 x front roof light and 1x roof light at side.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFRBULJN03J00


Land adjacent to Lynwood Grove, car park and public open space, Hoppers Road, London N21 3LP

14/04763/FUL

Installation of 15m monopole including 6 x antennas and installation of 4 x equipment cabinets

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NG9E97JN03J00


8 Orpington Road, London N21 3PG

14/04783/HOU

Single storey side/rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NGB4MKJN28000


118 Hoppers Road. London N21 3LH

14/04771/TPO

Works to a Horse Chestnut tree covered by LBE Order No. 115 - Crown reduce by 1.5 to 2m on one side only (overlooking rear garden of 61 Avondale Rd).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NG4G0GJN28000


18 Bazile Road, London N21 1HB

14/04686/HOU

Part single, part two storey side and rear extension, first floor front extension, part increase in roof height, including two rear dormers and conversion of the garage into habitable room together with a new garage at side.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFWRUWJN03J00


178 Winchmore Hill Road, London N21 1QP

14/04296/HOU

Single storey side and rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NEGGMXJN28000


Woodcroft Sprots Ground, Woodcroft, London N21 3QP

14/04644/REA

Use of part of land for nature conservation and biodiversity purposes with educational wildspace including habitat creation and enhancement, construction of water features, use of site sourced materials for exercise circuit (EcoGym), single storey timber building (apiary) for biodiversity management and education purposes and provision of informal surfaced car park with gated entrance from Woodcroft (RETROSPECTIVE).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFP69TJN28000


St Pauls Church, Church Hill, London N21 1JA

14/04733/TPO

Works to trees covered by LBE order 1 (1966) -Oak (T1) - Reduce low overhanging branches by up to 3m, Oak (T2) - 30% crown reduction to rebalance canopy, removing up to 3.5m.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NG24RBJN00B00

Listed building


33 Hillcrest, London N21 1AT

14/04693/HOU

Conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation, involving 2-storey side extension, and a single storey rear extension.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFYABGJN28000

AND

14/04696/CEA

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade and 2x front roof lights.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFYB9HJN28000

AND

14/04702/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5.115m deep, 3.611m high (2.698m to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFYNUZJN00A00


30 Woodberry Avenue, London N21 3LD

14/04665/CEA

Single storey rear extension submitted pursuant to prior approval ref:14/03427/PRH.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFRAHZJN28000

 

5 Vicars Moor Lane, London N21 2QN

14/04773/PRH

Single storey rear extension, 6m deep x 3m high (3m high to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NG9P9VJN00C00


43 Broadfields Avenue, London N21 1AG

14/04774/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 2.76m high (2.96m high to eaves)

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NG9PIVJN00B00


54 Elm Park Road, London N21 2HS

14/04603/VAR

Removal of P13-00992PLA Condition (11) the proposed new flats shall meet lifetime home standards

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFLBOBJN28000


61 The Orchard, London N21 2DJ

14/04482/HOU

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade, and 2x rooflights to front.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NF6DXXJN28000


40 Green Dragon Lane, London N21 2LD

14/04621/FUL

Installation of 2 x rear rooflights and a new window to rear facade of garage.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFNG1VJN28000


42 Station Road, London N21 3RA

14/03967/HOU

Erection of a replacement front wall and gates.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=ND4NEIJN28000


89 Fernleigh Road, London N21 3AJ

14/04666/HOU

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFRB19JN03J00


NOVEMBER

 

117 The Chine, London N21 2EG

14/04509/TCA

Work to tree in Grange Park conservation area -T1 Thuja Reduce height by 50% (4- 5m) clip sides in.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NF8JVRJN28000


18 Hartland Close, London N21 2BG

14/04599/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 4m high (3m high to eaves)

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFLGEKJN00B00


20 Berkeley Gardens, London N21 2BA

14/02928/CEA

Rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N924JTJN28000

 

790 Green Lanes & 57 Queens Avenue, London N21

14/04254/FUL

Conversion of first and second floors to form 7 flats (comprising 3 x 1-bed, 2 x 2-bed and 2 x 3-bed) involving extension to roof at side to form gable end with 2 x rear dormers and 2 x side and front rooflights.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE7PP5JN28000


St Pauls Church, Church Hill, London N21 1JA

14/04498/TCA

Works to trees in Winchmore Green Conservation area -Oak (T1) - Reduce low overhanging branches by up to 3m, Oak (T2) - 30% crown reduction to rebalance canopy, removing up to 3.5m, Lime (T3) - Cut back lowest 8 branches to main trunk, to prevent damage to building. Leylandii (T4) - Cut back towards boundary as far as possible while retaining a green screen, removing 1.5 - 2.5m to reduce excessive shading of curates garden. Mixed

Hedge (H1) - Remove Ash and Hornbeam saplings, cut back remaining Yew and Ivy towards boundary by as much as possible while retaining a green screen, removing 1 -2m as part of ongoing maintenance, Hornbeam (T5) - Remove lowest 6 branches on church side to prevent leaf fouling, Leylandii (H2) - Trim and tidy hedge on church side as far as possible while retaining a green screen as part of continued maintenance. Oak (T6) - Crown reduce back to previous reduction points, removing 2 -3m all over to contain. Mixed Hedge (H3) - Cut back to the boundary removing 1 - 2m, to reduce gutter fouling and flue interference. Yew (T7) - Remove epicormic growth on church side to a height of 2.5m to clear footpath. Yew (T8) - Crown reduce removing 3.5 -4.5m leaving a balanced crown, to prevent building conflict and reduce fruit fall on footpath which is creating a slip hazard and danger of ingestion by children using the site, Yew (T9) - Crown reduce removing 2.5 - 3.5m leaving a balanced crown, for the same reasons as (T8).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NF88JNJN28000

Listed building


96 Woodberry Avenue, London N21 3LB

14/04570/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5m deep x 3.9m high (2.45m high to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFEB5HJN00600

 

94 Woodberry Avenue. London N21 3LB

14/04572/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5m deep x 3.9m high (2.45m high to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NFEBWGJN00600

 

37 Green Moor Link, London N21 2NN

14/04192/CEA

Hip to gable end with flank window, rear dormer with doors and balustrades, 2 x front rooflights

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE3HWXJN28000

 

131A Green Dragon Lane, London N21 1EU

14/04372/HOU

Part single, part two-storey front extension, single storey rear extension, conversion of garage into a habitable room, installation of replacement windows to all elevations, raised deck to rear and rear dormer.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NEMQ3ZJN28000

 

5 The Grangeway, London N21 2HB

14/04438/TCA

Works to trees in the Grange Park Conservation Area - 3 x Silver Birches, 1 x Cherry and 1 x Damson reduce by 30% and 1 x Lilac reduce by 20%.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NEXOXYJN03J00

 

32 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2ES

14/04463/NMA

Non material amendment to 14/02269/HOU to allow a change to the design of the front door.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NEZKR3JN02N00

 

6 Willow Walk, London N21 1NE

14/04504/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5m deep, 3.5m high (3.0m to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NF8G1VJN00A00

 

40 Fernleigh Road, London N21 3AL

14/04476/CEA

Single storey rear extension submitted pursuant to prior approval ref: 14/03804/PRH.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NF1D7RJN28000

 

36 Hillfield Road, London N21 3QH

14/04400/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4m deep x 3.5m high (2.6m high to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NETTWOJN03J00

 

38 Elm Park Road, London N21 2HS

14/04318/HOU

Outbuilding at rear

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NEIRK2JN28000

 

34A Vicars Moor Lane, London N21 2QJ

14/04225/HOU

Conversion of roof space into a habitable room involving rooflghts to front and rear

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE5KFMJN03J00

 

18 Cedars Road, London N21 3HB

14/04382/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3.5 and 4.1 deep x 3m high (3m high to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NEOD0CJN00B00

 

28 Deepdene Court, London N21 2NH

14/04242/FUL

Demolition of existing bungalow and erection of a single storey building for use as nursery (D1) together with enlarging existing vehicle access and

hardstanding/parking area to west of site.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE7AOPJN00A00

 

46 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2ES

14/04218/HOU

Conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation and single storey rear extension.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE5G9KJN28000

 

37 Hoodcote Gardens, London N21 2NG

14/04260/HOU

Conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation, and single storey rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE93QMJN03J00

 

193 Winchmore Hill Road, London N21 1QN

14/04118/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3m deep x 3m high (3m high to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDSHDUJN00C00

 

20 Wilson Street, London N21 1BP

14/04140/HOU

Single storey rear extension with roof light, first floor rear extension with doors and balustrade, removal of 2 x chimney's, replacement windows and

front door.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDUBM0JN28000

 

12 The Spinney, London N21 1LH

14/04171/HOU

First floor side extension 2 x rooflights and 2 x flank windows.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDWACZJN28000

 

13 Radcliffe Road, London N21 2SD

14/04194/HOU

Single storey rear extension, installation of side door

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE3HXOJN28000

 

76 Houndsden Road, London N21 1LY

14/03946/HOU

Conversion of garage into a habitable room and installation of gable end projection over first floor bay window

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=ND2OZSJN28000

 

6 Oaklands. London N21 3DD

14/04244/HOU

2 x rear dormers

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE7BOQJN28000

And

14/04259/CEA

Side dormer, 2 x front and 2 x side rooflights

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE91WSJN28000

 

38 Radcliffe Road, London N21 2SE

14/04186/FUL

Single storey rear extension to ground floor flat

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDUNIWJN28000

 

100 Ridge Road, London N21 3EN

14/04204/PRH

Single storey rear extension, 4m deep x4m high (3m high to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE3NIZJN00C00

 

70 Langham Gardens, London n21 1DJ

14/03835/HOU

Part single, part first floor, part 2-storey side and part single, part 2-storey rear extension; roof extension and rear dormer

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCPWHKJN03J00

 

128 Wades Hill, London N21 1EH

14/04110/HOU

Rear conservatory

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCNOQ7JN03J00

 

3 Cadogan Gardens, London N21 1ES

14/04210/HOU

Extension to the roof at the side, 2 storey side and first floor rear extensions including conversion of garage to habitable room, single storey

rear extension with roof dome, canopy roof over at front porch, rear dormer, replacement door and fenestration to side elevation, 2x front rooflights.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NE3Y2EJN03J00

 

1A Nestor Avenue, London N21 2HE

14/04177/TCA

Works to a Magnolia tree in the Grange Park Conservation Area - removal of one limb.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDWIFOJN03J00

 

Grange Park Primary School, Worlds End Lane, London N21 1PP

14/04181/CND

Details submitted to P13-03301LBE for the internal consumption of potable water pursuant to condition 12 for the expansion of Grange Park Primary

School from a 3-Form Entry to 4-Form Entry School

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDXXCMJN03J00

 

11 Oakwood Crescent, London N21 1NX

14/03832/HOU

Single storey rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCPUECJN03J00

 

193 Winchmore Hill Road, London N21 1QN

14/04084/HOU

Single storey rear extension and alterations to terrace at rear.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDLDGRJN28000

 

46B Compton Road, London N21 3NS

14/03823/FUL

Single storey rear infill extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCPHEPJN03J00

 

15 Carpenter Gardens, London N21 3HJ

14/04115/CEA

Rear dormer

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDRB28JN28000

 

Keble Preparatory School. Wades Hill, London N21 1BG

14/04111/FUL

Minor material amendments to approval P14-00584PLA to allow an increase in the height of the building and installation of 1 additional roof light

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCNPJBJN03J00

 

201 Firs Lane, London N21 3HY

14/04135/CEA

Single storey rear extension, with outbuilding at rear to replace existing outbuilding.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDSUW6JN28000

 

October


93 Ridge Avenue, London N21 3EP

14/04071/HOU

Single storey rear extension, 2 x roof lights, flank window and boundary fence

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDJMBHJN28000

 

Rear of 14 Colne Road, London N21 2JD

P14-02035PLA

Redevelopment of site by the erection of a detached 2-storey dwelling house.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=ZZZZK3JNXE785


