TOWARDS A COMMUNITY LED VISION & ACTION PLAN

The council will ensure that the borough's town centres are vibrant, vital and valued, being successful in social and economic terms. Town centres act as community focused hubs and destinations through their distinct character, offer and connectivity to their surroundings

Nesil Caliskan, Leader of Enfield Council (13.7.19)

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WINCHMORE HILL: Why action is urgently needed

more details here

This Week in N21

We need action to save our businesses and potentially save lives.


READ HERE

 

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"thanks for reminding me that we are so lucky to live in this great place"


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THIS WEEK IN N21 IS BACK IN SEPTEMBER


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Check out who is building what near you


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more details here


 


 

The quirkiest house in N21 is for sale


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more details here

 


 

Capitol House - going, going, gone

 

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The Winchmore: lets end the water crisis together 


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more details here

 

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Read the August issue

 


 

 

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 Admin/bookkeeper sought

for Bush Hill Park office

 

 More details here



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Community Award

 


 

Do you have any toys or children's books

to donate to School Aid

to support children in Malawi & Zimbabwe?

 

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More details here

 


 

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SUMMER COURSES

more details here

 


 

Grange Park Horticultural Society

Trading Hut open to the local gardening community

 

 Trading hut

 Saturday & Sunday 10am - noon

Compost & garden sundries at competitive prices

Membership £3

 

 


 

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 more details here


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https://bhpgc.com/women-s-golf

 


 

Enfield Council undertakes

Retail 

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and the 'patient' is poorly

a cause for concern?

more details here

 


 

you can make a difference 

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Join the Park Run

in Grovelands Park


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www.parkrun.org.uk/grovelands/

 

Lots of other sporting activities

to join in N21!

more details here



 

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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

 


 

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Are you thinking of starting a business?

 

Are you unemployed?


www.enterpriseenfield.org

 


 

 

New & Updated Business Pages

 

Anokhi Restaurant

Armour Security

Barber El's

Chi Chi's Coffee & Waffle House

Create Life Space

Espresso & Co

Fortitude Dance Company

Gadget Bees

Going Greek

Hair 21

MK & Co

Mi Homes

More Yoga

Nourished Naturally

 PH Sports

Punto

The Sacred Tree

S.E Beauty

Siobhan Cosgrave Herbalist & Naturopath

The Southgate Club

Swiss Care Clinic

Winwell Financial Consultancy

                            


    

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Inflatables Tuesdays at Bury Lodge Park

Bush Hill Golf Club Junior Summer Holiday Fun

Chi Chi's Craft Cool Club Summer Workshops

Chi Chi's Wednesday Morning Movies

Firs Farm Nature Activities 

Firs Farm Summer Tennis Courses 

Kalo Sports Camps at Hazelwood Sports Club 

Monkey Music Summer fun 

Muddy Mutley Junior Canine Workshops

Saracens Youth Summer Rugby

The Secret Garden Childrens Crafts

Kids@Stitch

Talkies Outdoor Cinema presents Jungle Book

Vicars Moor Tennis Club Summer Camps 

Winchmore Hill Cricket Colts Camps 

Winchmore Hill Football Camps

Winchmore Hill Tennis Club Summer Camps

 

 Summer Uni - 1000 free places for

young people aged 11 - 19

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 more details here

  


 

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Welcome beryl - how long will 'she' stay?


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third time lucky?

https://beryl.cc/bikeshare/london


HAVE YOUR SAY ON BERYL BIKES


 


 


Your feedback on the trial No Entry in Stonard Road

(Fernleigh Road Area Quieter Neighbourhood)


Stonard Road Point No Entry 2


Stonard Road Experiment explained 

 


 

Volunteers sought to test the safety of the A105 cycle lanes

for people with disabilities and mobility issues 


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more details here

 

Read the article

'Mini-Hollands' are creating 'real distress' for visually impaired'

http://londonroadsafetycouncil.org.uk/mini-hollands-creating-real-distress-for-visually-impaired/

 



Have you tripped over or hit one of these

whilst walking, driving or cycling?


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 REPORT IT TO ENFIELD COUNCIL

https://consultations.trafficandtransport.co.uk/traffic-and-transportation/incident-reporting/   


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https://www.change.org/p/london-borough-of-enfield-tell-enfield-council-to-take-the-orcas-out

 



Enfield Council say orcas are safe - really?


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Read this research published

in the Evening Standard

here

  


 

Segregated cycle lanes are putting patients' lives at risk

medical leaders have warned

 

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Ambulance on the wrong side of the road opposite Sainsbury's

read the Telegraph article

here

 


 

Check out pollution levels today

  

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http://www.londonair.org.uk/

 


 

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CHECK OUT WHAT WE CAN RECYCLE HERE

 

 


 

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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



 


 

Can you help your local community?

 

 

n21online is a community portal

for the Winchmore Hill postcode 

 

If you have a news story about life in or around Grange Park and Winchmore Hill, or wish to communicate with people in the local area about an activity, business, campaign or local event; please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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The Woodman tree blown down (30/7)

fortunately nobody hurt


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The Felix Project: Good Food For Good Causes


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Can you help?

More details here

 


 

Stolen bike

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Voodoo Aizan mountain bike, stolen

from Chyene Walk Open Space area on 25/7.

£50 reward for its return

07900 491849

 


 

Everyday our ears are bombarded with noise. The roar of traffic, the banging of building sites and DIY, the wail of sirens, the beat of music from cars, phones and houses. All day, everyday.


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Where can you go to escape?

not far



 

 

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DO YOU LOVE GARDENING?

Could you help to run garden groups at the North London Hospice in Barrowell Green?

More details here

 


  

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2 Conway Road, N14

1 September

 

95 Woodland Way, N21

8 September


 


 

Save The Intimate Theatre

 

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Sign the petition

 

The Intimate Theatre has been added

to the 'Theatre At Risk' register

more details here

 

https://www.facebook.com/TheIntimateTheatre/

 


 

BAMBOS CHARALAMBOUS MP

FOR ENFIELD SOUTHGATE

https://www.bambos.org.uk/

 


 

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Bush Hill Park councillors here


Grange councillors here


Winchmore Hill councillors here


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

 


 

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Winchmore Hill ward

July newsletter

download here

 

Grange ward

August newsletter

download here

 

 

Winchmore Hill Police 

CONTACT HERE

 


 

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Southgate Homebound

and Disabled Association

 

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 more details here

 


 

Ruth Winston Community Centre

 

 

 ruthwinstoncentre.com


 

Winchmore Hill Community Care

 

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more details here  


 

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Dementia Cafe

at St Peter's Church Hall

on Fridays

More details here

  


 

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www.noahsarkhospice.org.uk



Chickenshed Theatre 

 


 

The Fontliners Book Club

meets once a month in the Winchmore

 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 READ OUR 2019 NEWSLETTER

 

The Highlands Village Book Group

invites new members

 contact Kate on 07944 756757

 
Winchmore Hill Book Club
 


Grovelands Park
Facebook Group

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Winchmore Hill & Palmers Green Memories 
Facebook Group

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Winchmore Hill Families 
Facebook Group
 


 

N21 Community

NETWORK RAIL REPORTS & DOCUMENTS

on Wednesday, 16 May 2012. Posted in N21 Community, Network Rail

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Click here to access these documents

 

"It is unacceptable that Network Rail is still not fully transparent or accountable to Parliament or the taxpayer. The Department hands Network Rail over £3 billion each year and underwrites debt of over £25 billion and yet maintains the fiction that this is a private sector company. The National Audit Office must be allowed full audit access as quickly as possible to this organisation which is essentially kept afloat through public funds." The Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MP, Chair of the Committee of Public Accounts 13.3.12




 

Fifty shows with ELODS

on Tuesday, 08 March 2011. Posted in N21 Community

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Fifty shows with ELODS

                            

 

 

 

 

On 22 March Mark Newport will take up the baton for his 50th show with Winchmore Hill based amateur theatre group ELODS, conducting Thoroughly Modern Millie.  The show will run from 22-26 March at the Wyllyotts Theatre in Potters Bar. 


Mark’s 26 year personal commitment to ELODS is mirrored in his professional life where he’s spent nearly 20 years working on the hit musical Les Miserables.  In that time he’s had a variety of jobs including conducting the show on tour and a spell as Associate Musical Director at the Queen’s Theatre, the show’s West End home.  He’s been involved in several community activities for Les Miserables, including concerts of the show, master classes, TV competitions and school productions as well as regular rehearsals for cast changes and understudies.  And he’s also worked on a string of other hit musicals, including Sunset Boulevard, Phantom of the Opera, Starlight Express, Cats and Chicago.  


Performing so many different musicals with ELODS means that every six months Mark has to learn a new score and coach principals and chorus members through the songs.  He also has to recruit an orchestra of professional musicians to play for the week the show is running.  But Mark thrives on this constant challenge. 


“The cast will rehearse with me for months before each show” Mark says about his rehearsal schedule.  “But the musicians only join us the week the show goes on.  That makes the two days before our opening night pretty intensive, but also great fun as the orchestra learn their parts and the cast get used to singing with them.  Their professionalism always shows through, and they always pull off a great performance”. 


For Mark, it has always been important to work with his local community.   He has taken his enthusiasm for music making into teaching in primary and junior schools, college, University and some of the country’s top drama schools.  In November last year Mark organised a concert at his local school in aid of Children in Need.  In typical style, he drafted in soloists from Les Mis as well as from ELODS to sing with the school choir.  For all involved it was a fun and very special day.  He has also used his West End contacts to bring the Resident Director of Les Miserables to North London for a master class in musical theatre with ELODS.  


“It’s surprising how many of the same basic ideas and techniques can be used throughout”, Mark said about his professional work and his role with ELODS.  “Les Miserables has given me lots of experiences that hopefully I can pass on to ELODS, but equally I have learned things at ELODS which have helped me in my West End career.” 

 

 

 

Fancy a role in the next ELODS production? Could you help out with make up, lighting or props?

 

Get in touch with ELODS

 

 www.elods.org.uk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Felix Project: Good Food For Good Causes - can you help?

on Friday, 26 July 2019. Posted in N21 Community

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The Felix Project: Good Food For Good Causes - can you help?

26.7p8          The Felix Project rescues good food that would otherwise go to waste and delivers it free

          to people in London who struggle to afford good food. This year, The Felix Project will deliver

          2,000 tonnes of food to charities and primary schools, which is enough food for almost five

          million meals.

 

         More than eight million people in the UK struggle to afford to eat every day, while our food 

         industry generates 100,000 tonnes of edible food waste each year.

 

         That's where The Felix Project comes in, collecting good, nutritious food that suppliers cannot sell.

         The food includes a high proportion of fresh fruit and vegetables, baked goods, salads, meat and

         fish.

 

The Felix Project delivers food to more than 280 London frontline charities and primary schools who provide support for nearly 100,000 people. These charities look after elderly, children and families, homeless, those suffering from mental health issues, youth and asylum seekers and refugees. The food given to primary schools is distributed to children and their families.

 

"For people who are down on their luck and at the lowest ebb of their lives, make no mistake, Felix is a godsend.

And not just for their stomachs, for their state of mind."

 

The Felix Project makes a weekly delivery of surplus food to primary schools which teach children from some of the most deprived families of London. At the end of the school day, a Felix 'market stall' is set up in the playground and pupils and their families are invited to fill a Felix bag with a healthy selection of food. The food supplied to schools during term time continues to reach as many children as possible during the holidays to tackle the problem of 'holiday hunger'.

 

"It's a really lovely way to reach out to those in need in the local community in a way that creates as little stigma as possible. One parent was able to cook for 5 days from one collection."

 

The wonderfully simple approach to redistributing good food for good causes is all done by volunteers. At the heart of The Felix Project is a team of 400 volunteers who collect and deliver food as drivers, driver assistants, cyclists, walkers, and warehouse assistants. Volunteers also help at events, in admin and in most areas of the organisation.