41 Elsiedene Road, London N21 2RN

14/03994/HOU

Single storey rear and side extension 4 x rooflights

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDDHU8JN28000


56 Colne Road, London N21 2JP

14/03525/CEU

Ancillary use of property by the residential occupier for business purposes in connection with private driver/small operator.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBDL6SJN28000

 

6 Firs Park Gardens, London N21 2PX

14/03993/HOU

Single storey rear extension and extension to garage.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NDDHT0JN28000

 

4-8 Vera Avenue, London N21 1RA

14/03597/FUL

Construction of new third floor to provide 1 x three bedroom flat

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBQKLEJN28000

 

41 Eversley Crescent, London N21 1EL

14/03942/TPO

Work to Oak tree covered by LBE order no:12 - fell.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=ND2JBUJN03J00

 

58 Drayton Gardens, London N21 2NS

14/03977/CEA

Single storey rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=ND6DTNJN28000

 

36 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2ES

14/04106/HOU

Replacement windows to front

Grange Park Conservation Area

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCNN1RJN03J00

 

45 Hoodcote Gardens, London N21 2NG

14/03979/PRH

Single storey rear conservatory 4m deep, 3950m high (2450m to eaves)

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=ND6ML6JN00A00

 

55 The Chine, London N21 2EE

14/03838/HOU

Demolition of existing garage and erection of 2 storey side extension with integral garage with pitched roof over, single storey rear extension, rear

dormer and new hardstanding at front.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCPXQFJN03J00

 

36 The Chine, London N21 2ED

14/03988/TCA

Work to trees in Grange Park conservation area -T1 Apple Formative prune 10%, G2 2 Ash Lift overhang to 5m and T3 Prunus Pissardi Reduce by 30%

(1-2m) and shape

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=ND83MLJN28000

 

2 Barber Close, London N21 1BE

14/03953/HOU

Minor Material Amendment to P14-00187PLA to allow reconfiguration of extension flank wall

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=ND48GSJN28000

 

5 Rowantree Road, London N21 3ED

14/03846/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4m deep x 3m high

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCRAQOJN00C00

 

40 Green Dragon Lane, London N21 2LD

14/03302/FUL

Single storey side extension involving a flat roof and 2 x rooflights to the rear

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAHSFTJN28000

 

St Peter's Church Hall, Vera Avenue, London N21 1R14/03218/CND

Details of P12-02016PLA for SUDS(18), surface water drainage(19), construction methodology(21),energy(25), CFSH(27)or demolition of church

hall and erection of part single, part two storey detached church hall with vehicular access to Langham Gardens and a detached 4-bed bungalow with accommodation in roof space.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NA77QUJN02E00

 

12 Eversley Crescent, London N21 1EJ

14/02500/HOU

First floor rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N7OAEEJN00C00

 

19 Radcliffe Road, London N21 2SD

14/03581/HOU

Single storey rear extension involving 2 x roof lanterns on flat roof

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBOF9EJN28000

 

3 Broad Walk, London N21 3DA

14/03670/HOU

Replacement outbuilding at rear

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NC3J9OJN28000

 

11 Station Road, London N21 5SB

14/03655/CEA

Single storey rear extension submitted pursuant to prior approval ref: P14-01593PRH

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NC1RM2JN28000

 

27 Woodberry Avenue, London N21 3LE

14/035751/HOU

Installation of rooflight to front, juliette balcony to existing dormer and replacement doors to ground floor rear

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCERNOJN28000

 

118 Hoppers Road, London N21 3LH

14/03673/TPO

Work to Horse Chestnut covered by LBE order no:115 - remove overhanging branches to neighbouring properties.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBMT4FJN28000

 

5 Highfield Road, London N21 3HD

14/03856/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 3.2m high (2.3m high to eaves)

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCRFBKJN00C00

 

SEPTEMBER

62 Drayton Gardens, London N21 2NS

14/03587/HOU

Canopy at rear (Retrospective)

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBOTGWJN00600

 

11 The Chine, London N21 2EA

14/03612/TCA

Work to 1 Conifer tree in Grange Park Conservation Area:- Reduce by 40% and removal of 1 large branch.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBSDUFJN28000

 

16 The Chine, London N21 2EB

14/03558/HOU

Single storey rear extension involving lantern roof lights.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBL6GXJN00600

 

31 Oakwood Crescent, London N21 1NX

14/03577/HOU

First floor side extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBNB0IJN28000

 

40 Fernleigh Road, London N21 3AL

14/03804/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.7m deep x 3m high (3m high to eaves)

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCNU4CJN00B00

 

14 Shrubbery Gardens, London N21 2QT

14/03746/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5.50m deep, 4.00m high and (2.874m to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCEKM5JN00A00

 

68 Broad Walk, London N21 3BX

14/03660/HOU

Single storey rear extension and first floor rear extensions

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NC1XANJN00C00

 

156 Hoppers Road, London N21 3LA

14/03606/HOU

Alterations to flat roof at rear involving the raising of roof height including 2x roof lights at front.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBS34BJN28000

 

89 Fernleigh Road, London N21 3AJ

14/03559/HOU

Single storey rear extension, extension to roof to form gable end, rear dormer and rooflights to front

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBL6R4JN00600

 

59 Green Dragon Lane, London N21 2LB

14/03691/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5.00m deep, 3.69m high (2.52m to eaves)

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCAU3DJN00A00

 

The Tower, 15 Quakers Walk, London N21 2DE

14/03349/TPO

 Works to ash tree LBE Order No (152) 1983: Prune by 30%

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAK62HJN02E00

 

8 Old Park Ridings, Winchmore Hill, London N21 2EU

14/03548/TCA

Work to trees in Grange Park conservation area (A) Conifer reduce top to appr. 4m high,reduce spread by 30 cms each side to 3m diameter, (B)

Pittosporum reduce 7m high with 3m wide crown to 2m high by 1.5m wide bush, (C) Bay tree reduce 7m 2m wide crown to 2m high by 1.5m wide

bush, (D) Elder tree - fell, (E) Hawthorn tree either fell the tree, or reduce the top by appr. 1.5m from 6m to 4.5m and reduce crown diameter from appr. 4.5m to 2.5m. (F) Reduce to appr. 5m high and 5m spread to restore shape. (G) Poplar: reduce crown spread by 1-3m (depending on variable branch length) to appr. 7-8m diameter. (H) Rowan - fell, (I) Greengage tree remove straggly top by 3m and reduce crown to 4.5m, (J) Conifer reduce crown to 3m, reduce by 50cm, (K) Sycamore - fell, (L1-L4) False acascias trees -fell and (M) Hawthorn - fell

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBKY8YJN28000

 

681 Green Lanes, London N21 3RS

14/03708/TPO

Work to trees covered by LBE Order No (173) 1985:- 1 x London Plane and 1 x Ash- Reduce Overhang by 3m and Crown Lift 4.5m.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NCCFHMJN00900

 

168 Hoppers Road, London N21 3JY

14/03530/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5.803 m deep, 3.9m high (3.0m to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBXW4LJN00A00

 

38 Elm Park Road, London N21 2HS

14/03389/HOU

Outbuilding at rear

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NANYD9JN28000

 

29 Old Park Ridings, London 2EX

14/03516/TCA

Works to Magnolia tree in Grange Park Conservation Area - reduce by 10%

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBBNGNJN28000

 

18 Maxim Road, London N21 1EX

14/03457/CND

Detail submitted to APP/Q5300/D/14/2218274 pursuant to condition 3 materials for demolition of existing garage and replacement with double

garage and storage room.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NB0Q0NJN28000

 

20 Deepdene Court, London N21 2NH

14/02767/CEA

Rear dormer and roof lights

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8I1OIJN02E00

 

84 Cheyne Walk, London N21 1DE

14/03465/HOU

Single storey rear extension and first floor side extension.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NB29C0JN02E00

 

81 Chaseville Park Road, London N21 1PE

14/03155/HOU

2 story side and rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9XRH2JN28000

 

71 Chaseville Park Road, London N21 1PE

14/03114/CEA

Single storey rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9SBGFJN28000

 

2A Farm Road, London N21 3JA

14/03322/FUL

Erection of a second floor extension to existing flat

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAIBLPJN02E00

 

857 Green Lanes, London N21 2EX

14/02879/FUL

Change of use of ground floor from A1 (retail) to A5 (hot food take-away) with single storey rear extension and external flue to rear.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8TA6HJN28000

 

28 Bramscombe Gardens, London N21 3BN

14/03035/TCA

Work to trees in Winchmore Hill Green conservation area - 2x oak, dead and rotting vertical 15m trunks to be removed.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9FGTXJN02E00

 

110 Vicars Moor Lane, London n21 1BN

14/03103/FUL

Single storey rear extension with lantern rooflight

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9RV56JN28000

 

5 Vicars Moor Lane, London N21 2QN

14/03564/HOU

Single storey rear extension and rear dormer.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NBL8QSJN28000

 

Kings Head public House, The Green, London N21 1BB

14/03491/CND

Details submitted to P13-03708PLA pursuant to condition 3 acoustic report for replacement and increased height extraction duct to rear elevation, including relocation and installation of compressor and air conditioning unit."

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NB7X0XJN28000

 

99 Vera Avenue, London N21 1RN

14/03335/NMA

Non material amendment to P14-01955PLA to allow an additional window to the ground floor side elevation

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAJTQMJN02E00

 

4 Wades Hill, London N21 1BG

14/03278/FUL

Single storey rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAJTQMJN02E00

 

32 Woodberry Avenue, London N21 3LD

14/03304/CEA

Single storey rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAHSGLJN28000

 

124 Hoppers Road, London N21 3LH

14/03378/FUL

Erection of a single storey rear extension to ground floor flat

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAM5APJN28000

 

16 Laburnum Grove, London N21 3HS

14/03307/CEA

Rear dormer

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAHUC7JN28000

 

118 Wades Hill, London N21 1EH

14/03046/HOU

Single storey rear dormer

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9H3XRJN28000

 

3 Bush Hill Road, London N21 2DR

14/03325/CEA

Rear dormer

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9H3XRJN28000

 

And 14/03500/TCA

Detached outbuilding at rear

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAK1XBJN02E00

 

And 14/03343/HOU

Single storey rear extension involving lantern rooflight

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAK307JN02E00

 

3 Eversley Crescent, London N21 1EL

14/03434/TPO

Work to trees covered by TPO no:33 (1970) - reduce and rebalance crown by 3 or 4 metres

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9RV4XJN28000

 

31 Oakwood Crescent, London N21 1NX

14/03360/HOU

Single storey front and single storey rear extensions

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NALHSZJN28000

 

61 Fernleigh Road, London N21 2AJ

14/0314/FUL

Single storey rear extension with a roof light and a raised decking area

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9XF4AJN28000

 

11 Wades Grove, London N21 1BH

14/03397/HOU

Rear dormer

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAPFDQJN02E00

 

6 Laburnum Gardens, London N21 3HU

14/02868/HOU

Single story side extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAPFDQJN02E00

 

157 Hoppers Road, London N21 3LP

14/03009/HOU

Single storey side extension incorporating integral garage

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N99LNNJN28000

 

AUGUST


6 -8 Ridge Avenue, London N21 2AJ

14/03073/HOU

Vehicle access to both properties with hardstanding

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9KGIKJN28000

 

5 Houndsden Road, London N21 1LU

14/03374/HOU

Three storey side extension, incorporating extension at lower ground floor

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NALZ99JN28000

 

30 Woodberry Avenue, London N21 3LD

14/03427/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.78m deep x 3.25 m high (3m high to eaves)

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAWZZZJN00C00

 

48A The Chine, London N21 2ED

14/02649/FUL

Rear dormer and roof light at side, installation of windows at first floor

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N83G67JN28000

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

69A The Chine, London N21 2EE

14/03019/TCA

Works to Conifier tree in Grange Park Conservation area - fell

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N856YBJN02E00

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

2A Green Dragon Lane, London N21 2LD

14/02681/FUL

Loft conversion involving a rear dormer and 2 x front dormers including a new window on front elevation at first floor

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8C1YWJN02E00

 

Rear Of Public House, 235 Winchmore Hill Road, London N21 1QA

14/03087/PAT

Replacement 12.55m high mast with 3 x antennas within shroud

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9KZJ3JN02E00

 

71 Chaseville Park Road, London N21 1PE

14/02731/CEA

Single storey rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8FWC8JN28000

 

23 Station Road, London N21 3SB

14/02617/FUL

Conversion of single family dwelling house into 2x 3 bedroom townhouses with private gardens and off street parking.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N81NL0JN28000

 

5 Laburnum Gardens, London N21 3HU

14/02607/CEA

Rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade, 3 x rooflights to front elevation

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N81AK0JN28000

 

40 Fernleigh Road, London N21 3A

14/03060/PRH

Single storey rear extensions 4.7m deep x 3m high (3m high to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9IOZ4JN00B00

 

 

20 Colne Road, London N21 2JD

 

14/02939/HOU

 

Single storey rear extension to replace conservatory

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N92ELLJN28000

 

 

157 Green Dragon Lane, London N21 1EN

 

14/03316/TPO

 

Fell a Macracarpa tree covered by LBE ORDER NO 12 1968

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8WS6GJN28000

 

 

23 Park Drive

 

14/03340/PRH

 

Single storey rear extension 6m deep, 4m high (3m to eaves)

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=NAK1WDJN00A00

 

 

Grange Park Primary School, Worlds End Lane, London N21 1PP

 

14/03910/CND

 

Details of landscaping scheme (condition 14) for expansion of Grange Park Primary School from a 3-Form Entry to 4-Form Entry School comprising of

 

erection of a two storey modular classroom building at rear, single storey link extension to the existing school, single storey extension to the existing

 

dining room, reconfiguration of the car park, footpaths and associated landscaping

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N99LR2JN02E00

 

 

21 Stone Hall Road, London N21 1LR

 

14/02973/CEA

 

Single storey rear extension submitted pursuant to prior approval ref: P14-01271PRH and conversion of part garage into a habitable room.

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9628MJN28000

 

 

112 Barrowell Green, London N21 3AX

 

14/0303/HOU

 

Part single, part 2-storey side extension

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N70H6LJN28000

 

 

1 Haselmere Road, London N21 3AB

 

14/03058/PRH

 

Single storey rear extension 4m deep x 3.5m high (3m high to eaves)

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9IN1VJN00B00

 

 

23 Station Road, London N21 3SB

 

14/02569/FUL

 

Conversion of existing building into 3 self contained flats (2 x 3-bed and 1 x 2-bed)

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N7Z1S5JN28000

 

88 Broadwalk, London N21 3BJ

 

14/03074/HOU

 

Part demolition of existing garage and conversion into granny annex ancillary to existing dwelling with installation of windows and entrance at side, bay window to front and erection of front wall with railings and piers

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9KI08JN02E00


5 Highfield Road, London N21 3HD

 

14/02850/HOU

 

Single storey rear extension

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8SV7LJN02E00

 

 

46B Compton Road, London N21 3NS

 

14/02530/FUL

 

Single storey rear extension

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N7RPGGJN02E00



JULY


131A Green Dragon Lane, London N21 1EU

14/02573/HOU

Part single, part two-storey front extension, single storey rear extension,conversion of garage into a habitable room and installation of replacement windows to all elevations.

 

93 Woodberry Avenue, London N21 3LG

14/03052/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5.25m deep x 4m high (3m high to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9HB4EJN00B00

 

14 Shrubbery Gardens, London N21 2QT

14/02964/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep, 4m high and 2.874m to eaves.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N95Q3YJN00A00

 

63A Station Road, London N21 3NB

14/02407/HOU

Loft conversion with dormer over outrigger, balcony and installation of new window to side elevation

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N7DDLZJN02E00

 

29 The Green, Winchmore Hill, London N21 1HS

14/02630/TCA

Work to trees in Winchmore Hill Conservation area 1 x Ash - Fell and 1 x

Silver Birch - 30% thin and 20% reduction in height.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N82WPMJN28000

Winchmore Hill Conservation Area

 

49 Hydefield Close, London N21 2PS

14/02857/FUL

Conversion of single family dwelling into 2 x flats comprising 1 x2‐bed and 1 x 1‐bed.

 

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8SY8JJN00A00

 

40 Fernleigh Road London N21 3AL

14/03060/PRH

Single storey rear extensions 4.7m deep x 3m high (3m high to eaves).

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N9IOZ4JN00B00

 

5 Clarendon Way London N21 2LX

14/02899/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8VAMKJN28000

 

14 Shrubbery Gardens London N21 2QT

14/02964/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep, 4m high and 2.874m to eaves.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N95Q3YJN00A00

 

113 Wades Hill London N21 1AP

14/02866/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3.8m deep, 3.4m high, 3m to eaves.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8T5E3JN00A00

 

71 Chaseville Park Road London N21 1PE

14/02731/CEA

Single storey rear extension submitted pursuant to prior approval P14-01005PRH

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8FWC8JN28000

 

11 Oakwood Crescent London N21 1NX

14/02851/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.5m deep, 3m high, 2.7m to eaves.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8SV87JN00A00

 

69A The Chine London N21 2EE

14/03019/TCA

Works to Conifer tree in Grange Park Conservation area - fell.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N856YBJN02E00

 

5 Highfield Road London N21 3HD

14/02700/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 3.2m high (2.3m high to eaves)

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8DVT3JN00B00

 

48A The Chine London N21 2ED

14/02649/FUL

Rear dormer and roof light at side, installation of windows at first floor level.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N83G67JN28000

 

2A Green Dragon Lane London N21 2LD

14/02681/FUL

Loft conversion involving a rear dormer and 2 x front dormers including a new window on front elevation at first floor.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N8C1YWJN02E00

 

19 Radcliffe Road London N21 2SD

14/02453/CEA

Single storey rear extension

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N7M346JN28000

 

4 Hartland Close London N21 2BG

14/02668/PRH

Single storey rear extension 8m deep, 4m high, 3m to eaves.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N86L6FJN00A00

 

5 Laburnum Gardens London N21 3HU

14/02607/CEA

Rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade, 3 x rooflights to front elevation.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N81AK0JN28000

 

38 Wades Hill London N21 1BG

14/02488/HOU

Extension to roof at side to form a gable end with flank window.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N7NXT6JN28000

 

156 Hoppers Road London N21 3LA

14/02367/HOU

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with two rooflights at front, rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade and raising of roof height.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N7B7HKJN28000

 

63A Station Road, London N21 3NB

14/02407/HOU

Rear dormer, balcony and installation of new window to side elevation.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N7DDLZJN02E00

 

4 - 6 Station Road Winchmore Hill London N21 3RB

14/02284/FUL

Rear side & front dormers involving alterations to roof.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=N6YLRWJN00B00

 

46, Firs Park Avenue, London, N21 2PT

P14-01973LDC

Hip to gable, rear dormer with doors and balustrades, 2 x front rooflights.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=ZZZZKYJNXE565

 

36 - 38 Eversley Park Road London N21 1JS

P14-01893PLA

Part 2-storey, part 3-storey block of 8 self contained flats (comprising 1 x 1-bed, 6 x 2-bed and 1 x 3-bed) with basement parking and balconied to front and rear.

http://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=summary&;keyVal=ZZZZKPJNXE916

 


JUNE

 

39 Langham Gardens, London N21 1DL

14/02306/NMA

Non material amendme

Single storey rear extension with 2 x roof lights. Hip to gable, rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade, flank window and 2 x roof lights.

 

85 Vicars Moor Lane, London N21 1BL

Extension to side to from gable end with rear dormer and 3x roof lights at 
front.

 

60 Grange Park Avenue, London N21 2LL

14/02374/HOU

Retain ground floor rear extension constructed higher than plans granted P13-01214PLA (RETROSPECTIVE)

 

133 Green Dragon Lane, London N21 1EU

14/02391/TPO

Work to Oak tree covered by TPO order no:29 - reduce by 15 -20%.

 

5 Maxim Road, London N21 1EY

14/02471/CEA

14/02255/CEA

Extension to side to from gable end with rear dormer and 3x roof lights at front

81A-81B Woodberry Avenue, London N21 3LG

P14-02079TRE

Work to Lime (Tilia) trees covered by TPO - 2 x Lime reduce by up to 4 meters in height and prune back to previous points, remove dead wood and lift to 3 meters to contain crown and root-spread

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02079TRE

 

Grange Park Methodist Church, Park Drive, London N21 2EU

P14-02175ADV

Installation of 1 x non illuminated free standing notice board sign to front.

Grange Park Conservation Area

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02175ADV

 

16 Ringwood Way, London N21 2QY

P14-02025PLA

Part single, part 2-storey rear extension.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02175ADV

 

34 Colne Road, London N21 2JD

P14-02196PLA

First floor side extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02196PLA

 

2 Green Moor Link, London N21 2ND

P14-01842PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01842PLA

 

63 Uplands Way, London N21 1DU

P14-01915PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01915PLA

 

121 Green Dragon Lane, London N21 1HE

P14-02015TRE

Work to Sycamore Tree covered by TPO order no:1 -Fell to Ground Level.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02015TRE

 

75 Vicars Moor Lane, London N21 2QH

P14-02146PLA

Alterations to basement and enlargement of light well, restoration of basement access staircase, single storey rear/side extension, alterations to internal layout, replacement sash windows to ground floor at rear / side, loft conversion with rear roof light and re-build detached garage at rear

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02146PLA

Vicars Moor Lane Conservation Area

 

24 Sherbrook Gardens, London N21 2NU

P14-02153PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02153PLA

 

74 Langham Gardens, London N21 1DJ

P14-02159PLA

Extension to roof at side to form a gable end, rear dormer and front rooflights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02159PLA

 

31 Oakwood Crescent, London N21 1NX

P14-01885PLA

Erection of 2 storey side and single storey front extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01885PLA

 

71 Chaseville Park Road, London N21 1PE

P14-02179PRH

Single storey rear extension 5.914m deep x 4000m high (3000m high to eaves)

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02179PRH

 

6 Arlow Road, London N21 3JU

P14-01982LDC

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01982LDC

 

6 Oaklands, London N21 3DD

P14-02166PLA

Proposal: Rear dormer with 2 rooflights to front and side elevations

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02080PLA

 

80 Houndsden Road, London N21 1LY

P14-02166PLA

Single storey rear extension, 2-storey side extension with extension to roof over with rear dormer and front roof lights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02166PLA

 

Highfield Primary School, Highfield Road, London N21 3HE

P14-02215DEP

Details submitted to P13-01277LBE for Energy Performance Certificate pursuant to condition19 for the Minor material amendment and removal of condition 10 (arboricultural assessment) of planning

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02215DEP

 

31 Percy Road, London N21 2RP

P14-01920LDC

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with flank window, rear dormer and front roof lights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01920LDC

 

40 Elsiedene Road, London N21 2RP

P14-01924PLA

Single storey side, part single, part 2-storey rear extension.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01924PLA

 

And

 

P14-01924PLA

Single storey side, part single, part 2-storey rear extension.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01924PLA

 

2A Green Dragon Lane, London N21 2LD

P14-01866PLA

Part 2-storey, part first floor side extension to enlarge the existing ground floor flat and provide an additional 1-bed flat at first floor level.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01866PLA

 

77 The Chine, London N21 2EE

P14-02089PLA

Single storey rear extension involving demolition of existing conservatory

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02089PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

18 Bazile Road, London N21 1HB

P14-0211PLA

Part single, part 2-storey front & rear extension, 2-storey side extension, loft conversion, front porch and vehicular access.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02110PLA

 

8 Hanbury Drive, London N21 1SZ

P14-0201PLA

Part single, part 2-storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02010PLA

 

Scout HQ, Wilson Street, London N21 1BP

P14-01938PLA

Erection of single storey side extension, and relocation of store.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01938PLA

 

12 Broad Walk, eN21 2SE

P14-02002LDC

Rear canopy

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01965PLA

 

4 Radcliffe Road, London N21 2SE

P14-02002LDC

Single story/garden room at rear

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02002LDC

 

9 The Alders, London N21 1AR

P14-02058LDC

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer and front rooflights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02058LDC

 