 

The Felix Project set up a depot in Enfield at the end of 2017. Today there are 50 suppliers who donate food to the Enfield depot, and this food is delivered to over 120 charities in the local area. Jo has been volunteering with The Felix Project in Enfield for 6 months. She got involved because she wanted to give back to her local community.

 

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"It's the best thing I've ever done. I've met so many different people, and we always have lots of fun! It's such a good workout, even better than going to the gym!"

 

There are lots of opportunities to get involved with The Felix Project, and they love hearing from people who want to help. If you can spare a few hours, volunteering is a great way to support your local community. You can register your interest at www.thefelixproject.org/volunteer and The Felix Project's volunteer coordinator, Holly will be in touch.

 

https://thefelixproject.org

 

Winchmore Hill: why action is urgently needed

on Thursday, 11 July 2019. Posted in N21 Community, N21 Business Blog

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Winchmore Hill: why action is urgently needed

 

UPDATE

On Saturday 13 July 2019 Cllr Nesil Caliskan agreed to add Winchmore Hill to the Palmers Green Regeneration Programme.

The following mission statement was provided:

 

TOWARDS A COMMUNITY LED VISION & ACTION PLAN

The council will ensure that the borough's town centres are vibrant, vital and valued, being successful in social and economic terms. Town centres act as community focused hubs and destinations through their distinct character, offer and connectivity to their surroundings


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In 2016 the Regeneris report 'Economic Impact Assessment of the A105 Corridor Cycle Enfield Scheme'

commissioned by Enfield Council prior to the start of the cycle lane construction reported that:

"The town centre data reflects that Winchmore Hill Broadway is a prosperous town centre"

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Similarly for Winchmore Hill Green Dragon:

"The town centre data reflects that Winchmore Hill Green Dragon is a prosperous town centre:

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Is this still the case in 2019 after the A105 cycle scheme is in operation?

YOU DECIDE

 

  

Winchmore Hill Broadway  


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          Parking and loading bays on the west side of Winchmore Hill Broadway

          have been removed.

 

          This is what pedestrians have to contend with, now that cyclists have been given priority

 

           Customers have been hit coming out of shops by cyclists

 

           A zebra crossing and a central reservation on Winchmore Hill Broadway

          have been removed because the road was too narrow for larger vehicles including buses.

 

          Now fewer people are visiting and fewer people crossing the road, reducing the number of outlets they visit

 

          The local economy has suffered, the butcher, the bakery, coffee shop, Bang & Olufsen showroom,

          a beauty salon, interior design shop, a North London Hospice charity shop, the newsagents all report

          that trading is down

 

 

 

Winchmore Hill Green Dragon

 

This is the parade opposite Watirose. The former Studio Pasta and Bike Boutique premises have been empty for years. Why aren't new tenants interested in these prime sites?

 

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This is the junction at Vicars Moor Lane, with Waitrose on the corner; which has a small car park. The store is also popular with pedestrians.

 

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X marks the spot where there used to be a central reservation.

Now that this has gone people have to walk around 100 metres south to the crossing or 300 metres to the north.

Many people either take a risk or don't bother to cross.

 

 

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IN SUMMARY

 

High streets up and down the country are suffering, as a result of changing customer shopping patterns and the over-expansion of many large multiple chains. However, in general local shopping centres are not subject to these trends as people use them for everyday times, because it is close to where they live; or because they provide important services or have a reputation for good service, so people will seek them out. If you make it less convenient for people to visit, many people will spend their money elsewhere.

 

Before the cycle lanes Winchmore Hill was assessed as a 'prosperous town centre'. Now, footfall is reduced, turnover is down, and there are around 18 units either empty or up for sale.

 

Many premises along the A105 in Winchmore Hill remain empty, as landlords struggle to find replacement tenants in the face of this economic disaster.

 


 

This email has been sent on 10/7/19 to Cllr Guney Dogan, Cabinet Member for Environment, who is now responsible the Cycle Enfield programme:

 

Dear Cllr Dogan

 

Perhaps we could set a time to talk so that I can explain to you the problems and the complexity of the A105 and A1010 cycle lane schemes that you have inherited?

 

In your response to my article in the Enfield Dispatch you implied that I was lying, which I don't take kindly to. It isn't the cycle lanes which are 'illegal' as such but rather the somewhat unorthodox route chosen by Mr David Taylor to construct this scheme. In September 2016, when faced with the need to hold a public inquiry/review of the cycle lane proposals because of the weight of public objections in the A105 statutory consultation, Mr Taylor chose to declare that all the changes to parking and loading along the route, where being made under an Experimental Traffic Order.

ETMOs can't be challenged, as they are temporary, reversible, normally used when sections of road are coned off for works etc. Without reducing the free parking and loading along large stretches of the A105, the scheme could not be constructed, because the carriageway is too narrow.

 

Last summer(July 2018) Mr Taylor declared that the scheme was now finished so that the traffic management orders were now permanent. He seemed to have 'forgotten' that these changes were made under under an Experimental Traffic Management Order until he was 'reminded'. The six month consultation undertaken from December 2018 to last month merely confirms that this is the case. Mr Taylor has now consulted on whether these changes should be made permanent or revert to what they used to be. If this sounds absurd, it is, that a multi million pound highways scheme should be build on a 'temporary basis'.

 

The scheme has had a significant - largely negative impact on the local area, from congestion, a high accident rate, rat running along alternative routes, reduction in pedestrian activity and a downturn of trade, which is threatening the fabric of our local economy. I will send you a quick analysis of this shortly which should alarm you.

 

LBE's own retail snapshot undertaken last year identified that there were problems, here is the report produced for the council.

http://n21online.com/articles//item/winchmore-hill-retail-health-check.html

 

It is gratifying that some action is now starting to happen, with the workshop in Palmers Green this Saturday. Palmers Green and Winchmore Hill were deemed to be thriving local communities in the economic impact evaluation undertaken for the council by Regeneris prior to the start of the project, with few empty shops. Now thee are 17 empty units in Palmers Green, with 18 businesses either empty or up for sale in Winchmore Hill along the A105. Whilst high streets across the country are suffering, such a rapid downturn is way beyond the macro trends.

 

Your consultants Regeneris (2016) did warn that should business turnover fall by more than 7% many would no longer to viable and that it would be a house of cards. Local shopping is predicated on convenience and people spending money in a number of outlets when they are out and about. I would be happy to supply you with the reports and a response to the flawed modelling should you wish to read them. The research concluded that neither Palmers Green or Winchmore Hill would be likely to benefit economically from this scheme, because the spending from people cycling would not counteract the loss of trade through reduction of on street parking and other changes. What was 'wrong' was their failure to identify the scale of the downturn. A cynic might say that the modelling was undertaken to satisfy the requirements of the client. Having spent a career in consultancy this is something I understand.

 

One of the major safety issues which needs to be urgently addressed is that there are key sections of the A105 where pedestrians can't cross because zebra crossings and central reservations have been moved or removed. This is of particular concern on the stretch of road south of Masons Corner, where it is around 400 metres between crossings. There used to be a central reservation close to the Green Dragon, now Waitrose. People are faced with walking hundreds of metres in the wrong direction, crossing the road when they think it is safe (sensory overload because of lots of factors to evaluate) or not cross. Business owners witness dangerous situations on a daily basis, people have been hit, fallen over orcas because they are more concerned about looking in three or more directions for traffic. LBE talk about 'desire lines' - how it is important to provide safe ways for pedestrians to cross the road, from A to B at the most obvious point when it suits the council, not when it suits people actually walking about the area. The scheme has failed TfL's own safety audits.

 

It needs fresh thinking, from you, the leader and the whole cabinet, as the problems being faced on A1010 are the same, perhaps even worse.

 

 


 

11.7p9          Palmers Green, (which has been equally badly affected by the A105 cycle lanes,

          which has around 17 premises currently empty),has been selected as the first town centre

          to take part in a ton centre regeneration programme, led by Enfield Council Leader Cllr Nesil Caliskan.

 

          The workshop, followed by a tour of the area is the starting point of a project to help create community led

          action plans to reinvigorate the borough's high streets.

 

           https://new.enfield.gov.uk/news-and-events/town-tours-to-help-create-visions-for-growth-and-s/

 

 

 

Whilst Winchmore Hill is smaller than the other Enfield town centres - surely Enfield Council should be including it, to address the urgent problems that they have created?

 

The downturn in trade was identified a year ago in research commissioned by Enfield Council, but NO action taken.

 

http://n21online.com/articles//item/winchmore-hill-retail-health-check.html

 

N21 residents please lobby the Council to get the support that our local community needs

 

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Stonard Road Experiment explained

on Monday, 24 June 2019. Posted in N21 Community

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Stonard Road Experiment explained

 

Stonard Road "Point No Entry"

By Robert Taylor DipTE CEng MCIHT MICE


This experimental traffic scheme has recently been installed by Enfield Council.

 

 

21.6p7              it is intended to prevent "rat running" in this road.

              The scheme is of a rather unusual design, but it is certainly not unique.

              At present it consists of two of those much loved black planter boxes (which have

              been removed from other local locations after they failed to reduce through traffic),

              which block off half of the width of Stonard Road.

 

              They are located near the junction with Avondale Road. At this point there are "No Entry"

              signs which prevent vehicles travelling from this junction towards Hoppers Road.

 

              However, the "No Entry" only applies at the actual point where the black plastic boxes are located.

              This means that the rest of Stonard Road, on both sides of these black boxes, is still a two way road.


 

The main effect of this scheme is that it prevents drivers on Green Lanes from using Stonard Road to avoid the delays that they experienced when turning right into Bourne Hill, at the traffic lights at its junction with Green Lanes.

 

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Enfield Council scheme illustration

 

 

What it certainly does not do is to prevent "rat running" by drivers coming down Bourne Hill who want to avoid delays that occur at these traffic lights when turning left turn into Green Lanes. It even makes this "rat run" rather more attractive for them. This is because they are now less likely to meet any vehicles travelling in the opposite direction on Stonard Road.

 

At least one Stonard Road resident has already expressed the view that vehicles travelling towards Green Lanes now seem to be going faster than they did before the "Point No Entry" scheme was installed.

 

Other criticisms have been made about the scheme. One is that a plan, published in the Council's leaflet about the scheme, shows that there would be a blue circular sign on the Avondale Road approach to the junction with Stonard Road telling drivers that they must turn left. But this sign has not been installed.

 

It has also been suggested that, in the interest of achieving consistent signing, there should also be a similar sign telling drivers approaching this junction, on Stonard Road from the Green Lanes direction, that they must turn right.

 

On the Avondale Road approach to the junction with Stonard Road, there is a right turn arrow and a cycle symbol, marked in white on the road surface. These white road markings indicate to cyclists that they can make a right turn from Avondale Road into Stonard Road. But, in order to avoid doing this illegally by ignoring the "No Entry" signs, cyclists need to use the "Cycle Bypass". This just means that they should ride between the two planter boxes. But there are no signs at all telling them to do this.

 

Enfield Council has invited anyone when has any views about this scheme to complete a short survey, closing on 9 December 2019

https://letstalktransport.enfield.gov.uk/stonard-road-point-no-entry


You can request a paper copy of this survey you can order one by phoning 020 8379 4498

 

Alternatively you can submit a formal objection to the Experimental Traffic Order for this scheme being made permanent by e-mailing Enfield Council at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or writing to the Heard of Traffic and Transportation, Civic Centre, Silver Street, Enfield EN1 3XD, quoting reference TG52/1668 EXP - before the closong date.

 

Whilst many are jaundiced by Enfield Council's attitude to objections that it receives from members of the public to traffic schemes, most especially that the Green Lanes (A105) cycle lanes scheme went ahead, with hardly any changes, even though over 1600 written objections were made to this scheme; it is still important that people take the time and trouble to submit their comments.