9 The Laurels, London N21 1LJ

P14-02091LDC

Extension to part of the existing roof to form gable, with rear dormer and 2x roof lights at front.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02091LDC

 

37 The Green, London N21 1HS

P14-02109PLA

Change of use on first and second floors from residential use to office use.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-02109PLA

Winchmore Hill Residents Association

 

MAY

 

20 Hyde Park Avenue, London N21 2PP

P14-01714LDC

Single storey rear extension submitted pursuant to prior approval ref: P13-03747PRH, rear dormer and outbuilding at rear.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01714LDC

 

6 & 8 Ridge Avenue, London N21 2AJ

P14-01736PLA

Vehicle access to both properties with hardstanding.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01736PLA

 

99 Vera Avenue, London N21 1RN

P14-01955PLA

Two storey side extension, part single part 2 storey rear extension and front porch.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01955PLA

 

Grange Park Primary School, Worlds End Lane, London N21 1PP

P14-01984NMA

Non material amendment to P13-03301LBE to allow the inclusion of a single storey administration extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01984NMA

 

Post Office, 9 Chaseville Parade, Chaseville Park Road, London N21 1PG

P14-01432PLA

Change of use from A1 to include takeaway (A1and A5) and erection single storey rear extension with flue.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01432PLA

 

42 Treves Close. London N21 1TT

P14-01897PLA

Proposed single storey rear conservatory.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01897PLA

 

21 Stone Hall Road, London N21 1LR

P14-01271PRH

Single storey rear extension 8m deep x 4m (3m high to eaves)

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01271PRH

 

30 Hillfield Park, London N21 3QH

P14-01850LDC

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer, front and rear rooflights and alterations to rear ground floor facade.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01850LDC

 

113 Wades Hill, London N21 1AP

P14-01851PLA

Single Story rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01851PLA

 

Fern Lodge, 24-26 Compton Road, London N21 3NX

P14-01886PLA

Conversion of 2 x residential care homes into 2 x 3 -bed semi detached single family dwellings including installation of new front entrance and roof lights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01886PLA

 

26 Broadfields Avenue, London N21 1AD

P14-01918PLA

Two storey side extension, single storey rear extension, conversion of garage into a habitable room and first floor extension over.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01918PLA

 

2 The Alders, London N21 1AR

P14-01988LDC

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01988LDC

 

76 Hyde Park Road, London N21 2PP

P14-01870PLA

Conservatory at rear involving demolition of existing conservatory.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01870PLA

 

40 Vera Avenue, London N21 1RG

P14-0150LDC

Extension to roof at both sides to form gable end with rear dormer with 3x roof lights at front.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01050LDC

 

32 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2ES

P14-01890TRE

Works to trees in Grange Park Conservation area - 1 x Crab apple remove lower limbs to main stem to clear wall, crown reduce and thin by 30%, 1 x Hazeli coppice and 2 x Ash trees repollard.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01890TRE

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

31 Oakwood Crescent, London N21 1NX

P14-01652PLA

Single story rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01652PLA

 

69 Eversley Park Road, London N21 1NT

P14-0170LDC

Single storey rear extension, extension to roof at sides to form gable ends with flank windows and a rear dormer.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01704LDC

 

11 Oakwood Crescent, London N21 1NX

P14-01878LDc

Rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade, 2x front roof lights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01878LDC

 

23 Station Road, London N21 3SB

P14-01517PLA

Conversion of single family dwelling house into 3 x self-contained flats (1 x 4-bed, 1 x 3-bed and 1 x 2-bed) and a single storey rear extension.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01517PLA

 

98 Woodland Way, London N21 3PX

P14-01607PLA

Part single, part 2 storey side/rear extension,single storey rear exetension, construction of rear patio and steps, side dormer and a rear dormer with doors and balustrades

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01607PLA

 

5 & 6 Berry Close, London N21 2RY

P14-01747PLA 

Vehicle access and hard standing at front.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01747PLA

 

48A The Chine, London N21 2ED

Rear dormer and roof light at side, installation of windows at first floor level

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01621PLA

 

83 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2ER

P14-01677PLA

Single storey side and rear extension involving demolition of garage.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01677PLA

 

5 Percy Road, London N21 2HY

P14-01708PLA

Single storey rear extension and conversion of garage to habitable room

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01708PLA

 

46 The Chine, London N21 2ED

P14-01756TRE

Fell a Lawsonia tree

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01756TRE

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

32 Elmscott Gardens, London N21 2BP

P14-01769PLA

External alterations involving changes to fenestration and doors to north, east and west elevations at ground floor level and new bay to east elevation.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01769PLA

 

42A The Chine, London N21 2ED

P14-01784TRE

Fell a Conifer tree

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01784TRE

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

63 Macleod Road, London N21 1SW

P14-00942PLA

Single storey rear conservatory and new window to side elevation

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00942PLA

 

18 Church Hill, London N21 1JA

P14-01746PLA

Single storey rear extension and replacement detached garage and home office building at rear.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01746PLA

 

1 Barber Close, London N21 1BE

P14-01672TRE

Works to trees in Winchmore Hill Green conservation area - 1x Ash and Privet/Holly hedge fell

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01672TRE

Winchmore Hill Conservation Area

 

18 The Green, London N21 1AY

P14-01730PLA

Change of use to mixed use Restaurant & takeaway (A3 and A5) (RETROSPECTIVE).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01730PLA

Winchmore Hill Conservation Area

 

44 Beechdale, London N21 3QG

P14-01763PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.7m deep x 3.5m high (3m high to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01763PRH

 

52 Orpington Road, London N21 3PG

P14-01791PLA

Single storey rear extension and conversion of part garage to a habitable room

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01791PLA

 

13 Green Dragon Lane, London N21 2LA

P14-01472DEP

Details submitted to P13-01153PLA pursuant to conditions, (2) external finishes, (3) surfacing materials, (5) means of enclosure, (6) parking and turning facilities, (7) garaging, (8) parking, (9) planting plan, (10) Refuse and recycling waste. (11) life time homes, for the demolition of existing detached dwelling and erection of 2 x 3-bed semi-detached single family dwellings with off street parking at front

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01472DEP

 

26A Eversley Crescent, London N21 1EJ

P14-01594PLA

New front entrance porch erection of single storey front, rear and side extension.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01594PLA

 

1 Simpson Close, London N21 1SR

P14-01423PLA

First floor side and rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01423PLA

 

10 Fothergill Drive, London N21 1TE

P14-01568TRE

Work to Ash tree in Highland conservation area -remove 1 limb with cavity, reduce by 3-4m all round.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01568TRE

Highlands Conservation Area

 

St Pauls C of E Primary School, Ringwood Way, London N21 2RA

P14-01562PLA

Single storey extension involving a secure lobby entrance to the school.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01562PLA

 

10 The Spinney, London N21 1LH

P14-01585PLA

2 storey side extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01585PLA

 

APRIL


42 Colne Road, London N21 2JP

P14-01501PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01501PLA

 

3 Ridge Avenue, London N21 2RL

P14-01535LDC

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with flank window, rear dormer, and front rooflights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01535LDC

 

55 The Chine, London N21 2EE

P14-01138PLA

Two storey side extension with integral garage and single storey rear extension together with demolition of existing garage

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01138PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

36 The Chine, London N21 2ED

P14-01190PLA

Single storey side and rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01190PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

24 Elmscott Gardens, London N21 2BP

P14-01525PRH

Single storey rear extension 3.812m deep x 3.715m high (m high to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01525PRH

 

126 Wades Hill, London N21 1EH

P14-01549NMA

Non-material amendment to approval under ref: P13-03850PLA to change bin/cycle storage door to window with brickwork below to match existing.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01549NMA

 

33 The Birches, London N21 1NJ

P14-01459LDC

Alterations to roof at side to form a gable end with flank window, rear dormer and front Rooflights

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01459LDC

 

31 Oakwood Crescent, London N21 1NX

P14-01466LDC

Enlargement to existing dormer at rear and side

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01466LDC

 

Palmers Green High School, 92 Hoppers Road, London N21 3LH

P14-01260PLA

Rear dormer to provide additional staff room accomodation, installation of heat pump to rear elevation and 3 x front rooflights

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01260PLA

 

36 Broadfields Avenue, London N21 1AD

P14-01305LDC

Single storey rear/side extension with pitch roof, 2 x hip to gable ends, flank window, rear dormer with doors and balustrade and 2 x front rooflights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01305LDC

 

5 Laurel Drive, London N21 1LJ

P14-01509PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01509PLA

 

5 Highfield Road, London N21 3HD

P14-01551PLA

Single storey side and rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01551PLA

 

11 Station Road, London N21 3SB

P14-01593PRH

Single storey rear extension 4m deep x 4m high (3m high to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01593PRH

 

4 Laurel Drive, London N21 1LJ

P14-01610PRH

Single storey rear extension (3.5M deep, 3.85 M high and 3M to eaves)

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01610PRH


23 Percy Road, London N21 2JA

P14-01261PLA

Erection of single storey side extension with 2 x rooflights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01261PLAh

 

85 Cheyne Walk, London N21 1DD

P14-01247PLA

Part single, part first floor rear extension and a rear dormer.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01247PLA

 

Ground Floor Flat, 17 Park View, London N21 1QS

P14-01280PLA

Single storey rear extension to convert a 1-bed flat to a 2-bed flat.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01280PLA

 

Rear of 81B Woodberry Avenue, London N21 3LG

P14-01354TRE

1 x Lime - Reduce by no more than 4 meters in height and prune back to previous points of reduction.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrltheApnID=P14-01354TRE

 

6 Laburnum Gardens, London N21 3HU

P14-01276PLA

Single storey side extension involving demolition of existing garage at side

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl theApnID=P14-01276PLA

 

5 Percy Road, London N21 2HY
P14-00746LDC

Single storey rear extension and conversion of garage into a habitable room with alterations to the front elevation.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrltheApnID=P14-00746LDC

 

21 Elm Park Road, London N21 2HP

P14-01222PLA

Single storey and rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01222PLA

 

And

 

P14-01223LDC

Hip to gable rear dormer and 3 x front roof lights

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01223LDC

 

27 Bush Hill Road, London N21 2DP

P14-01198PLA

2 storey front extension and conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01198PLA

 

69 Bush Hill Road, London N21 2DP

P14-01198PLA

2 storey front extension and conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01198PLA

 

91 Berkley Gardens, London N21 2BD

P14-01206PLA

Single storey side extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01206PLA

 

177 Winchmore Hill Road, London N21 1QN

P14-01209PLA

Erection 2 storey rear extension, 3 x lantern rooflights including conversion of garage to habitable room and construction of new hardstanding and level front

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01209PLA

 

77 Farm Road, London N21 3HR

P14-00697PLA

Subdivision of site and erection of a detached 1 x 3-bed single family dwelling with off street parking at front.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00697PLA

 

160B Hoppers Road, London N21 3LA

P14-00927PLA

Single storey rear extension to flat

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00927PLA

 

58 Woodland Way, London N21 3QA

P14-01123LDC

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01123LDC

 

62 Church Hill, London N21 1HX

P14-01163NMA

Non material amendment to P13-01532PLA to allow the windows to be PVC with a painted finish.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01163NMA

Winchmore Hill Green Conservation Area

 

61 Compton Road, London N21 3NU

P14-01173PLA

Erection of single storey rear extension with rooflights, outbuilding 3 x rear dormers, 3 x front rooflights and construction of front bay window.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01173PLA

 

78 Fernleigh Road, London N21 3AH

P14-01229PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.5m deep x 3.335m high (3m high to eaves)

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01229PRH

 

33 Shrubbery Gardens, London N21 2QU

P14-01267NMA

Non material amendment to P13-03695PLA to re-locate the full height window 600mm to the ground floor rear elevation.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01267NMA

 

21 Firs Park Avenue, London N21 2PR

P14-01062PLA

Conversion of single family dwelling into 2 x 2- bed self contained flats involving conversion of garage into a habitable room and access ramp at front.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01062PLA

 

5 Blenheim Close, London N21 2HQ

P14-01124LDC

Single storey rear extension submitted pursuant to prior approval ref: P14-00633PRH and conversion of garage into a habitable room and installation of a juliet balcony to existing rear dormer