 

Robert Taylor

The Winchmore: let's end the water crisis

on Monday, 24 June 2019. Posted in N21 Community

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The Winchmore: let's end the water crisis

 

"Many of us have no idea what it's like to be thirsty. We have plenty of water to drink -- even the water in our toilets is clean!

But many people around the world don't have that luxury. Every day, about 1,400 children die from diseases caused by unsafe water and poor sanitation.

But it doesn't have to be that way. There are simple solutions like drilled wells, spring protections and BioSand filters that help provide clean water to communities around the world".

 

A quote from the charity:water page set up by sister and brother Eimear and Mark Walsh of The Winchmore, to support clean water projects.

 

 

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            Here are Eimear and Mark at a charity: water event, launching The Winchmore water campaign.

 

            Let's end the water crisis together

          a £20 donation will provide clean water for one person for life

 

 

 

 

 

The pub gave up serving bottled water (glass and plastic) in November 2018 and installed a Pure Water filtration system in their cellar; with two chilled water pipes running from cellar to bar.

 

Water is now served in beautiful reusable glass bottles, which are £3 cheaper for customers than the previous branded bottles, with free refills.

 

Sales are up 125% since the launch and all the profits go to charity: water. So far the pub has raised £5,000 and and the Walshes expect to donate £7,500 to drill their first well for a community in Africa/ India or Nepal in the next couple of months.

 

Watch this short video of Mark talking about the project

 

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This is not the end of this year's charity targets, Mark will be completing the Three Peaks mountain challenge in 24 hours on 19 July and he also set himself another challenge, cycling across Burma off road in October!

 

Follow Mark's adventures on Facebook 

https://www.facebook.com/thewinchmore/

Have your say on Draft Boundary Commission Ward Boundaries for Grange Park and Winchmore Hill

on Tuesday, 18 June 2019. Posted in N21 Community

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 Have your say on Draft Boundary Commission Ward Boundaries for Grange Park and Winchmore Hill

 CONSULTATION NOW CLOSED

The Local Government Boundaries Commission has published its recommendations for redrawing Enfield's wards. This new pattern of wards is intended to equalise the number of voters per ward and be a better reflection of the interests and identities of local communities.

 

Unlike the recently constituency changes (not yet published), which could result in the abolition of our Enfield Southgate constituency. these draft proposals seem to make sense. 

 

 

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A consultation has been launched which is due to run until 5/8/19; with final recommendations to be be published on 1/10/19.

 

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              Grange ward would be renamed as Grange Park, radiating out from Grange Park station.

 

              Under these proposals, the ward would have two councillors (currently three),

              serving an electorate which is forecast to rise from 6939 to 7720.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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             Winchmore Hill ward would also lose on councillor; even though the electorate is projected to rise

             from 6788 to 7596.

 

             The ward will no longer encompass the Lakes Estate in Palmers Green, although the residential roads

             north of Fox Lane will be in Winchmore Hill ward, even though they are part of the N13 Palmers Green postcode.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 You can submit comments to us or upload a document by clicking on the 'Have your say' link at the top of the Enfield borough page.

You can also draw your own boundaries and annotate the map by clicking on the button.

 

By email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.;

Or in writing to Review Officer (Enfield), Local Government Boundary Commission for England, 1st Floor, Windsor House, 50 Victoria Street, London, SW1H 0TL.

 

Save Our Scout Field

on Wednesday, 13 February 2019. Posted in N21 Community

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Save Our Scout Field

 

PLANNING APPLICATION RESUBMITTED AND REJECTED



"I just wanted to say a big thank you to the hundreds of people who contacted me concerning the planning application

to turn the Scout Field on Ford's Grove N21 into a car wash.

I am delighted to report that the application was refused yesterday...

but I fear they may try for a third time so I will keep you posted. 

The Scout Leader has applied to have the field made an Asset of Community Value

which will make it much harder to change the use. Fingers crossed".

 Councillor Ian Barnes

4.6.19


On 8 April 2019 a planning application to build a car wash was resubmitted on the Scout Field.


This is despite the fact that the initial application received one of the highest number of objections ever recorded.


The 5th Southgate Scouts would like the local community to submit further objections to this application

on the grounds that this is not vacant space but established community space.


https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PPMTV2JNLPX00


 


 


 

PLANNING APPLICATION WITHDRAWN

 

The 5th Southgate Scouts and local residents would like to thank everyone who rejected this planning application


The field is retained for future generations of young people 

  

The 5th Southgate Scout Group (formerly known as the 163rd North London) celebrated its 100 year anniversary in March 2017.

For more than sixty years the Scout Group have use the Scout Hut and Field, located at the edge of the Paulin Ground, aka Winchmore Hill Sports Club.

 

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Unbeknown to the Scout Group a planning application has been submitted to run a hand car wash on the site, relocating from behind Coffee Break.

 

The application is for the construction of a concrete slab to wash two cars, a paved roundabout on the field for traffic, hardstanding for 4 cars to be parked before/after washing

 

A containerised office and a waste pipe to remove waste water, detergents, chemicals and oil to the street.

 

There are no toilets in the plans

 

There is no lighting in the application dispite the fact that the proposal is to operate from 8am - 7pm, seven days a week

 

THE CLOSING DATE FOR COMMENTS IS 22ND FEBRUARY

 

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PK97KFJNHEP00&activeTab=summary

 

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Read this letter of objection from Group Scout Leader Jayne Poole:

 

5th Southgate Scout Group,

Winchmore Hill URC,

77, Compton Road,

Winchmore Hill,

London. N21

Save Our Scout Field


I write as the Group Scout Leader for the 5th Southgate Scout Group who meet regularly at Winchmore Hill URC in Compton Road. The group also has access to a wonderful area of open space known locally as 'The Scout Field' which forms part of the land owned by The Paulin Trust and incorporates Winchmore Hill Sports Club. We have rented this land for 60+ years..

 

Recently, by way of disgruntled residents of Fords Grove (where the field is situated), it has come to our attention that a person/persons unknown to us have applied to Enfield Council Planning Department to change the use of the field to a hand car wash open 7 days a week from 8am to 7pm 7 days a week. The application is somewhat flawed as it states that the area is 'vacant' and previous use as vacant, which clearly it isn't. The application states that there aren't any protected species or tress on the site, again I would have to dispute this. I know there are tree preservation orders on the site and believe that a bat population may be sited there, apart from the large numbers of wildlife that inhabit the wooded area. There is no water supply or electric on the site, no mention is made of how this would be introduced. It states it does not need to dispose of trade effluent or waste, how can that be correct. Where are the staff amenities going to be located or serviced?

 

I and our group and members strongly object to this change of use. This open space affords our members which range from the age of 5 years to 14 years the opportunity to play games on the site and carry out badge work and being out in the open doing this also enables us to educate them about nature and the need to protect it. They learn to make fires and cook, skills that are transferred to our weekend and week camping expeditions. We have a very dedicated team of volunteers who give up their valuable time to devote to the wellbeing of these children. Our members would be unable to use the site due to various health and safety issues and of course safeguarding issues.

 

The field is also used for the benefit of the local community, we allow other Scout Groups and our local cadets to use this area for parade practice etc. We have a radio ham group that also use it. We hold an annual BBQ in the summer where the children and parents get together and have food, chat and play games, this is always well attended.

 

The field is also used annually for our Fireworks Display which is revered by the local community. We have circa 1300 people in attendance who come together to enjoy the fireworks, hot dogs and a small glass of mulled wine. This is our only fundraiser for the group with any monies raised going back into the group for the wellbeing and valuable youth work in the ward. Without this event to support us it would undoubtedly put us in serious financial difficulty.

 

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We just can't let this happen.

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 https://5thsouthgatescoutgroup.org/

 


 

It is not known where the Sports Club stand on this application, which is positioned right in the centre of the scout field, effectively render the whole site unusable. It is believed that there is a covenant on the site which precludes it from being used for commercial rather than community purposes.

 

Both the 5th Southgate Scouts and residents in Fords Grove are asking people to lodge an objection. Possible grounds for objection:

       

The application shows it as a vacant site (which it isn't).

 

Poor visibility for vehicles exiting from the site,  near the hump bridge with poor visibility)

 

Loss of community space.

 

Check out who is building what near you 2019

on Saturday, 02 February 2019. Posted in N21 Community

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Check out who is building what near you 2019

 

 

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Using n21online planning page, you can check out all the new planning applications submitted during 2019 in the N21 postcode.

 

2018 planning applications can be viewed here


AUGUST


45 Broadfields Avenue London N21 1AG

Ref. No: 19/02821/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.890m deep x 4.000m high (3.000m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PW4DDIJN05300&activeTab=summary

 

157 Green Dragon Lane London N21 1EN

Ref. No: 19/02734/HOU

Installation of front entrance gates.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVK9R8JNINQ00&activeTab=summary

 

25 Hoppers Road London N21 3LN

Ref. No: 19/02810/TPO

Works to Oak tree covered by LBE ORDER NO 115 (1981) - fell to ground level.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVYQRVJNIYF00&activeTab=summary

 

28 The Birches London N21 1NL

Ref. No: 19/02794/HOU

Basement extension with rear court.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVWVE7JNIWC00&activeTab=summary

 

15 Bush Hill Road London N21 2DR

Ref. No: 19/02784/HOU

Demolition of existing shed and garage and erection of outbuilding at rear.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVTUY0JNIUB00&activeTab=summary

 

110 Bush Hill London N21 2BS

Ref. No: 19/02777/FUL

Redevelopment of site and erection of 8 self contained flats comprising (4 x 2 bed and 4 x 2 bed) with associated amenity space, landscaping and parking.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVTKZ7JNITN00&activeTab=summary

 

18 Halstead Gardens London N21 3DX

Ref. No: 19/02780/CEA

Erection of front boundary wall with sliding gate and construction of hard standing in connection with vehicular access.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVTMDJJNITT00&activeTab=summary

 

Capitol House 794 Green Lanes London N21 2SH

Ref. No: 19/02774/CND

Details pursuant to reference 17/01864/FUL: contamination method statement (18), for redevelopment of site involving demolition of existing building to provide a part 6-part 7 storey block of 91 residential units comprising (49 x 1 bed, 32 x 2 bed and 10 x 3 beds involving balconies together with parking at basement level, landscaping, private and communal amenity space.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVTBPVJNIT600&activeTab=summary

 

36 Hillfield Park London N21 3QH

Ref. No: 19/02770/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 3.6m high (2.9m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVRPH0JN05300&activeTab=summary

 

43 Beverley Close London N21 3JB

Ref. No: 19/02758/FUL

Sub-division of site and erection of a 2-storey property comprising 2 x 1-bed self-contained flats with associated parking and cycle parking.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVR75PJNIQY00&activeTab=summary

 

5 Oxford Gardens London N21 2AN

Ref. No: 19/02760/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVR776JNIR200&activeTab=summary

 

1A Bazile Road London N21 1HD

Ref. No: 19/02728/FUL

Redevelopment property to create a 2-storey, 4-bed single family dwelling, with alterations to dropped kerb, including retention of sections of existing building.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVIIGFJNIM900&activeTab=summary

 

74 Broad Walk London N21 3BX

Ref. No: 19/02703/CEA

Detached outbuilding at rear incorporating swimming pool.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVGIRTJNIJI00&activeTab=summary

 

25F Highfield Road N21 3HD

Ref. No: 19/02659/CEU

Use of property as two self-contained flats for over 4 years.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PV6TSKJNIDE00&activeTab=summary


JULY


77 Farm Road London N21 3HR

Ref. No: 19/02737/CND

Details pursuant to reference 16/02859/FUL: Energy Performance Certificate (7), for subdivision of site and erection of 1 x 3-bed single family dwelling

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVKDFSJNINZ00&activeTab=summary

 

4 Hartland Close London N21 2BG

Ref. No: 19/02694/HOU

First floor rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PVEHRHJNIHL00&;activeTab=summary

 

36 Berkeley Gardens London N21 2BA

Ref. No: 19/02599/FUL

Conversion of single family dwelling house into 1 x 3-bed + 1 x 1 bed flat with front entrance porch.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUVW6PJNI6A00&activeTab=summary

 

11 Eversley Crescent London N21 1EL

Ref. No: 19/02358/HOU

Single storey rear extension including front and rear dormers, additional windows to front gable and construction of car port and alterations to front garden arch.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTRTWUJNHCL00&activeTab=summary

 

81 Macleod Road London N21 1SW

Ref. No: 19/02673/HOU

Two-storey side and rear extensions with alterations to fenestrations.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PV8OGWJNIF400&activeTab=summary


153 Firs Lane London N21 3HY

Ref. No: 19/02654/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5m deep x 2.9m high (2.7m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PV5BOTJN05300&activeTab=summary

 

2 Brackendale London N21 3DG

Ref. No: 19/02634/HOU

Conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PV34J1JNIA600&activeTab=summary

 

109 Vera Avenue London N21 1RN

Ref. No: 19/02644/HOU

Single storey rear extension with lantern roof light.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PV3GXUJN09400&activeTab=summary

 

18 Farm Road London N21 3JA

Ref. No: 19/02625/PRH

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PV1PQ2JN01900&activeTab=summary

 

3 Church Hill London N21 1LS

Ref. No: 19/02620/CEA

Two storey rear extension, rear dormer, front porch, conversion of garage into gym/workshop and new hardstanding.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PV1CNTJNI8I00&activeTab=summary

 

126 Barrowell Green London N21 3AX

Ref. No: 19/02600/FUL

Conversion of single family dwellinghouse into 2 x 2-bed self-contained flats (RETROSPECTIVE).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUVZ1VJNI6G00&activeTab=summary

 

90 Green Dragon Lane London N21 2LH

Ref. No: 19/02563/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUS3RJJNI2800&activeTab=summary

 

52 Hoodcote Gardens London N21 2NE

Ref. No: 19/02575/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUS3RJJNI2800&activeTab=summary

 

54 Woodberry Avenue London N21 3LD

Ref. No: 19/02582/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5m deep x 3.9m high (2.8m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUTYY5JN01900&activeTab=summary

 

248 Winchmore Hill Road London N21 1QR

Ref. No: 19/02587/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.5m deep x 3.3m high (3.0m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUU9GVJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

35 The Spinney London N21 1LL

Ref. No: 19/02580/HOU

Single storey rear extension and replacement garage at side.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUTV53JNI4500&activeTab=summary

 

3 Radcliffe Road London N21 2SD

Ref. No: 19/02558/HOU

Detached outbuilding at rear.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUQVEGJNI1J00&activeTab=summary

 

5 Fernleigh Road London N21 3AN

Ref. No: 19/02531/HOU

Enlargement of existing single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUOIXZJNHYF00&activeTab=summary

 

11 Viga Road London N21 1HH

Ref. No: 19/02532/HOU

Front entrance porch, single storey rear extension together with 1st floor side extension and rear dormers with front and side rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUOJOCJNHYI00&activeTab=summary

 

43 Willow Walk London N21 1NG

Ref. No: 19/02525/CND

Details submitted pursuant to ref: 19/00762/HOU comprising privacy screen (3) in respect of rear garden decking with privacy screens and associated landscaping.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUOB4EJNHXS00&activeTab=summary

 

220 Winchmore Hill Road London N21 1QR

Ref. No: 19/02552/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3.97m deep x 3.17m high (2.95m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUQIVRJN05300&activeTab=summary

 

1 The Orchard London N21 2DN

Ref. No: 19/02480/HOU

Rear dormer with patio doors, juliet balcony and rooflights to front and side.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUFAZ1JN09800&activeTab=summary

 

28 Drayton Gardens London N21 2NS

Ref. No: 19/02450/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUD75PJNHPW00&activeTab=summary

 

92 Vicars Moor Lane London N21 1BN

Ref. No: 19/02425/HOU

Two-storey side extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PU47T0JNHL600&activeTab=summary

 

111 The Chine London N21 2EG

Ref. No: 19/02000/HOU

Construction of hard standing together with installation of new front door, new ramps and steps to form access to the main house.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSDMOGJNG9D00&activeTab=summary

 

92 Barrowell Green London N21 3AY

Ref. No: 19/01979/FUL

Demolition of garage and erection of a 2-storey, 2-bed semi-detached dwelling.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSBA7LJNG6G00&activeTab=summary

 

124 Old Park Ridings London N21 2EP

Ref. No: 19/01910/FUL

Sub-division of site and erection of a 2-storey block of 3x self-contained flats comprising 1 x 2-bed and 2 x 3-bed, together with conversion of a single family dwellinghouse to provide 3x self-contained flats comprising 1 x 2-bed and 2 x 3-bed with associated parking. 

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRY5SWJNFWY00&activeTab=summary

 

6 Arlow Road London N21 3JU

Ref. No: 19/02379/PRH

Single storey 2.6m rear extension to existing 4.0m extension totalling 6.6m deep x 4m high (3m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTYG8IJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

5 Langham Gardens London N21 1DP

Ref. No: 19/02453/HOU

Single storey rear and front extension together with front entrance porch and 1st floor side extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUD9ZEJNHQ400&activeTab=summary

 

47 Eversley Park Road London N21 1JJ

Ref. No: 19/02435/HOU

Construction of hard standing in connection with vehicular access and installation of electrical car charging unit.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PUBCILJNHNW00&activeTab=summary

 

40 Beverley Close London N21 3JB

Ref. No: 19/02151/FUL

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSZSH7JNGPT00&activeTab=summary

 

22 Hyde Park Avenue London N21 2PP

Ref. No: 19/02417/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3.800m deep x 3.500m high (2.900m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PU2K1DJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

931 Green Lanes London N21 2PB

Ref. No: 19/02391/CEA

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTYXT5JNHG400&activeTab=summary


1 Park View London N21 1QS

Ref. No: 19/02359/HOU

Part single, part 2-storey side and rear extension together with rear dormer and rooflights to front and side.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTSTTGJNHCS00&activeTab=summary

 

72 Ridge Avenue London N21 2AU

Ref. No: 19/02240/CEA

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTE0HWJNH0G00&activeTab=summary

 

JUNE


Capitol House 794 794 Green Lanes Winchmore Hill London Enfield N21 2QN

Ref. No: 19/02362/CND

Details submitted pursuant to ref: 17/01864/FUL comprising existing and proposed ground levels (6) and construction methodology plan (13) in respect of redevelopment of site involving demolition of existing building to provide a part 6-part 7 storey block of 91 residential units comprising (49 x 1 bed, 32 x 2 bed and 10 x 3 beds involving balconies together with parking at basement level, landscaping, private and communal amenity space.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTT07BJNHD500&activeTab=summary

 

8 Stone Hall Road London N21 1LP

Ref. No: 19/02338/HOU

First floor side extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTQZ4WJNHAL00&activeTab=summary

 

5 Yew Tree Close London N21 1HY

Ref. No: 19/02351/PRH

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTRH0YJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

42 Wades Hill London N21 1BG

Ref. No: 19/02197/HOU

Rear dormer with patio doors, Juliette balcony and front rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PT3PQZJNGUG00&activeTab=summary


3 The Spinney London N21 1LL

Ref. No: 19/02296/PRH Single storey rear extension 3.7m deep x 3.9m high (3m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTLI92JN01900&activeTab=summary

 

26 Carpenter Gardens London N21 3HJ

Ref. No: 19/02279/PRH

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTGBD6JN01900&activeTab=summary

 

27 Broad Walk London N21 3BU

Ref. No: 19/02259/TPO

Works to various oak trees covered by LBE ORDER NO 1 1966 - 7 x oak trees - thin by 20%, 1 x oak tree - 2.5m crown reduction, 1 x oak tree - fell to ground level.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTEICJJNH1R00&activeTab=summary

 

17 Laidlaw Drive London N21 1SS

Ref. No: 19/02248/HOU

Rear dormer with front rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PTE89YJNH0V00&activeTab=summary

 

27 Eversley Crescent London N21 1EL

Ref. No: 19/02200/CND

Details submitted pursuant to reference 18/04771/FUL comprising external finishing materials (03), surfacing materials (04), ground levels (05), site boundary (06), landscaping (09), refuse storage (10), cycle storage (11), energy statement (12), SUDS (14) in respect of redevelopment of site and erection of 5-bed dwelling house with an integral garage and basement.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PT8GIAJNGUT00&activeTab=summary

 

6 The Spinney London N21 1LH

Ref. No: 19/02207/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3m and 4.035 and 5.055 deep x 3.25m high (3m high to eaves

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PT8NZ5JN01900&activeTab=summary


20 Hadley Way London N21 1AN

Ref. No: 19/02174/HOU

Relocation of staircase to rear of patio involving extension to existing patio and raising of existing fencing (Retrospective).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PT1L4ZJNGS200&activeTab=summary

 

44 Woodberry Avenue London N21 3LD

Ref. No: 19/02167/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.68m deep x 3m high (2.93m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PT1A9HJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

112 Woodberry Avenue London N21 3LB

Ref. No: 19/02169/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PT1BTIJNGRF00&activeTab=summary

 

23 Elsiedene Road London N21 2RN

Ref. No: 19/02147/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.45m deep x 4m high (3m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSZLQQJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

Curie Lodge 86 Pennington Drive London N21 1TQ

Ref. No: 19/02129/CND

Details submitted to 14/04976/FUL for Enclosure (2) in relation to the demolition of existing building and erection of 9 self-contained flats within a 2-storey building, (2 x 1-bed, 7 x 2-bed) with accommodation in roof space and dormer windows.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSXLPGJNGN000&activeTab=summary

 

8 Woodberry Avenue London N21 3LD

Ref. No: 19/02132/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSXN5NJNGN800&activeTab=summary

 

19 Broad Walk London N21 3DA

Ref. No: 19/02115/CND

Details submitted to 15/05723/FUL for Planting (6) in relation to Demolition of the existing buildings and erection of two detached dwelling houses comprising 1 x 2-storey 3- bed dwelling with accommodation in roof space and 1x 2-storey 11-bed single family dwelling with basement with swimming pool, accommodation in roof space and integral garage, associated parking to front and landscaping.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSVQEHJNGL800&activeTab=summary

 

91 Woodland Way London N21 3PY

Ref. No: 19/02111/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 3.350m high (3m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSVL9MJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

15 Maxim Road London N21 1EY

Ref. No: 19/02100/HOU

Single storey rear/side extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSQKNLJNGJU00&activeTab=summary

 

46 Solna Road London N21 2JE

Ref. No: 19/02044/HOU

Single storey front and rear extension, along with the construction of hard standing in connection with vehicular access.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSL4A4JNGE300&activeTab=summary

 

33 Langham Gardens London N21 1DL

Ref. No: 19/02092/HOU

Installation of retaining wall and raised terrace at rear (RETROSPECTIVE).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSQEX2JNGJC00&activeTab=summary

 

31 Fernleigh Road London N21 3AN

Ref. No: 19/02091/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.7m deep x 3.05m high (2.85m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSQCZUJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

18 Farm Road London N21 3JA

Ref. No: 19/02056/PRH

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSO59PJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

113 Green Dragon Lane London N21 1HE

Ref. No: 19/02030/CEA

Hip to gable roof extension, rear dormer and front rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSKJI1JNGCO00&activeTab=summary

 

236 Winchmore Hill Road London N21 1QR

Ref. No: 19/02037/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4.80m deep x 2.90m high (2.90m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSKTYWJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

107 Wades Hill London N21 1AP

Ref. No: 19/02039/PRH

Single storey rear extension 4m deep x 3.52m high (2.62m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSKYJWJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

1A Cambridge Gardens London N21 2AS

Ref. No: 19/02010/FUL

Conversion of single family dwelling house into 3 x self contained flats (comprising 2 x 1-bed, 1 x 3-bed), with private amenity space, parking and refuse storage.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PSIJ7MJNGAA00&activeTab=summary

 

3 Station Road Winchmore Hill London N21 3SB

Ref. No: 19/01890/CEA

Rear and side dormers with gable end and front rooflight.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRWB69JNFUO00&activeTab=summary

 

24 The Grangeway London N21 2HG

Ref. No: 19/01848/FUL

Change of use from Retail (A1) to restaurant/ takeaway (A3/A5) together with installation of an extractor fan.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRNG09JNFPI00&activeTab=summary

 

2A Green Dragon Lane London N21 2LD

Ref. No: 19/01697/FUL

Part single ,part 2-storey side extension and single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PR54FFJNMY400&activeTab=summary

 

 

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51 Old Park Ridings London N21 2ET

Ref. No: 19/01945/TCA

Fell 1 x leylandii conifer (T5) in the Grange Park Conservation Area. 