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01124LDC

 

58 The Chine, London N21 2ED

P14-0032PLA

Part two storey part single storey rear extension, conversion of garage to habitable room

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00323PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

939-941 Green Lanes, London N21 2PB

P14-00799DEP

Details to P12-01247PLA for the finishing materials (condition 3), surfacing materials (4), site enclosure (5), refuse storage (7), cycle parking (9), hard and soft landscaping (10), lifetime home standards (13), sustainable

drainage system (14 & 15) and rainwater harvesting systems (16) for the conversion of doctors surgery into 6 self contained flats.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00799DEP

 

97 The Chine, London N21 2EG

P14-01074TRE

Works to trees in Grange Park Conservation Area- x1 Cherry tree and x2 Conifer trees to rear fell to ground.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01074TRE

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

60 The Chine, London N21 2ED

P14-01127NMA

Non material amendment to P13-03666PLA to allow repositioning of rooflights on flat roof, installation of an obscured glazed ventilation window to side elevation and installation of balustrade to first floor French doors at rear

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01127NMA

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

Grange Park Primary School, Worlds End Lane, London N21 1PP

P14-01147DEP

Details submitted to P13-03301LBE for bird and bat boxes pursuant to condition 13 for the expansion of Grange Park Primary School from a 3-Form Entry to 4-Form Entry School

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01147DEP

 

And

 

P14-01151DEP

Details submitted to P13-03301LBE for site waste management plan pursuant to condition 18 for the expansion of Grange Park Primary School from a 3-Form Entry to 4-Form Entry School

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01151DEP

 

81 Ringwood Way, London N21 2RB

P14-00984PLA

Two storey side, single storey rear and first floor rear extensions, and extension to roof at front, side and rear with rear dormer, front and side and rear rooflights.

 

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00984PLA

 

78A Woodland Way, London N21 3QA

P14-01096DEP

Details submitted to P13-01234PLA for external finishing materials (condition 2), surfacing materials (3), existing and proposed ground levels (4), site enclosure (5), surface drainage works (7), landscaping (8) and means of access (18) for the demolition of existing dwelling and erection of a detached 4-bed 2-storey single family dwelling.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01096DEP

 

2 The Alders, London N21 1AR

P14-01172PRH

Single storey rear extension 8m deep x 3m high (3m high to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01172PRH

 

MARCH

 

940 Green Lanes, London N21 2AD

P14-00255PLA

Change of use retail (A1) to Thai Massage Salon (Sui Generis)

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00255PLA

 

18 Rowantree Close, London N21 3EE

P14-00813PLA

Single storey side and rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00813PLA

 

113 Green Dragon Lane, London N21 1HE

P14-00795LDC

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with

rear dormer and front rooflights. http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00795LDC

 

41 Hoodcote Gardn London N21 2NG

P14-00921PLA

First floor side extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00921PLA

 

St Peters Church Hall, Vera Avenue, London N21 1RJ

P14-00987DEP

Details submitted pursuant to P12-02016PLA in respect of surfacing (4), levels (5), enclosure (6), access road/junction (8), planting (11), refuse storage (12), external lighting (16), rainwater harvesting system (20), tree protection (23), cycle parking (24), heavy duty crossover (31), pedestrian access (32), highway

reinstatement (33) and hall opening hours (34) for erection of part single, part two storey detached church hall.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00987DEP

 

45 Green Moor Link, London N21 2NN

P14-0105PLA

Alterations to roof to form 2 dormer windows and rooflights to front

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01057PLA

 

16 Anderson Close, London N21 1TH

P14-00992PLA

Single storey rear extension with lantern roof light

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00992PLA

 

71 Chaseville Park Road, London N21 1PE

P14-01005PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.800m deep x 4m high (3m high to eaves)

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-01005PRH

 

13 Beechdale, London N21 3QE

P14-00850PLA

Rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00850PLA

 

11 Station Road, London N21 3SB

P14-00878LDC

Two rear dormers, with 4x rooflights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00878LDC

 

41 Orpington Road, London N21 3PL

P14-00913LDC

Side and rear dormers, 2 x front rooflights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00913LDC

 

Highfield Primary School, Highfield Road, London N21 3HE

P14-00932DEP

Details submitted to P13-01277LBE pursuant to conditions (12) demonstrate reduced water consumption, for P12-03124PLA Expansion of Primary School from a 2 Form Entry to 3 Form Entry school comprising the erection of a new single storey teaching block to west of site with glazed connecting atrium to the existing school, demolition of detached building at side, new pedestrian access gates to Highfield Road and associated landscaping) to allow removal of 1 x lime tree and 3 x maple trees fronting Highfield road and the replacement with soft landscaping mitigation'

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00932DEP

 

4 Branscombe Gardens, London N21 3BN

P14-00953LDC

Detached outbuilding at rear

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00953LDC

 

36 Radcliffe Road, London N21 2SE

P14-0965PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00965PLA

 

150 Green Dragon Lane, London N21 1ET

P14-00483PLA

Additional dormer window to west facing elevation, extension to outbuilding at rear involving raising height of roof.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00483PLA

 

69 The Orchard, London N21 2DJ

P14-00778PLA

Single storey rear extension with lantern roof lights, conversion of garage to habitable room and construction of decking at rear.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00778PLA

 

126 Wades Hill, London N21 1EH

P14-00881TRE

Works on Cyprus tree covered by TPO order no:33 (1970) - fell to ground level

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00881TRE

 

120 Wades Hill, London N21 1EH

P14-00889PLA

Single storey extension with roof light

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00889PLA

 

87 Woodberry Avenue, London N21 3LG

P14-00644PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00644PLA

 

10 Woodland Way, London N21 3QA

P14-00950LDC

Hip to gable and rear dormer, 3 x front roof lights

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00950LDC

 

10A Eversley Park Road, London N21 1JU

P13-03100DEP

Details submitted to TP/10/01218 pursuant to conditions,(3) noise installation, (5) refuse storage, (7) details of crossover and parking provisions (8)secure/covered cycle parking spaces for conversion of one residential unit on ground and first floor to provide 2 self contained flats (1 x 1-bed and 1 x 2-bed).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03100DEP

 

83 Bush Hill Road, London N21 2DG

P14-00817PLA

Subdivision of site and erection of a detached 1xbed bungalow at rear involving conversion of garage and study.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00817PLA

 

Grange Park Primary School, Worlds End Lane, London N21 1PP

P14-00767DEP

Details submitted to P13-03301LBE pursuant to conditions (10) construction management, (19) green procurement and (20) best practice constructors scheme for new two storey modular classroom building, single storey link to existing school, single storey extension to existing dining room and external works including car parking, footpaths and landscaping.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00767DEP

 

78A Woodland Way, London N21 3QA

P14-00612DEP

Details of P13-01234PLA submitted for landscaping (ecology report) (8b), energy assessment (12), BRE interim Certificate (13a), lifetime homes (14), and Bird and bat nesting boxes (16) for the demolition of existing dwelling and erection of a detached 4-bed 2-storey single family dwelling with integral garage and rooms in roof involving rear dormers.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00612DEP

 

9 The Alders, London N21 1AR

P14-00800LDC

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer and front rooflights.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00800LDC

 

102 Vicars Moor Lane, London N21 1BN

P14-00803PLA

Conversion of 2 x properties into 1 x 4 - bed single family dwelling including removal front and rear doors and installation of window and installation rear doors and rendering to rear.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00803PLA

Vicars Moor Conservation Area

 

15 The Spinney, London N21 1LL

P14-00814PLA

Hip to gable and rear dormer widow with doors and balustrades

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00814PLA

 

62 Church Hill, London N21 1HX

P14-00829DEP

Detail submitted to P13-01532PLA pursuant to condition 1 external finishing material for demolition of existing garage and erection of a part single, part 2-storey side extension with extension to roof over, single storey rear extension and two rear dormer windows.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00829DEP

 Winchmore Hill Green Conservation Area

 

840A Green Lanes,  London N21 2RT

P14-00669PLA

Conversion of existing flat into 1 x 1- bed and 1x2- bed flats.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00669PLA

 

20 Hyde Park Avenue, London N21 2PP

P14-00782PRH

Single storey rear extension 5m deep x 4m high(3m high to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00782PRH

 

St Peters Church Hall, Vera Avenue, London N21 1RJ

P1 4-00736DEP

Details to P12-02016PLA for external finishing materials submitted to condition 3 for the demolition of church hall and erection of part single, part two storey detached church hall.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00736DEP

 

19 Uplands Way, London N21 1DH

P14-00745PLA

Two storey side and rear extension with doors and balustrade at first floor, single storey side/front extension with 3 x roof lights, raised decking with balustrade and steps to rear.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00745PLA

 

70 Hoodcote Gardens, London N21 2NE

P14-00771PLA

Two storey side extension, part single, part two storey rear extension and first floor front

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00771PLA

 

49 Green Moor Link, London N21 2NN

P14-00777PLA

Two storey side and single rear extension including flank windows.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00777PLA

 

33 Park Drive, London N21 2LU

P14-00796PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 4m high (3m high to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00796PRH

 

10-12 The Green, London N21 1AY

P14-00653PLA

Replacement of shop front

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00653PLA

 

And

 

P14-00654ADV

Installation of externally illuminated fascia sign

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00654ADV

 

And

 

P14-00710PLA

Single storey infill extension to rear to enlargedrestaurant seating area

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00710PLA

Winchmore Hill Conservation Area

 

887 Green Lanes, London N21 2QS

P14-00689PLA

Conversion of first floor rear and second floor from office / storage to self-contained 1-bed residential unit involving installation of additional roof light to front and repositioning of external duct at rear.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00689PLA

 

1A Wades Grove, London N21 1BH

Demolition of existing office/storage and erection of 2 self contained flats

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00692PLA

Winchmore Hill Conservation Area

 

36 & 38 Woodland Way, London N21 3QA

P14-00738PLA

Single storey rear extensions to 36 and 38 Woodland Way and realignment of side fence with 40 Woodland Way

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00738PLA



FEBRUARY

 

150 Green Dragon Lane, London N21 1ET

P14-00483PLA

Additional dormer window to west facing elevation

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00483PLA

 

93 Vera Avenue, London N21 1RN

P14-00552PLA

Single storey side and rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00552PLA

 

42 Green Moor Link, London N21 2NP

P14-00580PLA

Conversion of existing garage into habitable room

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00580PLA

 

25 Willow Walk, London N21 1NG

P14-00485PLA

Provision of a glazed screen to the rear terrace boundary

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00485PLA

 

733 Green Lanes, London N21 3RX

P14-0045PLA

Installation of 1x internally illuminated fascia sign, 1x ATM surround and modified security shutter.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00485PLA

 

62 Station Road, London N21 3NQ

P14-00508PLA

Change of use from garden centre to temporary farmers market, operating on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00508PLA

Winchmore Hill Conservation Area

 

75 Woodland Way, London N21 3QB

P14-00523PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 4m high (2.9m to the eaves)

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00523PRH

 

31 Ridge Avenue, London N21 2RJ

P14-00157PLA

Rear conservatory (Retrospective)

 http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00157PLA

 

940 Green Lanes, London N21 2AD

P14-00413ADV

Installation of externally illuminated fascia sign and externally illuminated projecting sign.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00413ADV

 

6 Cadogan Gardens, London N21 1ER

P14-00325LDC

Single storey side and rear extension, front porch and rear dormer

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00325LDC

 

14 The Grangeway, London N21 2HA

P14-00420PLA

Replacement windows to front bay.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00420PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

26 Church Hill, London N21 1JA

P14-03348PLA

Conversion of single family dwelling into 2 x 1-bed self contained flats with alterations to front entrance and new entrance at side

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03348PLA

 

12 Willow Walk, London N21 1NE

P14-00405PRH

Single storey rear extension 4m deep x 3.7m high (2.6m high to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00405PRH

 

Public House, 235 Green Lanes, London N21 1QA

P14-00417PLA

Installation of replacement 12m high Elara pole with 3no. antennas within a shroud and 2 x equipment cabinets located internally within basement.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00417PLA