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PS5KISJNG0Y00&activeTab=summary


28 Branscombe Gardens London N21 3BN

Ref. No: 19/01951/TPOFell 1 x Oak tree covered by LBE ORDER (NO 1) 1966.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PS7F5UJNG2K00&activeTab=summary

 

12 Holly Hill London N21 1NP

Ref. No: 19/01935/FUL

Installation of pitched roof over existing outbuilding (PART RETROSPECTIVE).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PS04PWJNFZA00&activeTab=summary


3 Compton Terrace Hoppers Road London N21 3NR

Ref. No: 19/01932/NMA

Non-material amendment to 18/01195/HOU to allow increase in size of single storey rear extension by 50mm.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRYRJLJN09800&activeTab=summary

 

29 Firs Park Avenue London N21 2PR

Ref. No: 19/01920/HOU

Replacement of garage door with installation of window to front elevation.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRYF48JNFXN00&activeTab=summary

 

70 Church Hill London N21 1HX

Ref. No: 19/01892/CND

Details submitted pursuant to ref: 17/03539/HOU comprising window details (4) in respect of part single, part 2-storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRWB78JNFUS00&activeTab=summary

 

Blake Court 1 Newsholme Drive London N21 1SQ

Ref. No: 19/01895/FUL

Installation of 2 x CCTV cameras on north and west elevations.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRWJPIJNFVA00&activeTab=summary

 

4 Firs Park Avenue London N21 2PT

Ref. No: 19/01894/CEA

Extension to roof at side to form gable end.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRWE0IJNFV000&activeTab=summary

 

3 Corfield Road London N21 1SF

Ref. No: 19/01866/HOU

First floor side extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRSX7MJNFRS00&activeTab=summary

 

24 The Chine London N21 2EB

Ref. No: 19/01769/HOU

Single storey rear extension, conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation, rear dormer, first floor rear terrace together with installation of windows to all elevations and a door to side elevation

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/searchResultsBack.do?action=back


110-112 Vicars Moor Lane London N21 1BN

Ref. No: 19/01778/HOU

Single storey rear extensions to both properties.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRFVPIJNFGU00&activeTab=summary


28 The Birches London N21 1NL

Ref. No: 19/01740/HOU

First floor rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRA346JNN3400&activeTab=summary

 

71 Woodland Way London N21 3QB

Ref. No: 19/01849/CEAExtension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer and front rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRNJK3JNFPP00&activeTab=summary

 

22 Fernleigh Road London N21 3AL

Ref. No: 19/01868/PRH

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRT59SJN05300&activeTab=summary

 

78 Park Drive London N21 2LS

Ref. No: 19/01840/HOU

Single storey rear extension with roof light and conversion of garage into habitable room involving installation of window to front elevation.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRLSI9JNFO300&activeTab=summary

 

51 Oakwood Crescent London N21 1PA

Details submitted pursuant to ref: 18/01479/FUL comprising SUDs drainage strategy (9) and Energy Statement (10) in respect of erection of a replacement two storey, 5-bed, semi-detached single family dwelling.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRLPMXJNFNR00&activeTab=summary

 

35 Broad Walk London N21 3BU

Ref. No: 19/01834/CEA

Erection of 3 outbuildings at rear.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRLJYQJNFNF00&activeTab=summary

 

18 Penrose House 16 Newsholme Drive London N21 1TW

Ref. No: 19/01816/FUL

Use of roof space as habitable accommodation involving installation of rooflights to south, east and west roof slopes.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRJVU0JNFLP00&activeTab=summary

 

114 Vicars Moor Lane London N21 1BN

Ref. No: 19/01702/HOU

Rear dormer and conversion of part garage into habitable room.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PR56LFJNMYH00&activeTab=summary

 

5 Laburnum Grove London N21 3HT

Ref. No: 19/01696/HOU

Two storey side extension

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PR530OJNMY000&activeTab=summary

 

17 Laidlaw Drive London N21 1SS

Ref. No: 19/01753/CEA

Rear dormer with front rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRADRRJNN4700&activeTab=summary

 

33 Cheyne Walk London N21 1DB

Ref. No: 19/01759/HOU

Single storey rear extension and outbuilding at rear.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRAP8OJNN4X00&activeTab=summary

 

97 Woodberry Avenue London N21 3LG

Ref. No: 19/01751/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3.8m deep x 3m high (2.8m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PRA86OJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

27 Eversley Crescent London N21 1EL

Ref. No: 19/01721/VAR

Variation of reference 18/04771/FUL condition number 02 to allow revised basement layout.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PR88IDJNN0Y00&activeTab=summary

 

1-24 River Bank London N21 2AA

Ref. No: 19/01730/CND

Details submitted pursuant to ref: 18/04450/FUL comprising construction management plan (6), cycle storage (7) and refuse (8) in respect of construction of fourth floor to all blocks totalling 8 x 2 bed self-contained flats with balconies and 3-storey rear extension to provide lift shaft.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PR8MORJNN1U00&activeTab=summary

 

40 Bush Hill Road London N21 2DT

Ref. No: 19/01720/HOU

Part single, part 2-storey front, side and rear extensions.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PR88GWJNN0W00&activeTab=summary

 

110 Wades Hill London N21 1AJ

Ref. No: 19/01710/HOU

Single storey rear and rear/side extension and conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PR6SQ0JNMZN00&activeTab=summary

 

8 Eversley Mount London N21 1JP

Ref. No: 19/01711/HOU

Minor material amendment to ref: 18/03980/HOU to allow new garage door, landscaping of side garden, extension of rear courtyard with installation timber fence, increase in width of steps to main entrance, removal of rear window at first floor and installation of front rooflight.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PR6UVIJNMZS00&activeTab=summary

 

236 Winchmore Hill Road London N21 1QR

Ref. No: 19/01664/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQXZWCJNMUE00&activeTab=summary

 

31 Hoppers Road London N21 3LN

Ref. No: 19/01670/TPO

Works to an oak tree covered by LBE ORDER NO 115 - 3m crown reduction.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PR2OLBJNMUS00&activeTab=summary

 

74 Ridge Road London N21 3EN

Ref. No: 19/01663/CEA

Single storey rear extension and extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer and front rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQXTHRJNMU300&activeTab=summary

 

84 Broad Walk London N21 3BJ

Ref. No: 19/01589/HOU

First floor extension, part single, part two storey side extension, single storey rear extension, increase in the ridge height with roof alterations, front/rear dormers with rooflights and front entrance porch.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQROQQJNMM300&activeTab=summary

 

22 Worlds End Lane London N21 1PP

Ref. No: 19/01588/FUL

Demolition of existing dwellinghouse and erection of a 2-storey, 4-bedroom dwellinghouse involving accomodation in roofspace and associated parking and landscaping.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQRKGTJNMLV00&activeTab=summary

 

1A Eversley Crescent London N21 1EL

Ref. No: 19/01346/FUL

Sub-division of site and erection of a 2-storey, 3-bed detached dwelling house at side.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPNBOHJNLR800&activeTab=summary

 

APRIL


55 Houndsden Road London N21 1LX

Ref. No: 19/01620/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 2.8m high (2.7m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQVC7DJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

7 Firs Park Avenue London N21 2PR

Ref. No: 19/01610/PRH

Single storey 2.74m rear extension to existing 3.26m extension totalling 6m deep x 3m high (3m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQTU8UJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

19 Shrubbery Gardens London N21 2QU

Ref. No: 19/01594/HOU

Single storey rear/side extension with pitched roof.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQRZGQJNMMS00&activeTab=summary

 

95 Park Drive London N21 2LT

Ref. No: 19/01607/PRH

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQTLJUJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

12 The Chine London N21 2EB

Ref. No: 19/01642/TCA

Work to 1 Conifer tree in the Grange Park Conservation Area:- Reduce by 3m.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQX58HJN09800&activeTab=summary

 

17 Old Park Ridings London N21 2EX

Ref. No: 19/01648/TCA

Works to 1 Cotoneaster tree in Grange Park Conservation Area:- Crown reduce by 2.5m.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQXE6KJN09800&activeTab=summary


21 Myddelton Gardens London N21 2PA

Ref. No: 19/01591/HOU

Single storey rear and side extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQRRMTJNMMB00&activeTab=summary

 

132 Wades Hill London N21 1EH

Ref. No: 19/01562/HOU

First floor rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQPPY0JNMJD00&activeTab=summary

 

17 Ridings Avenue London N21 2EL

Ref. No: 19/01572/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQPU3UJNMJX00&activeTab=summary

 

46 Hyde Park Avenue London N21 2PP

Ref. No: 19/01559/HOU

Single storey rear extension with patio steps and garden annex (store/home office) ancillary to the main dwelling.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQPPWQJNMJ700&activeTab=summary

 

1A Bazile Road London N21 1HD

Ref. No: 19/01576/HOU

Creation of a first floor extension, part single, part two storey side extension, alterations to existing front elevation and crown roof with rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQQ1XRJNMKG00&activeTab=summary

 

95 Vicars Moor Lane London N21 1BL

Ref. No: 19/01534/CND

Details submitted pursuant to planning application ref: 18/02191/FUL comprising construction management plan (03), external materials (04), tree protection (07), energy statement (12) and air quality assessment (14) in respect of construction of a 5-bedroom single family dwelling with rooms in loft space.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQIXUOJNMG900&activeTab=summary

 

50 Station Road Winchmore Hill London N21 3RA

Ref. No: 19/01415/FUL

Conversion of single family dwelling house into 2 x 2-bed self-contained flats.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPZY8PJNM0B00&activeTab=summary

 

36 Station Road Winchmore Hill London N21 3RB

Ref. No: 19/01544/FUL

Sub-division and redevelopment of site to erect a two-storey, 3-bed single family dwellinghouse at rear, involving basement level and associated parking and landscaping.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQKFU1JNMHF00&activeTab=summary

 

42 The Chine London N21 2ED

Ref. No: 19/01551/TCA

Fell 1 x Cherry Tree in the Grange Park Conservation Area.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQKSODJNMIB00&activeTab=summary

 

3 Hansen Drive London N21 1SB

Ref. No: 19/01519/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQH11XJN09400&activeTab=summary

 

101 The Chine London N21 2EG

Ref. No: 19/01570/CND

Details submitted to pursuant to planning application ref: 18/04876/FUL for materials (3a and 3b) in relation to replacement windows at front.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQPSJRJN00900&activeTab=summary

 

7 Brookside London N21 1JT

Ref. No: 19/01486/FUL

Vehicular access and hardstanding.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQ775RJNM8400&activeTab=summary

 

107 Wades Hill London N21 1AP

Ref. No: 19/01463/CEA

Rear garden outbuilding.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQ44N5JNM5900&;activeTab=summary

 

76 Green Moor Link London N21 2NP

Ref. No: 19/01433/CEA

Alterations to roof to form gable end with flank window, rear dormer and rooflights to front.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQ1XVFJNM2N00&activeTab=summary

 

164 Hoppers Road Winchmore Hill N21 3JY

Ref. No: 19/01403/CEA

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer, front rooflights and Juliette balcony involving extension of soil pipe at side.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPZSGPJNLZB00&activeTab=summary

 

24 Stratfield Park Close London N21 1BU

Ref. No: 19/01410/HOU

Part single, part two storey rear extension and conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPZSLVJNLZT00&activeTab=summary

 

63 And 65 Langham Gardens London N21 1DL

Ref. No: 19/01453/FUL

Single storey rear extension to both properties.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQ3VH8JN09400&activeTab=summary

 

65 Langham Gardens London N21 1DL

Ref. No: 19/01460/HOU

Single storey side and rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PQ4205JN09400&activeTab=summary

 

62 Vicars Moor Lane London N21 2QH

Ref. No: 19/01319/HOU

Single storey rear extension involving alterations to fenestrations

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPHB75JNLNP00&activeTab=summary

 

126 Wades Hill London N21 1EH

Ref. No: 19/01239/TPO

Works to trees covered by LBE ORDER NO 33 1970:- 1x Oak (T1): Reduce by 2m, 1x Oak (T2): Reduce by 2m and crown lift by 2m.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PP9V84JNLFE00&activeTab=summary

 

3 The Spinney London N21 1LL

Ref. No: 19/01137/CEA

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POXFJ8JNL4S00&activeTab=summary

 

61 Uplands Way London N21 1DU

Ref. No: 19/01401/HOUPart single, part 2-storey side/rear extension. 

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPUWU7JNLYT00&activeTab=summary

 

Land Rear Of 74 Broad Walk London N21 3BX

Ref. No: 19/01400/FUL

Redevelopment of site and erection of 2x two storey 4-bed single family dwelling houses with associated parking and landscaping.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPUTYWJNLYN00&activeTab=summary

 

241 Firs Lane London N21 2PH

Ref. No: 19/01363/HOU

Single storey side and rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPQJ44JNLTN00&activeTab=summary

 

Change of use of land to provide a hand wash car facility 

Land Paulin Ground Fords Grove London N21 3ER

Ref. No: 19/01336/FUL

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPMTV2JNLPX00&activeTab=summary

 

27 Brackendale London N21 3DH

Ref. No: 19/01301/HOU

Part single, part 2-storey rear and single storey front extensions; extension of hipped roof at side and rear dormer with Juliet balcony and front rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPFKU7JNLLZ00&activeTab=summary

 

30 Hoodcote Gardens London N21 2NE

Ref. No: 19/01243/CEA

Part single, part 2-storey rear extension, single storey side extension, rear domer with rooflights to front elevation and replacement garage roof with rooflight.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPA4EGJNLFX00&activeTab=summary

 

151 Green Dragon Lane N21 1EN

Ref. No: 19/01329/FUL

Redevelopment of site and erection of two storey block of 8 self-contained flats, comprising 4 x 2-bed, 4 x 3-bed, involving rooms in roofspace and associated parking and landscaping. 

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPHT4IJNLOY00&activeTab=summary

 

20 Broad Walk London N21 3DB

Ref. No: 19/01314/TPO

Fell 1 Oak tree at rear, covered by Southgate Order No. 1, 1956

 https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPFZURJNLMY00&activeTab=summary

 

699 Green Lanes London N21 3RS

Ref. No: 19/01285/FUL

Demolition of existing buildings and erection of a part 4-storey, part 5-storey building comprising employment floorspace (Use Class B8) with ancillary trade area and showroom at ground floor level and 18 no. residential units above (8 x 1-bed, 8 x 2-bed, 2 x 3-bed); including landscaping, car parking to rear; and associated works.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPE1IKJNLKJ00&activeTab=summary

 

7 Firs Park Avenue London N21 2PR

Ref. No: 19/01297/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3m deep x 3m high (2.9m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPFIRMJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

Oakwood Park Cottages 1 And 2 Willow Walk London N21 1NH

Ref. No: 19/01257/CND

Details submitted pursuant to planning application ref: 17/04327/FUL comprising details of SuDS (22) in respect of redevelopment of site, comprising demolition of existing dwelling houses and erection of 5 x 3 bed detached single family dwellings involving access gates and boundary fencing, construction of new access road, vehicular access,parking, landscaping and amenity space.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPBVH5JNLHV00&activeTab=summary

 

96 Wades Hill London N21 1AJ

Ref. No: 19/01252/CEA

Side dormers with front and rear rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPAF6PJNLGR00&activeTab=summary

 

35 Hyde Park Avenue London N21 2PL

Ref. No: 19/01262/PRH

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPC95WJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

3 Eversley Close London N21 1NY

Ref. No: 19/01191/CEA

Dormer at side with rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PP2O8YJNLAM00&activeTab=summary

 

19B The Grangeway London N21 2HD

Ref. No: 19/00899/TCA

Works to various trees within Grange Park conservation area - 1 x poplar reduce to 6m, 3 x conifer reduce to 4.5m.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNZYO2JNKF500&activeTab=summary

 

MARCH

 

69 Eversley Park Road London N21 1NT

Ref. No: 19/00996/CEA

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POCPGMJNKP900&activeTab=summary

 

Works to 1x Salix matsudana in Grange Park Conservation Area:- Reduce by up to 6m.

3 The Chine London N21 2EA

Ref. No: 19/00907/TCA

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PO0A2PJNKFT00&activeTab=summary

 

94 The Chine London N21 2EH

Ref. No: 19/01025/TCA

Work to trees in Grange Park Conservation Area:- Reduce Cedar by 2m.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POEZSNJNKSD00&activeTab=summary

 

79 Wades Hill London N21 1AU

Ref. No: 19/00993/HOU

Two storey side extension, part single, part 2-storey rear extension and rear dormer with front and side rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POCMMMJNKP100&activeTab=summary

 

26 Old Park Ridings London N21 2EY

Ref. No: 19/01066/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PONRBHJN00900&activeTab=summary

 

3 Station Road Winchmore Hill London N21 3SB

Ref. No: 19/00160/CEA

Rear and side dormers with front rooflight.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PLF1YYJNI8800&activeTab=summary

 

Winchmore Hill Sports Club Paulin Ground Fords Grove London N21 3ER

Ref. No: 18/04484/FUL

Erection of structure over existing cricket nets to provide indoor sports facility. 

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PIHYB3JNG0P00&activeTab=summary

 

18 Elmscott Gardens London N21 2BP

Ref. No: 19/01084/PRH

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POOAWWJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

7 Houndsden Road London N21 1LU

Ref. No: 19/01050/HOU 

First floor front extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POKTU3JNKVB00&activeTab=summary

 

11 Willow Walk London N21 1NG

Ref. No: 19/01047/HOU

Replacement roof to existing rear conservatory.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POKJUTJNKUR00&activeTab=summary

 

43 Broadfields Avenue London N21 1AG

Ref. No: 19/01034/HOU

Construction of front gable roof extension

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POK2Q9JNKTF00&activeTab=summary

 

69 Ringwood Way London N21 2RA

Ref. No: 19/01193/HOU Single storey rear extension, first floor side extension and extension to roof at side, with rear dormer, juliette balcony and front/side rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PP2QEJJNLAT00&activeTab=summary

 

36 Houndsden Road London N21 1LT

Ref. No: 19/00958/CEA

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PO8WNQJNKKT00&activeTab=summary

 

37 Church Hill London N21 1LE

Ref. No: 19/00955/FUL

Part single, part 2-storey side and rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PO7QVBJNKKC00&activeTab=summary

 

32 Hanbury Drive London N21 1SZ

Ref. No: 19/00954/HOU

Single storey rear extension and conversion of garage into habitable room.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PO7PF1JNKK800&activeTab=summary

 

40 Bush Hill Road London N21 2DT

Ref. No: 19/00944/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 3.92m high (3.0m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PO7B1VJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

81 Macleod Road London N21 1SW

Ref. No: 19/00878/HOU

Two storey side and rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNXZPFJNKCN00&activeTab=summary

 

41 The Spinney London N21 1LL

Ref. No: 19/00889/HOU

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNYI95JNKDV00&activeTab=summary

 

3 Viga Road London N21 1HH

Ref. No: 19/00647/HOU

Single storey rear extension, first floor front/side extension, alterations to roof form, front porch extension and alterations to front vehicular and pedestrian access.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PN4H9GJNJNF00&activeTab=summary

 

18 Church Hill London N21 1JA

Ref. No: 19/00649/HOU

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer, front rooflights and Juliette balcony, together with replacement garage.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PN4LK2JNJNP00&activeTab=summary


55 Wades Hill London N21 1BD

Ref. No: 19/00524/HOU

Single storey infil extension at rear/side.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMR79QJNJB500&activeTab=summary

 

Elizabeth Lodge Nursing Home 69 Pennington Drive London N21 1TG

Ref. No: 19/00920/TCA

Works to trees in Highlands Conservation Area:- 1 x Sycamore (T13)- Prune back from pathway to allow clearance of 2.5m in height, 1 x Sycamore (T19)- Prune back from parking bays to allow clearance of up to 3m in height, 1 x Sycamore (T22) - Prune back from parking bays to allow clearance of up to 3m in height, 1 x Oak (T23) - Prune back from parking bays to allow clearance of up to 3m in height, 1 x Elm (T44)- Prune back from gutters and building to allow clearance of up to 2m and 1 x Willow (T61) - Pollard to up 2m in height as tree.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PO1U2DJNKHA00&activeTab=summary

 

3 Leacroft Close London N21 3AW

Ref. No: 19/00891/HOU

Single storey rear extension

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNZN8AJNKEB00&activeTab=summary

 

34 Houndsden Road London N21 1LT

Ref. No: 19/00884/FUL

Minor material amendment to planning application ref: 15/01077/FUL to allow alterations to front porch, roof form, rear dormer, rendering of front and side elevations, car parking arrangements, relocation of bins, roof lights to rear extension and rear patio with deck and wider patio doors (RETROSPECTIVE).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNY9PYJNKDB00&activeTab=summary

 

8 Stone Hall Road London N21 1LP

Ref. No: 19/00888/CEA

Extension of roof to side to form gable end, rear dormer, with rooflights to front and side elevations.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNYHJ8JNKDS00&activeTab=summary

 AND

8 Stone Hall Road London N21 1LP

Ref. No: 19/00887/HOU

Single storey rear extension and alterations to existing garage roof.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNYHILJNKDQ00&activeTab=summary

 

28 Deepdene Court London N21 2NH

Ref. No: 19/00872/FUL

Redevelopment of site and erection of two detached 2-storey 3 bedroom single family dwelling houses.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNXTBKJNKC600&activeTab=summary

 

48 Hoodcote Gardens London N21 2NE

Ref. No: 19/00848/HOU

Creation of a first floor and single storey side/rear extensions.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNVYO3JNK9U00&activeTab=summary

 

933 Green Lanes London N21 2PB

Ref. No: 19/00865/FUL

Change of use of ground floor from office (Class A2) to residential (Class C3), 1 x 1-bed self-contained flat.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNWLKJJNKBC00&activeTab=summary

 

23 Elsiedene Road London N21 2RN

Ref. No: 19/01306/NMA

Non-material amendment to planning application ref: 18/03861/HOU to allow modification of the glazed door/window configuration, and an additional rooflight.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PPFWXNJN05A00&activeTab=summary

 

17 Chaseville Park Road London N21 1PH

Ref. No: 19/01140/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POXLZLJNL5700&activeTab=summary

 

29 Laburnum Grove London N21 3HT

Ref. No: 19/01102/CEA

Rear dormer with juliette balcony and rooflights to front.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POQ4NDJNL1400&activeTab=summary

 

2 Roseneath Avenue

Ref. No: 19/01080/FUL

Extending the staircase at the rear of building (RETROSPECTIVE). Open for comment icon

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=POO6D5JNKYJ00&activeTab=summary

 

76 Vicars Moor Lane London N21 2QH

Ref. No: 19/00902/NMA

Non material amendment to Ref: 17/02886/HOU and 17/02887/LBC to allow to alterations to window and doors arrangements at ground floor rear.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PO05F4JN05A00&activeTab=summary

 

108A Woodberry Avenue London N21 3LB

Ref. No: 19/00871/FUL

Rear dormer with front rooflights and Juliette balcony.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNXSOKJNKC300&activeTab=summary

 

25 Solna Road London N21 2JS

Ref. No: 19/00478/CEA

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMGPAKJNJ5100&activeTab=summary

 

46 Solna Road London N21 2JE

Ref. No: 19/00309/CEA

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer, front rooflights and Juliette balcony, together with single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PLU6PBJNIMU00&activeTab=summary

 

131 Wades Hill London N21 1EQ

Ref. No: 19/00767/CEA

Extension to roof at both sides to form gable end with rear dormer, front rooflights and Juliette balcony. 