 

152 Winchmore Hill, London N211QP

P14-00471PRH

Single storey rear extension 4m deep x 3.05m high (2.87m high to eaves)

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00471PRH

 

54 Old Park Ridings, London N21 4RE

P14-00204PLA

Replacement windows

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00204PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

30 Houndsden Road, London N21 1LT

P14-00275PLA

First floor side extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00275PLA

 

40 Hillcrest, London N21 1AT

P14-00280PLA

Part single rear, part 2-storey side extension involving alterations to the roof

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00280PLA

Vicars Moor Lane Conservation Area

 

16 Ringwood Way, London N21 2QY

P14-00290PLA

Part single, part 2-storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00290PLA

 

6 Arlow Rpad, London N21 3JU

P14-00302LDC

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00302LDC

 

10-12 The Green, London N21 1AY

P14-00360ADV

Installation of externally illuminated fascia sign

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00360ADV

 

And

 

P14-00361PLA

Installation of new shop front

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00361PLA

Winchmore Hill Conservation Area

 

54A Compton Road, London N21 3NS

P14-00367PLA

Single Storey side/rear extension and construction of hard standing in connection with vehicular access

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00367PLA

 

Highfield Primary School, Highfield Road, London N21 3HE

P14-00381DEP

Details of P12-03124PLA landscaping (condition13) for non material amendment and removal of condition 10 (arboricultural assessment) of planning permission ref: P12-03124PLA (Expansion of Primary School from a 2 Form Entry to 3 Form Entry school comprising the erection of a new single storey teaching block to west of site with glazed connecting atrium to the existing school, demolition of detached building at side, new pedestrian access gates to Highfield Road and associated landscaping) to allow removal of 1 x lime tree and 3 x maple trees fronting Highfield road and the replacement with soft landscaping mitigation'

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00381DEP

 

760 Green Lanes, London N21 3RE

P14-00387PLA

Alteration of shop front

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00387PLA

 

40 Onslow Gardens, London N21 1DX

P14-00324PLA

First floor rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00324PLA

 

81 Oakwood Crescent, London N21 1PA

P14-00320LDC

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00320LDC

 

28 Highfield Road, London N21 3HL

P14-00300PRH

Single storey rear extension (5m deep, 2.950m high and 2.740m to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00300PRH

 

21 Stone Hall Road, London N21 1LR

14-00303PLASingle storey side extension, including blocking up of side window & inserting a new window at rear on 1st floor level.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00303PLA

 

JANUARY

 

11 Cadogan Gardens, London N21 1ES

P14-00208PLA

Part single, part 2-storey front and side extension, roof lights, single storey front extension incorporating porch, extension to the roof at the side to form gable end and rear dormer with doors and balustrades.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00208PLA

  

15 Ridings Avenue, London N21 2EL

P14-00293PLA

Erection of single storey rear extension with lantern roof and single storey side extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00293PLA

 

29 The Birches, London  N21 1NJ

P14-00260PRH

Single storey rear extension with paraphet wall (3.686m deep, 3.250 high and 3.00m to the eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00260PRH

  

5 Laurel Drive, London N21 1LJ

P13-03082PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03082PLA

 

736 Green Lanes, London N21 3RE

 P14-00154PLA

 Formation of 2 x side dormers and rooflight

 http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00154PLA

 

36 Radcliffe Road, London N21 2SE

 P14-00265LDC

 Rear dormer and front rooflights

 http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00265LDC

 

95 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2EJ

P13-03461PLA

Replacement of hardstanding at front for two cars

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03461PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

6 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2EU

P13-03558TRE

Works to trees 1 x willow fell; 1 x conifer fell;3 x yew crown thinning and crown reduction by 10% in rear garden

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03558TRE

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

53 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2ET

P13-03642PLA

Erection of single storey rear extension 3 x rooflights, decking and steps to side, construction of lower ground floor level to provide habitable room and replacement rear bay window at first floor level.

 http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03642PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

11 Elmscott Gardens, London N21 2BP

P14-00011PA

First floor side extension, including the formation of hipped roof above

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00011PLA

 

38 Eversley Crescent, London N21 1EJ

P14-00084PLA

First floor side extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00084PLA

 

119 The Chine, London N21 2EG

P14-00112TRE

Work to trees in the Grange Park Conservation area - 1 x Prunus cerasifera crown reduce all over removing 1.5-2.5m, 1x Chamaecyparis lawsonia reduce height of rear stem by 2.5-3.5m to match front stem, 1 x Prunus cerasifera reduce length of overly long lower limbs by 1.5-3m to balance crown.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00112TRE

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

41 The Chine, London N21 2EE

P14-00125PLAAlterations to existing rear extension involving new bi-folding doors to rear and installation to lantern rooflight to existing flat roof. 

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00125PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

  

13 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2EX

P14-00148TRE

Works to trees in the Grange Park Conservation Area - 1 x Elderberry and 1 x Apple tree to crown reduce by 30%.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00148TRE

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

79 The Chine, London N21 2EE

P14-00149TRE

Works to trees in the Grange Park Conservation Area - 1 x Conifer reduce height by 30%, 1 x Laburnum reduce crown by 25% and 1 x Conifer reduce height by 2m.

 http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00149TRE

  

22A The Grangeway, London N21 2HG

P14-00150TRE

Works to a Sycamore tree in the Grange Park Conservation Area - crown reduce the height back to the previous pruning points and reduce the sides to match, removing 2.5-3.5 to re-balance the crown.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00150TRE

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

18 Maxim Road, London N21 1EX

P14-00163LDC

Demolition of existing detached garage at rear and erection of a detached garage and storage building.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00163LDC

 

45 Willow Walk, London N21 1NG

P14-00090LDC

Ancillary use of one room by the residential occupier for business purposes in connection with chauffeur.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00090LDC

 

8 Hanbury Drive, London N21 1SZ

P14-00137PLA

Part single, part 2-storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00137PLA

 

Fern Lodge, 24 Compton Road, London N21 3NX

P13-03658PLA

Conversion of a care home into 2 separate dwellings, involving extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade on both dwellings

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03586PLA

 

78 Fernleigh Road, London N21 3AH

P14-00036PRH

Single storey rear extension with 2 x roof lanterns (4.5M deep, 3.355M high, 3.0M to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00036PRH

 

68 Church Hill, London N21 1HX

P14-00062PLA

Conservatory at the rear

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00062PLA

Winchmore Hill Conservation Area

 

Highfield Primary School, Highfield Road, London N21 3HE

P14-00172DEP

Details submitted to P13-01277LBE for landscaping (condition 8), bird and bat nesting boxes (16), Energy statement (20 in part) and cycle parking (26) for a minor material amendment and removal of Condition 10 (arboricultural assessment) of planning permission ref: P12-03124PLA.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00172DEP

 

 

43 Eversley Crescent, London N21 1EL

P13-03870PLA

First floor rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03870PLA

 

6 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2EU

P13-03558TRE

Works to trees in the grange park conservation area - 1 x willow fell; 1 x conifer fell;3 x yew crown thinning and crown reduction by 10% in rear garden.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03558TRE

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

53 Old Park Ridings, London N21 2ET

P13-03642PLA

Erection of single storey rear extension 3 x rooflights, decking and steps to side, construction of lower ground floor level to provide habitable room and replacement rear bay window at first floor level.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03642PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

4 Eversley Crescent, London N21 1EJ

P13-03730PLA

Proposed 2-storey & single storey rear extension & alterations to roof.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03730PLA

 

99 The Chine, London N21 2EG

P13-03881PLA

Extension to rear dormer and replacement window to first floor at side.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03881PLA

 

45 Willow Walk, London N21 1NG

P14-000090LDC

Ancillary use of one room by the residential occupier for business purposes in connection with chauffeur.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00090LDC

 

Fern Lodge, 24 Compton Road, London N21 3NX

P13-03586PLA

Conversion of a care home into 2 separate dwellings, involving extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer with patio doors and balustrade on both dwellings.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03586PLA

 

1A Wades Hill, London N21 1BH

P13-03729LDC

Use of property as two self contained flats

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03729LDC

Winchmore Hill Conservation Area

 

87 Woodberry Avenue, London N21 3LG

P13-03749PRH

Single storey rear extension 2.5m deep x 3.5m high (3.5m high to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03749PRH

 

12 Fords Grove, London N21 3DN

P13-03848PLA

Non material amendment to P13-00820PLA to allow high level clerestorey glazing to the side elevation.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03788NMA

 

30 Orpington Road, London N21 3PG

P13-03808PLA

Single storey rear extension and first floor bay window extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03808PLA

 

81 Rngwood Way, London N21 2RB

P13-0384PLA

Two storey side, single storey rear and first floor rear extensions, and extension to roof at front, side and rear with rear dormer, Juliet balcony and front, side and rear rooflights

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03848PLA

 

15 The Spinney, London N21 1LL

P13-03851PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03851PLA

 

78 Fernleigh Road, London N21 3AH

P14-00036PRHSingle storey rear extension with 2 x roof lanterns (4.5M deep, 3.355M high, 3.0M to eaves).

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P14-00036PRH

 

99 Vera Avenue, London N21 1RN

P13-02801PLA

Two storey side extension, part single part 2 storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-02801PLA

 

115 The Chine, London N21 2EG

P13=03347TRE

Works to trees in the Grange Park Conservation Area - 1 x Cryptomeria Elegane and 2 x Magnolia trees to be removed.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03347TRE

Grange Park Conservation Area

 

37 Hoodcote Gardens, London N21 2NG

P13-03761PLA

Conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation, and single storey rear extension.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03761PLA

 

76 Park Drive, London N21 2LS

P13-03762PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03762PLA

 

2 The Grangeway, London N21 2HA

P13-03826PLA

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03826PLA

Grange Park Conservation Area

51 Eversley Crescent, London N21 1EL

P13-03834TRE

Work to Oak tree at rear (LBE 12, 1968) - Reduce in size by 30%, back to previous points

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03834TRE

 

128 Wades Hill, London N21 1EH

P13-03850PLA

First floor rear extension, conversion of garage into a habitable room, replacement of roof involving increase in roof height, side and front dormers and part rear gable end with inserted balcony and roof light to side.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03850PLA

 

62 Houndsden Road, London N21 1LY

P13-03611PLA

First floor side extension and roof extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03611PLA

 

33 Shrubbery Gardens, London N21 2QU

P13-03677PLA

Single storey rear extension, two storey side extension, extension to roof and roof lights to side and rear.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03677PLA

 

56 Hoppers Road, London N21 3LH

P13-03704PLA

Part single, part 2 storey side and rear extensions.

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03704PLA

 

18 Stone Hall Road, London N21 1LP

P13-03838LDC

Single storey rear extension

http://forms.enfield.gov.uk/swiftlg/apas/run/WPHAPPDETAIL.DisplayUrl?theApnID=P13-03838LDC

Network Rail's new assault on N21

on Friday, 20 December 2013. Posted in N21 Community

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Network Rail's new assault on N21

 

Over the last few days letters from Network Rail have been dropping through the letterboxes of households abutting the railway line between Palmers Green and Enfield Chase. The letter advises residents that VEGETATION MANAGEMENT WORKS are about to commence along the 3.5 mile stretch on December 2nd and will continue until February 7th.


UPDATE


Following hundreds of emails from local residents to Network Rail's Community Manger and senior managers and lobbying by David Burroughs, Network Rail has postponed the 'vegetation maintenance' planned for the N21 embankments. 


Over the past few days dozens of you, from Hoppers Road to The Chine, have contacted Network Rail's Community Relations Manager Denise Thompson. You have made your concerns and outrage about Network Rail's embankment work very loud and clear. The new residents of Henrietta Close (where the garden centre used to be) have reported to Network Rail, the police and the Bat Protection League that there are bats living in the trees between Compton Road and Station Road and removing trees inhabited by bats is a criminal offence.