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNKYX6JNK1O00&activeTab=summary

 

86 Old Park Ridings London N21 2ES

Ref. No: 19/00747/HOU

Replacement of existing windows and doors to white upvc (RETROSPECTIVE).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNIZECJNJZF00&activeTab=summary

  

19 Broad Walk London N21 3DA

Ref. No: 19/00756/CND

Details submitted pursuant to ref: 15/05723/FUL comprising construction methodology (03), design details and materials (04), surfacing materials (05), landscaping (06), energy statement (11) in respect of demolition of the existing buildings and erection of two detached dwelling houses comprising 1 x 2-storey 3- bed dwelling with accommodation in roof space and 1x 2-storey 11-bed single family dwelling with basement with swimming pool, accommodation in roof space and integral garage, associated parking to front and landscaping.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNJ8I8JNK0400&activeTab=summary


FEBRUARY


2 The Spinney London N21 1LH

Ref. No: 19/00809/CEA

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNOKNQJNK5300&activeTab=summary


61 And 63 Wades Hill London N21 1BD

Ref. No: 19/00741/FUL

Single storey rear extension to both properties.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNHNWAJNJYI00&activeTab=summary

 

43 Willow Walk London N21 1NG

Ref. No: 19/00762/HOU

Rear garden decking with privacy screens and associated landscaping.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNJHQ4JNK0N00&activeTab=summary


18 Ringwood Way London N21 2QY

Ref. No: 19/00744/HOU

Part single, part two storey rear and side extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNIZ90JNJZ900&activeTab=summary

 

14 Devonshire Gardens London N21 2AL

Ref. No: 19/00784/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5.5m deep x 3m high (3m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNLEJHJN01900&activeTab=summary

 

25 Hadley Way London N21 1AL

Ref. No: 19/00759/PRH

Single storey rear extension 6m deep x 3m high (2.8m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNJE1FJN05300&activeTab=summary

 

38 Uplands Way London N21 1DT

Ref. No: 19/00643/FUL

Sub-division of site and erection of a 2-storey, 4-bed detached dwelling and part single, part 2-storey rear extension to existing property along with rear garden outbuilding.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PN45Z5JNJMR00&activeTab=summary

 

14 Chaseville Park Road London N21 1PD

Ref. No: 19/00414/HOU

Part single, part two storey side/rear extension involving replacement garage at side.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PM7KZAJNIYY00&activeTab=summary

 

The Wells 11 Quakers Walk London N21 2DE

Ref. No: 19/00109/FUL

Two storey side extension with pitched roof over and Juliette balcony, together with replacement conservatory at rear and single storey office/storage at side.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PLBCNRJNI3E00&activeTab=summary

 

4 Church Hill London N21 1JB

Ref. No: 19/00755/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3.3m deep x 2.81m high (2.81m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PNJ6RGJN05300&activeTab=summary

 

15 Maxim Road London N21 1EY

Ref. No: 19/00680/CEA

Rear dormer with front/side rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PN8BLGJNJRY00&activeTab=summary

 

11 Landra Gardens London N21 1RS

Ref. No: 19/00678/HOU

Extension to roof at side.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PN88SSJNJRQ00&activeTab=summary

 

The Lodge 82 Bush Hill Road N21 2DZ

Ref. No: 19/00670/HOU

Creation of additional floor at first floor level.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PN7V9AJNJQT00&activeTab=summary

 

3A Wilson Street London N21 1BP

Ref. No: 19/00667/CEA

Change of use of ground floor from retail (Class A1) to accountancy office (Class A2).

 

49 Old Park Ridings London N21 2ET

Ref. No: 19/00613/FUL

Erection of front and side boundary wall with railings, electric sliding gates at front together with hardstanding.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMWWXNJNJIW00&activeTab=summary

 

15 Carpenter Gardens London N21 3HJ

Ref. No: 19/00623/CEA

Single storey rear extension and replacement steps to rear.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMXEO5JNJK200&activeTab=summary

 

2 Roseneath Avenue London N21 3NE

Ref. No: 19/00512/FUL

Outbuilding to rear.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMKAG5JNJ8L00&activeTab=summary

 

25 Solna Road London N21 2JS

Ref. No: 19/00497/HOU

Single storey rear and rear/side extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMJSKBJNJ7K00&activeTab=summary

 

Uplands Court The Green Winchmore Hill London N21 1LD

Ref. No: 18/04600/FUL

Installation of replacement front entrance gates and widening of existing vehicular access.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PIWTD8JN06500&activeTab=summary

 

Land To Rear Of Pumping Station And Adjacent To 62 Carpenter Gardens London N21 3HH

Ref. No: 19/00412/FUL

Erection of a total of 10 single family dwellinghouses comprising 3 x 2-bed houses accessed via Cedars Road and 7 x 4-bed houses on Carpenter Gardens, with associated car parking, access, extension to Cedars Road cul-de-sac and landscaping.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PM7D5QJNIYJ00&activeTab=summary

 

57 Park View London N21 1QS

Ref. No: 19/00584/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5.46m deep x 2.4m high (2.25m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMV842JN05300&activeTab=summary

 

33 Cranleigh Gardens London N21 1DR

Ref. No: 19/00480/HOU

Single storey rear and side extension, with front entrance porch, involving extension of roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer, juliet balcony and front roof lights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PMGPZWJNJ5600


6 The Spinney London N21 1LH

Ref. No: 19/00464/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5.04m deep x 3.25m high (3m high to eaves) and single storey rear extension 4.95m deep x 3.25m high (3m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMG95RJN05300&activeTab=summary


39 Hillfield Park London N21 3QJ

Ref. No: 19/00449/CEA

Extension of roof to side to form gable end, rear dormer with juliette balcony and rooflights to front.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMEO8OJNJ2E00&activeTab=summary

 

82 Old Park Ridings London N21 2ES

Ref. No: 19/00516/CND

Details submitted pursuant to ref: 18/03042/FUL comprising rear amenity details (6) in respect of conversion of single family dwellinghouse into 3 self-contained flats, comrpising 2 x 3-bed and 1 x 4-bed involving part single, part 2-storey rear extension, installation of pitched roof over side extension and associated parking and refuse storage.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMM1HFJNJA000&activeTab=summary

 

116 Bush Hill London N21 2BS

Ref. No: 19/00518/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMM6EWJNJA900&activeTab=summary


Land At The Rear Of 29-39 Elm Park Road London N21 2HP

Details submitted pursuant to planning application ref: 18/02582/FUL comprising of samples and materials (3), details of refuse storage (4), tree protection (5), details of soft/hard landscaping (6), surfacing materials (8), external lighting (9), site enclosure (10), cycle storage (12), SUDS (13), energy statement (14), construction management plan (15), water consumption (17), contamination (18), detailed drawings (19), landscape strategy (20) and soft landscaping (21) in respect of redevelopment of site by erection of a 3-storey block of 6 self-contained flats (4 x 1-bed, 1 x 2-bed and 1 x 3-bed) with associated amenities and car parking.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMILGTJNJ7500&activeTab=summary


32 Highfield Road London N21 3HL

Ref. No: 19/00488/CEA

Rear dormer with juliette balcony and rooflights to front.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMIA13JNJ6F00&activeTab=summary

 

18 Elmscott Gardens London N21 2BP

Ref. No: 19/00500/PRH

Single storey 1m rear extension to existing 5m extension totalling 6m deep x 4m high (3m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMJUC8JN05300&activeTab=summary

 

42 Wades Hill London N21 1BG

Ref. No: 19/00465/CEA

Rear dormer with juliet balcony and roof lights to front.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMGBSIJNJ4200&activeTab=summary

 

23 Elsiedene Road London N21 2RN

Ref. No: 19/00442/CEA

Rear dormer with Juliet balcony and front rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PME8MYJNJ1I00&activeTab=summary

 

35 The Chine London N21 2EA

Ref. No: 19/00502/CND

Details submitted pursuant to ref: 18/04396/HOU comprising external materials (3) in respect of replacement boundary wall and pathway.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PMJYGIJN06Y00&activeTab=summary


4 Oxford Gardens London N21 2AP

Ref. No: 19/00400/CEA

Rear dormer with front rooflight.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PM5M62JNIWW00

 


JANUARY

 

18 Holly Hill London N21 1NP

Ref. No: 19/00356/CEA

Alterations to roof to form gable end, rear dormer, roof lights to front and single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PM1VBKJNIS800

 

30 Hoodcote Gardens London N21 2NE

Ref. No: 19/00307/CEA

Part single, part two storey rear extension, conversion of garage into habitable room involving alterations to front elevation, single storey infill extension at side, and side/rear dormer with front and rear rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PLU5ZYJNIMP00&activeTab=summary

 

20 Hyde Park Avenue London N21 2PP

Ref. No: 19/00178/CEA

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLFDZAJNI9B00

 

35 The Green Winchmore Hill London N21 1HS

Ref. No: 19/00061/LBC

Installation of gated carriage driveway to front garden and associated alterations to garden wall.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PL114HJNHWW00&activeTab=summary

 

126 Barrowell Green London N21 3AX

Ref. No: 19/00333/PRH

Single storey rear extension 5.9m deep x 2.85m high (2.78m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLVXNOJN05300

 

3 The Spinney London N21 1LL

Ref. No: 19/00336/FUL

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLW5L0JNIPG00

 

6 The Spinney London N21 1LH

Ref. No: 19/00301/PRH

Single storey 5.2m rear extension to existing 0.8m extension totalling 6m deep x 3.2m high (3.2m high to eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLU1OTJN05300

 

144 Wades Hill London N21 1EH

Ref. No: 19/00277/FUL

Redevelopment of site by the erection of a detached 2-storey, 5-bed dwelling house with basement level with swimming pool basement, integral garage, lightwell and balcony at rear.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLS275JNIJK00

 

20 Hyde Park Avenue London N21 2PP

Ref. No: 19/00318/PRH

Single storey rear extension 3.54m deep x 3m high (3m high into the eaves).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLS275JNIJK00

 

Land Between St Paul's Vicarage And 6 Denleigh Gardens Church Hill London N21 1JA

Ref. No: 19/00249/CND

Details submitted pursuant to planning application ref: 16/03819/FUL (Erection of 2-storey 4 bed single family dwelling with associated access, parking, amenity space off Denleigh Gardens and new boundary wall together with creation of a new access and parking for the existing house) in respect of condition 5 (Landscaping)

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PLOQ7IJNIGF00&activeTab=summary

 