Together we have won a stay of execution. The work on the embankments between Palmers Green and Enfield Chase has been postponed, apart from urgent work to remove branches of a tree near Grange Park Station on Saturday night, which are touching the overhead lines. What's more, 'Disgusted N21' have started to extract new promises from Network Rail's senior management. Paul Rutter, NR's Director for London North and South met with David Burrowes yesterday and has agreed to meet with residents to discuss Grange Park replanting and the proposed line-side clearance work; appoint an independent assessor and involve the Tree Council in future planting.


Progress, but only time will tell if Network Rail will finally fulfill their obligations and take community relations more seriously.


 


 

 

Alarm bells have started ringing. The letter has arrived just ahead of the date that work is due to commence and the letter bears a striking resemblance to the letter which preceded the embankment clearance around Winchmore Hill station in 2010 and the Great Grange Park Tree Massacre. Whilst safety is of course of paramount importance, now as in 2011, it has been widely acknowledged that the wholesale vegetation clearance was more for the convenience and potential profit of Network Rail, with zero concern for the environmental damage and massive upset for people living in the area, who are also Network Rail's own customers.

 

After the clearance we had apologies, from no less than the Network Rail Chairman David Higgins who assured us that Network Rail would learn from this incident and adapt their community engagement and consultation. Mr Higgins has now departed, taking up his new role this month as Chairman of HS2, tasked to "drive down costs".

 

In the last couple of days urgent requests have been sent to Denise Thompson, Network Rail's Community Manager, who was the signatory of the letter, from our elected representatives including David Burrowes MP and Grange Park's Councillor Terry Neville, to clarify exactly what is proposed. Surely one would expect that NR's Community Manger can be contacted by telephone? No such luck. You have to call Network Rail's 24 Hour National Helpline, who will rely the message to Ms Thompson. She won't call you back but email a suitably vague response along the lines of "we will get back to you".

 

We are promised an "ecological survey". Perhaps this will be similar to the one undertaken in Whitstable, Kent by Network Rail contractors Capel. When a Whitstable resident asked the Capel employee charged with performing a nest survey what qualifications he held for doing so and the employee said "I've got birds at the end of my garden, mate"


Following the vegetation clearance Network Rail's Senior Lineside Engineer Dr Neil Strong gave a presentation at the Civic Centre in March 2011 outlining the proposals for replanting the site, backed up by a three year maintenance contact "to enable planting to establish successfully".

 

 

 

 

You can view the presentation here.

 

It took several months of lobbying to even get Network Rail to a meeting to discuss replanting the site, but in September 2011 a group representing local residents and council officers met to agree the planting, with assurances that the area would be replanted with native species and wild flowers, with an agreement to review the planting after a year, As soon as the planting was done, it was apparent that the single line of twigs was unlikely to provide the screening that Network Rail had promised.

 

Here is Network Rail's own illustration of how the planting should look after three years - including hedgerow 7.5 metres wide, not one semi - dead line of twigs.

 

 

A year came and went, we have now passed the two year point, and many of the trees and shrubs have died or else are unable to grow because they are still encased in plastic. Despite countless emails from numerous residents and elected representatives to Denise Thompson, we have got no further than vague promises that a contractor will visit the site shortly.

 

We want a site visit NOW, before any further work is undertaken and to finally start to plan the proper restoration of the Grange Park site.


Network Rail have failed to fulfil their promises. The way in which we have been treated is a travesty, poor community relations and corporate governance.

 

Here are some of the views expressed by elected representatives and local residents. Perhaps you would like to have your say via the comment box below, as we try to get Network Rail back to Grange Park and ensure that they don't undertake further wanton environmental destruction. Your email details will not be published and your full name will not be used if you prefer.

 

Should you wish to also contact Community Manager Denise Thompson, her email is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

"David is concerned about the number of trees that have died on site and the sparseness of the replanting which contradicts the replanting promised by Network Rail some while ago. David would therefore like to attend the site visit if he can and to be informed of what plans Network Rail have for properly planting the area according to the plans previously agreed. David would therefore appreciate knowing that the site visit will be going ahead soon and he would be grateful if you could copy him in to the notification of the proposed date".

Jane Kelly, Constituency Office Manager, on behalf of David Burrowes MP

 

"I very much support the residents in their campaign to ensure that the land abutting the railway is restored as nearly as possible to its former glory. I readily accept that there were safety concerns about the size and spread of some of the trees and growth so have no axe to grind about the need for some action at the time, though I was concerned about the scale and the inadequate consultation. That said I don't want or need to rehearse the earlier dispute, save to say that I do think that it is important to residents and to the Council that we make the best of what is for many a particularly attractive part of the area, viz the area around the station and for that matter Winchmore Hill Station".

Councillor Terry Neville, Grange Park ward

 

"The subject of "Vegetation Management" is a sensitive one, and has been the subject of much correspondence over the years, as it seems that on each occasion Network Rails contractors are overly enthusiastic in their efforts, which have previously resulted in the total destruction of swathes of trees and shrubs, which have posed no safety threat to the railway whatsoever. I am aware that trackside vegetation has to be kept under control, I just want to ensure that what is planned will not once again result in unnecessary destruction and devastation".

Peter Duce, local resident

 

"Network Rail are incapable of managing vegetation. It gets in their way. So they remove it. And they then rely on an oxymoron of a Community Relations Officer to deal with the outcry by living up to the last two syllables of my description of her. They are hoping that in time we will go away. We must continue to stay strong. Let us prove them wrong".

Peter Johns, local resident

 

"It appears that Network Rail are attempting to utilise their tried, tested and to date successful 'modus operandi' of notifying interested parties as late as possible (if at all) doing exactly as they please and presenting a 'fait accompli'. Once the irreversible damage is done they can just shrug off any responsibility - as we have seen so clearly previously" Julie Wassmer, environmental campaigner, Whitstable


"It's a shame that current day bureaucrats forget that they are the servants of the people and instead act like dictators. Those particularly at the top need to be held more accountable to the people they serve instead of treating them with contempt" Councillor Ertan Hurer, Winchmore Hill ward


"It's not their money, and it's not their local community. I would say Network Rail is indifferent to the wishes of local residents but, at times, senior officers have seemed positively contemptuous. Councillor Martin Prescott, Winchmore Hill ward


 

Network Rail environmental policies are currently being investigated by the European Council and a case study of Grange Park will be included in the next submission.

 

Hang on a minute - do I see another holding (albeit apologetic) email in my inbox?. Sorry Ms Thompson we're tired of waiting. Lets keep up the pressure N21.

Sent To Siberia

on Thursday, 19 December 2013. Posted in N21 Community

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Sent To Siberia

 

Allan Boroughs, is a Grange Park resident and a man of many talents. Allan, a business adviser and writer has his first children's book Ironheart published by Macmillan in Jamuary 2013. In March 2013 he made a 5,500 trip to Siberia, as part of his research for his book. 

 

 

 

Picking myself up from the Siberian forest floor for the third time I reflected that a dog sledge was possibly the most wilful mode of transport I had ever encountered. The seven dogs pulling my sledge only understood instructions in Russian and were far more interested in exploring interesting smells than anywhere I might want to go. (Imagine driving a car that was constantly trying to sniff the butts of all the other cars and you have the general picture).

When I first broached the topic of taking a trip to Siberia, my wife was very understanding given how it sounded when I said it out loud. "I want to go to Siberia," I announced. "I want to make the journey without getting on an aircraft to gain a true sense of the size of the Earth. I want to travel from our house in Grange Park and go all the way to Beijing by train!"


"I think you may need to change at Finsbury Park," she said. She was right too. Grange Park, Finsbury Park, Kings Cross, Brussels, Koln, Moscow, Irkutsk, Ulan Bator and Beijing – a total journey of about 5,500 miles and definitely outside the Oyster zone. Along the way I planned to research an adventure story for children and have an authentic adventure of my own.

 

So why go by train? Well, I like trains. Not in a geeky sort of way but because trains travel more slowly and give you a much better sense of how the world is joined up. Viewing the world through a train window reminds you that countries rub up against each other, they have border regions where languages and cultures mix and the changes in landscape and architecture happen gradually.

 

My journey took me on a slow ride through Eastern Europe watching the scenery change into snow draped forests and stark mountain ranges. As the train slipped across the Urals into Siberia proper we passed Soviet era factories, lumber yards and remote villages and the temperature outside dropped to minus 30C. (Interestingly we were warned of the dangers of remaining seated whilst flushing the toilet as a blast of sub-zero air has been known to freeze unsuspecting passengers to the toilet seat.)

 

Siberia itself is a land of extremes, much of it covered in frozen forest (or Taiga) – there are more trees in Siberia than in the whole of the Amazon. The country has a population less than half that of the UK in an area twelve times the size and the temperature ranges from -60C in the winter to plus 45C in the summer. Despite such hostility in the landscape, the northern and eastern regions are still home to large groups of ethnic Siberians, living in nomadic tribes who have survived years of persecution and the encroachment of commercial interests on their lands.

 

 

 

 

 

I also had the privilege of being able to meet so many more of the people than I would have done travelling by plane – the burly lady furnace stoker, gold-toothed Babushkas selling dubious-looking smoked fish on the stations , a horse master of the Mongolian plains who shared my interest in conjuring tricks and a soviet-era school teacher who had only recently been allowed to read 'Animal Farm' were just a few I shall always remember.

 

 

 

 

The trip was also not without its bizarre moments – it will be a long time before I forget entertaining three very large Belarus border guards and their sniffer dog in a sleeper cabin the size of a telephone kiosk or indeed the unexpected meal of deep fried scorpions and ice cream that followed shortly afterwards.

 

And then, of course, there was the dog sledging. Actually, once you manage to stop the dogs from licking themselves and peeing against trees they can get up a fair bit of speed. And with a clear Siberian sky and a fresh wind blowing across Lake Baikal I think I have scarcely seen a more beautiful country.

 

 

 

At the end of a three week journey I clambered off the train in Beijing looking and smelling like something that had been lured down from the mountains with a piece of meat. I boarded my plane for home reluctantly – torn between the need to see the family again and a strong urge to board the very next train to who-knows-where. Arriving back in London was something of a culture shock after my slow journey East – the city seemed unnaturally crowded, fast paced and intense compared to the beautiful desolation of the previous few weeks. I spent much of the year that followed writing the novel that I used as justification for the journey and I was delighted last year when it was accepted for publication.

 

So what now? I confess I am bitten by the travel bug and the desire to make interesting journeys without being overly concerned about the destination. This year I wrote a second novel inspired by a trip to Antarctica and I have further trips planned (though they may require some careful domestic negotiations). Of course I have only been able to do any of this because other people have encouraged me and I shall remain eternally grateful to everyone who covered for me, supported me and allowed me to believe that doing something just because it sounds bonkers is reason enough on its own.

 

More pictures can be viewed on Allan's travel blog here

 

Ironheart, a classic adventure story for children, is published by Macmillan on 2nd January 2014

 

 

http://www.allanboroughs.co.uk/

 

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The Tree Council produce damning report on the Grange Park embankment replanting

on Wednesday, 18 December 2013. Posted in N21 Community

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The Tree Council produce damning report on the Grange Park embankment replanting

 

On a cold and foggy December morning, Pauline Buchanan Black, Director General of The Tree Council and Jon Stokes, the charity's Project Director and renowned hedgerow expert, traipsed across the Grange Park embankments, notebooks and cameras at the ready. They were visiting at the behest of Network Rail, following campaigning by local residents; to inspect the site and assess the success of the tree and hedge replanting, undertaken at the end of 2011.

 

A week later, they were back on site, for a two hour debriefing with a group of local residents who have been lobbying Network Rail; accompanied by senior managers from Network Rail, including Dr Neil Strong, Network Rail's own tree specialist, who first presented Network Rail's replanting proposals back in February 2011.

 

Network Rail had originally promised to review the replanting in the Autumn of 2012; it has taken a year of persistent badgering to arrive at this point. Network Rail is a paid up member organisation of the Tree Council, therefore it could be argued that the Council is not a wholly independent arbiter. Nevertheless, it was an open and candid meeting, with Network Rail's Regional Manager Richard Owen, admitting to the devastation which resulted from the "scorched earth policy".


The Tree Council's conclusions were not good; the plant survival rate is below the standards used by leading tree bodies, including the Forestry Commission and the report identifies poor site preparation and maintenance of the site since planting.

 

Here is a summary of the findings


"The concept behind the planting plan appeared well thought through and in the main, executed as shown on the plan, The survival rate for hedge plants surveyed across the site was 88% and for trees, 68%: this is below comparable standards set by DEFRA and the Forestry Commission. The main cause of death appear to be a combination of poor ground preparation; lack of water, light and nutrients because of competition from grass and weeds; and poor planting techniques. To increase the chances of the project meeting its aims, we recommend a rigorous management to improve conditions and restock the dead plants."


The table provides a summary of the replanting, showing the high failure rate among the trees, with 83 of them reported to be dead, largely due to contractor errors and lack of maintenance. What a waste of money.

 

 

 Points arising from the report and the meeting


* The report states that "assessments were made on 1275 hedge plants and 258 trees throughout the site" . However it also reports that "4374 hedge plants and 411 trees were commissioned". The figures confirm what local residents have te always suspected, that the planting was well short of what was originally promised, with less than half the hedging plants actually planted and 150 fewer trees. The report alludes to this, by reference to the planting of two to three rows of hedge row plants, "not the ten or so shown on the plan cross section. The discrepancy will not affect the development of the hedge, but the local residents may have expected a more dense band of planting"

 

* It would seem that the contractors and Network Rail were at fault in not preparing the ground sufficiently, improving the quality of the soil prior to planning and using mulch to conserve water and reduce weeds.

 

  Weed control non existent. If grass growth continues, the death rate will                           Weed choking tubes. This has caused some trees to rot and die.

 increase and the growth rates will decline.

 

 

* A number of trees and whips were planted at the wrong depth and have become water logged.

 

 Holly isn't surviving in the tubes. It is dying back as it is too wet inside.                               Hedge whips planted too deep resulting in the death of plant material.

 Holly needs a mess guard on this site to ensure survival.                                                        Blackthorn particularly suffering - 3 dug up for reference.

 

 

* Many trees were not supported with the correct size of tree tie and "a variety of inappropriate materials have been used to tie the trees to the stake".

 

* Nursery labels should have been removed as these can constrict growth.

 

Excessive weed growth which has not been controlled. No sign of mulch,                        Ties are too low and the stakes have been wrongly specified for the size of tree.

spraying or other ground treatment.                                                                                             They should have been at least 30cm taller, ideally 60cm taller, to ensure tree

                                                                                                                                                                   stability. Rubbing of the stem is evident at top of many stakes due to poor

                                                                                                                                                                   staking technique.

 

* There was evidence of scars on the trunks of some of the trees, where they may have been damaged by a mechanical digger

 

Across the site, tree ties have been broken, because they were inadequate                    Evidence of major scars, suggesting poor planting practice. The damage to a few

for the size of tree. Planters have used a mixture of ties used to secure the                     of the trees is so significant that they should be considered as failures, even if they

hedge guards, which are entirely inappropriate, and some gardening ties which        are currently alive.

again are too small for the size of tree. This has resulted in the trees leaning,

falling and snapping.

 

* Hedgerow growth has been minimal in the past year, largely due to lack of maintenance, in particular weeding around the plants and lack of water.

 


What next?


 The Tree Council team has made a number of recommendations, including the use of herbicides to reduce weed cover around the hedging; improvement of the soil along the Green Dragon Lane boundary, where the soil has been too compacted to allow for healthy plant growth and the replacement of dead trees.

 

A proper schedule of maintenance needs to be drawn up, taking 2013, rather than 2011 as the base year, which must include watering, if this site is to have any chance of recovery in the next decade.

 

 As the planting has not been as dense as outlined in the original plan, it is hoped that further planting will take place, that Network Rail will honour its earlier commitment, especially as the lack of maintenance and poor practices have lengthened the time it will take to restore the site to becoming one again a wildlife corridor.

 

Network Rail has accepted the report and recommendations. Regional Director Richard Owen, who is taking responsibility for all the work proposed between Palmers Green and Enfield Chase stations, (the Grange Park embankment replanting plus the new maintenance work), has given a categorical assurance that only minimal maintenance work is proposed. There will be no removal of mature trees or large shrubs. Contractors will be fully supervised to ensure that these guidelines are adhered to.

 

He also acknowledged that Network Rail has lost the trust of its "line-side neighbours" and this reputational damage needs to be rebuilt.

 

Yes, we have heard this before, but there is more accountability and transparency promised. It will take several years before this former wildlife corridor reverts to nature; the speed at which this happens is down to nature and contingent on Network Rail fulfilling its obligations made in December 2013, not February 2011. Only time will tell.

 

The Tree Council report can be read here.

Network Rail's new assault on N21

on Wednesday, 27 November 2013. Posted in N21 Community

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Network Rail's new assault on N21

 

Over the last few days letters from Network Rail have been dropping through the letterboxes of households abutting the railway line between Palmers Green and Enfield Chase. The letter advises residents that VEGETATION MANAGEMENT WORKS are about to commence along the 3.5 mile stretch on December 2nd and will continue until February 7th.


UPDATE


Following hundreds of emails from local residents to Network Rail's Community Manger and senior managers and lobbying by David Burroughs, Network Rail has postponed the 'vegetation maintenance' planned for the N21 embankments. 


Over the past few days dozens of you, from Hoppers Road to The Chine, have contacted Network Rail's Community Relations Manager Denise Thompson. You have made your concerns and outrage about Network Rail's embankment work very loud and clear. The new residents of Henrietta Close (where the garden centre used to be) have reported to Network Rail, the police and the Bat Protection League that there are bats living in the trees between Compton Road and Station Road and removing trees inhabited by bats is a criminal offence.


Together we have won a stay of execution. The work on the embankments between Palmers Green and Enfield Chase has been postponed, apart from urgent work to remove branches of a tree near Grange Park Station on Saturday night, which are touching the overhead lines. What's more, 'Disgusted N21' have started to extract new promises from Network Rail's senior management. Paul Rutter, NR's Director for London North and South met with David Burrowes yesterday and has agreed to meet with residents to discuss Grange Park replanting and the proposed line-side clearance work; appoint an independent assessor and involve the Tree Council in future planting.


Progress, but only time will tell if Network Rail will finally fulfill their obligations and take community relations more seriously.


 


 

 

Alarm bells have started ringing. The letter has arrived just ahead of the date that work is due to commence and the letter bears a striking resemblance to the letter which preceded the embankment clearance around Winchmore Hill station in 2010 and the Great Grange Park Tree Massacre. Whilst safety is of course of paramount importance, now as in 2011, it has been widely acknowledged that the wholesale vegetation clearance was more for the convenience and potential profit of Network Rail, with zero concern for the environmental damage and massive upset for people living in the area, who are also Network Rail's own customers.

 

After the clearance we had apologies, from no less than the Network Rail Chairman David Higgins who assured us that Network Rail would learn from this incident and adapt their community engagement and consultation. Mr Higgins has now departed, taking up his new role this month as Chairman of HS2, tasked to "drive down costs".

 

In the last couple of days urgent requests have been sent to Denise Thompson, Network Rail's Community Manager, who was the signatory of the letter, from our elected representatives including David Burrowes MP and Grange Park's Councillor Terry Neville, to clarify exactly what is proposed. Surely one would expect that NR's Community Manger can be contacted by telephone? No such luck. You have to call Network Rail's 24 Hour National Helpline, who will rely the message to Ms Thompson. She won't call you back but email a suitably vague response along the lines of "we will get back to you".

 

We are promised an "ecological survey". Perhaps this will be similar to the one undertaken in Whitstable, Kent by Network Rail contractors Capel. When a Whitstable resident asked the Capel employee charged with performing a nest survey what qualifications he held for doing so and the employee said "I've got birds at the end of my garden, mate"


Following the vegetation clearance Network Rail's Senior Lineside Engineer Dr Neil Strong gave a presentation at the Civic Centre in March 2011 outlining the proposals for replanting the site, backed up by a three year maintenance contact "to enable planting to establish successfully".

 

 

 

 

You can view the presentation here.

 

It took several months of lobbying to even get Network Rail to a meeting to discuss replanting the site, but in September 2011 a group representing local residents and council officers met to agree the planting, with assurances that the area would be replanted with native species and wild flowers, with an agreement to review the planting after a year, As soon as the planting was done, it was apparent that the single line of twigs was unlikely to provide the screening that Network Rail had promised.

 

Here is Network Rail's own illustration of how the planting should look after three years - including hedgerow 7.5 metres wide, not one semi - dead line of twigs.

 

 

A year came and went, we have now passed the two year point, and many of the trees and shrubs have died or else are unable to grow because they are still encased in plastic. Despite countless emails from numerous residents and elected representatives to Denise Thompson, we have got no further than vague promises that a contractor will visit the site shortly.

 

We want a site visit NOW, before any further work is undertaken and to finally start to plan the proper restoration of the Grange Park site.


Network Rail have failed to fulfil their promises. The way in which we have been treated is a travesty, poor community relations and corporate governance.

 

Here are some of the views expressed by elected representatives and local residents. Perhaps you would like to have your say via the comment box below, as we try to get Network Rail back to Grange Park and ensure that they don't undertake further wanton environmental destruction. Your email details will not be published and your full name will not be used if you prefer.

 

Should you wish to also contact Community Manager Denise Thompson, her email is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

"David is concerned about the number of trees that have died on site and the sparseness of the replanting which contradicts the replanting promised by Network Rail some while ago. David would therefore like to attend the site visit if he can and to be informed of what plans Network Rail have for properly planting the area according to the plans previously agreed. David would therefore appreciate knowing that the site visit will be going ahead soon and he would be grateful if you could copy him in to the notification of the proposed date".

Jane Kelly, Constituency Office Manager, on behalf of David Burrowes MP

 

"I very much support the residents in their campaign to ensure that the land abutting the railway is restored as nearly as possible to its former glory. I readily accept that there were safety concerns about the size and spread of some of the trees and growth so have no axe to grind about the need for some action at the time, though I was concerned about the scale and the inadequate consultation. That said I don't want or need to rehearse the earlier dispute, save to say that I do think that it is important to residents and to the Council that we make the best of what is for many a particularly attractive part of the area, viz the area around the station and for that matter Winchmore Hill Station".

Councillor Terry Neville, Grange Park ward

 

"The subject of "Vegetation Management" is a sensitive one, and has been the subject of much correspondence over the years, as it seems that on each occasion Network Rails contractors are overly enthusiastic in their efforts, which have previously resulted in the total destruction of swathes of trees and shrubs, which have posed no safety threat to the railway whatsoever. I am aware that trackside vegetation has to be kept under control, I just want to ensure that what is planned will not once again result in unnecessary destruction and devastation".

Peter Duce, local resident

 

"Network Rail are incapable of managing vegetation. It gets in their way. So they remove it. And they then rely on an oxymoron of a Community Relations Officer to deal with the outcry by living up to the last two syllables of my description of her. They are hoping that in time we will go away. We must continue to stay strong. Let us prove them wrong".

Peter Johns, local resident

 

"It appears that Network Rail are attempting to utilise their tried, tested and to date successful 'modus operandi' of notifying interested parties as late as possible (if at all) doing exactly as they please and presenting a 'fait accompli'. Once the irreversible damage is done they can just shrug off any responsibility - as we have seen so clearly previously" Julie Wassmer, environmental campaigner, Whitstable


"It's a shame that current day bureaucrats forget that they are the servants of the people and instead act like dictators. Those particularly at the top need to be held more accountable to the people they serve instead of treating them with contempt" Councillor Ertan Hurer, Winchmore Hill ward


"It's not their money, and it's not their local community. I would say Network Rail is indifferent to the wishes of local residents but, at times, senior officers have seemed positively contemptuous. Councillor Martin Prescott, Winchmore Hill ward


 

Network Rail environmental policies are currently being investigated by the European Council and a case study of Grange Park will be included in the next submission.

 

Hang on a minute - do I see another holding (albeit apologetic) email in my inbox?. Sorry Ms Thompson we're tired of waiting. Lets keep up the pressure N21.