46 Solna Road London N21 2JE

Ref. No: 19/00234/HOU

Part single, part 2-storey side and rear extensions, single storey front extension porch and rear dormer with front rooflight.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLOBHEJNIFE00

 

124 Old Park Ridings London N21 2EP

Ref. No: 19/00233/CND

Details submitted pursuant to planning application ref: 16/05960/FUL comprising of SuDS (7) in respect of redevelopment of site including subdivision and erection of a new building containing a 1 x 4 bed dwelling and a new building containing 1 x 2 bed flat and 2 x 3 bed flats with mansard roof and balconies and terraces at rear.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLOBFZJNIFC00

 

157 Hoppers Road London N21 3LP

Ref. No: 19/00168/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLF5GLJNI8L00

 

1 Onslow Gardens London N21 1EA

Ref. No: 19/00004/FUL

Sub-division of site and conversion of property into 1 x 2-bed and 1 x 4-bed single family dwelling houses involving vehicular access.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PKNYRQJNHNL00

 

122 Firs Lane London N21 2PJ

Ref. No: 18/04810/FUL

Conversion of property into 1 x 1-bed and 1 x 3-bed self-contained properties involving part single, part two storey side extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PJQJZ9JNH1L00

 

38 Houndsden Road London N21 1LT

Ref. No: 18/04302/FUL

Redevelopment of site by the erection of 2 x 4-bed semi-detached houses.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=PHRZLUJNFFZ00&activeTab=summary

 

51 Crescent London N21 1PA

Ref. No: 19/00295/NMA

Non-material amendment to planning application ref: 18/01479/FUL to allow installation of solar panels.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLTZWOJN05A00

 

96 Wades Hill London N21 1AJ

Ref. No: 19/00223/HOU

Extension to roof at sides to form gable ends with rear dormer with patio doors, balustrade and front rooflights.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLJFIBJNIEE00

 

5 Griffins Close Winchmore Hill London N21 2EW

Ref. No: 19/00195/HOU

Rear dormer with front and side rooflights, involving additional windows to side and rear elevation.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLH1L4JNIB900

 

17 Houndsden Road London N21 1LU

Ref. No: 19/00127/HOU

Conversion of garage into habitable room involving alteration and extension to front elevation.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLBTS8JNI5000

 

747B Green Lanes London N21 3SA

Ref. No: 19/00119/FUL

Change of use from residential flat (Class C3) to office (Class A2/B1).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLBLTWJNI4B00

 

747 Green Lanes London N21 3SA

Ref. No: 19/00122/CEU

Use of property as law firm (Class A2).

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PLBO00JNI4I00

 

67 Fernleigh Road London N21 3AJ

Ref. No: 19/00085/HOU

Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PL4EZ9JNI0C00

 

32 Hanbury Drive London N21 1SZ

Ref. No: 19/00051/CEA

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PL0CVPJNHVH00

 

101 The Chine London N21 2EG

Ref. No: 18/04876/FUL

Replacement windows at front.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PK11XNJNH8W00

 

18B Eversley Park Road London N21 1JU

Ref. No: 19/00100/FUL Single storey rear extension.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PL62ITJNI1Y00  

 

35 Shrubbery Gardens London N21 2QU

Ref. No: 19/00075/CEA

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

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PL40RQJNHZI00

 

1A Brookside London N21 1JT

Ref. No: 19/00022/TPO

Works to 1x Lime covered by LBE ORDER NO (260) 1999:- Reduce by 2m, 1x Lime covered by LBE ORDER NO (259) 1999:-Reduce by 2m, 1x Lime covered by LBE ORDER NO (259) 1999:- Fell.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PKT6PRJNHRQ00

 

Land Paulin Ground Fords Grove London N21 3ER

Ref. No: 18/04923/FUL

Change of use of land to provide a hand wash car facility.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PK97KFJNHEP00

 

26 The Alders London N21 1AR

Ref. No: 18/04910/CEA

Extension to roof at side to form gable end with rear dormer and front rooflights together with single storey rear extension submitted pursuant to prior approval ref: 18/04141/PRH.

https://planningandbuildingcontrol.enfield.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?activeTab=documents&keyVal=PK3GNOJNHCE00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Has the A105 'Experiment' worked?

on Tuesday, 04 December 2018. Posted in N21 Community

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Has the A105 'Experiment' worked?

 

STOP PRESS: Why has Enfield Council launched a consultation on the A105 Experimental Traffic Management Orders

when they have supposedly already made the traffic management orders permanent?

 

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     Suffering from 'Consultation Fatigue'?

     

      Probably and that is certainly what Enfield Council is hoping. On 13 December 2018 Enfield Council has launched a new consultation

      for the A105 cycle lane scheme.

 

      Having told the world that the traffic management orders were now made and tough, there was nothing you can do about it.

 

      Surprise, surprise it now seems that they have been forced to admit that key elements of the scheme were built utilising

      Experimental Traffic Orders and you have until June 2019 to submit your comments.

 

     

 

17,000 copies of this leaflet were supposed to have been delivered to homes and businesses along the A105 (Green Lanes) and roads in close proximity in the week before Christmas.  In case ution you haven't seen the leaflet, including many people who live in the so-called distribution zone, who can't recall receiving it;  this is what it says:

                     

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       Construction of the Cycle Enfield scheme on the A105 is now complete. However, some elements of the schme are supported by

       experimental management orderss so that we can assess their impact further. consider representations and make amendements

       if necessary.  A six month period has now commenced during which anyone may object to these orders continuing indefinitely.

       In due course, the Council will consider whether the provisions of the experimental traffic orders should be made permanent.

       To read more about the elements supported by experimental traffic orders and to find out how to let us know your views visit

        www.cycleenfield.co.uk/a105eto


       SO WHY NO MENTION THAT THESE EXPERIMENTAL TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT ORDERS

RELATE TO CHANGES IN PARKING AND LOADING?

 




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        The reverse of the leaflet does not provide anymore detail on these very important changes but instead invites you to take part in a 

        CYCLE LANE GUIDED RIDE

        Come and explore Enfield's new cycling infrastructure with our qualified instructors.

        This ride will guide you round the new cycle route and this A105 show you how to make the most of it on your day-to-day journeys                by bike!

        For more information or to book, plase visit www.cycleenfield.co.uk

 

        STRANGE CHOICE OF LOCATION FOR THIS PHOTO AS SOME OF THE BUSINESSES

ON THIS STRETCH OF WINCHMORE HILL BROADWAY HAVE SUFFERED

A SERIOUS LOSS OF INCOME SINCE THE CONSTRUCTION OF THIS CYCLE TRACK

        

 

 

 WHAT IS THIS ALL ABOUT?

 

In 2016 there were more than 1600 objections to the construction of this A105 cycle lane scheme lodged during the Statutory Consultation. Save Our Green Lanes lodged an injunction in the High Court in September 2016 as such a large number of objections should have triggered a public inquiry. However, to avert a public inquiry the presiding judge was told that this scheme was being build using experimental management orders relating to the changes that would be required to parking and loading along the road. It is not possible to challenge changes made under an Experimental Traffic Order, as it is deemed to be temporary and thus reversible. However:

 

Experimental Traffic Management Orders need to be evaluated before they can be made permanent.


In July 2018 David Taylor, Head of Highways at Enfield Council published notices that the traffic management orders for the A105 had been made permanent but seems to have 'forgotten'  that they are experimental. 


After extensive lobbying by Save Our Green Lanes, Enfield Council has now had to backtrack and open this new consultation, which runs for a six month period, until 13/6/19, but it would seem that yet again an attempt is being made to limit engagement.

 

HERE IS A LINK TO THE ONLINE CONSULTATION 


 https://consultations.trafficandtransport.co.uk/traffic-and-transportation/a105-eto/consult_view/


You have to delve deeply into the Cycle Enfield website to find this consultation. 


IS IT NOW TIME FOR A PUBLIC INQUIRY TO FULLY EVALUATE THIS CYCLE LANE SCHEME?


21.2w6          The changes to parking and loading has had a major impact on residents and businesses              along the A105. 

          This is a quote from Transport for London's own Kerbside Loading Guide.


                       Deliveries are vital for a thriving and vibrant local economy.             

                       Without deliveries, there would be no goods to buy in shops;

                       no home deliveries; no food or drinks in bars and  restaurants;

                       offices would have no stationery and waste would pile up.

                       Without local shops and facilities, residents have to travel further

                       for the things they need, increasing the demand for travel on

                       already congested networks.


          This is the same TfL that is refusing to recognise the consequences of its 'Experiment'.


 



An overview of Experimental Traffic Management orders and how they have been mis-used by Enfield Council

 

Experimental adj.: The Oxford Dictionary Definition: "based on untested ideas or techniques and not yet established or finalised."

 

This definition (of a word we are all familiar with) postulates that if something is the subject of an experiment, then it is monitored and then evaluated to determine whether it has been a success or failure.

 

Turn back the clock to to 6 July 2016, when David B Taylor Head of Highways at the London Borough of Enfield posted notification of changes to road traffic acts to be undertaken along the A105 (Green Lanes) in The Gazette, the official journal, in which Road Traffic Acts are logged, which included the following statement:

 

"Waiting & loading restrictions and designated disabled persons parking places will be introduced on an experimental basis

as part of separate proposals at various locations in Green Lanes N13/N21, Ridge Avenue N21, Village Road EN1, Park Avenue EN1 And London Road EN2

(between Ecclesbourne Gardens and Cecil Road"

 

To consult adj.: The Oxford Dictionary Definition: "seek information or advice from (someone, especially an expert or professional)".

 

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What followed was a three week Statutory Consultation over the school holidays (timed to minimise participation?), whereby streets in close proximity to Green Lanes received a leaflet describing the proposed scheme as a project which "is about transforming our high streets and town centres. Its about improving our health. Its about creating safe cycle routes for everyone"

 

More than 1600 people lodged objections to the proposed cycle lane scheme, in particular the changes to parking and loading; because of the impact this would have both on local businesses and people's homes. This was an unprecedentedly high number of objections for a local highways scheme.

 

Local residents were enraged but LBE was not deterred. Instead they had the audacity to authorise the start of building the A105 cycle lane project during this statutory consultation period.

 

READ THE STATUTORY CONSULTATION LEAFLET HERE 

 

As a result of the huge opposition from most residents, businesses and community groups and churches, Save Our Green Lanes, a local campaign group, sought an injunction in the High Court. Save Our Green Lanes (SOGL) were calling for a public inquiry into the viability of the project, in the light of fierce opposition and the somewhat suspect conclusions arising from the Council economic impact modelling, traffic & air quality projections and the lack of consideration of the impact of the proposed changes on the least able, including blue badge holders and those residents with limited mobility who rely on local parking and convenient places to cross the road.

 

The injunction to halt construction was unsuccessful primarily because Mr Taylor, through his barrister informed the Court that as the changes to parking, waiting and loading as a result of the building of the cycle lane scheme was being undertaken under an 'Experimental Traffic Management Order'. This meant that the proposals could not be challenged and even if there was opposition there was no requirement to hold a local public inquiry.

 

The 'Experimental' nature of this scheme had also been explained to councillors by Mr Taylor and recorded in the Minutes of an LBE Council meeting held on the 8th September 2016).

 

David Taylor stated that the waiting and loading restrictions would be introduced on an experimental basis to enable them to be modified in the light of feedback and operational experience. As this is an experimental order there was no requirement to hold a public inquiry".

 

So what exactly is an Experimental Traffic Management Order?

 

Here is an explanation put forward by a highways expert:

"Experimental Traffic Orders (ETOs) are part of the decision-making process and therefore allow us to trial things in a "live" situationand is the key part of the consultation process. In short, rather than the consult then decide approach of the permanent process, the experimental process is the implement and see what people think and gather data on this approach".

 

The law states that Experimental Traffic Management Orders (Section 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984) can only stay in force for eighteen months before the council must decide whether or not to make the changes permanent.

 

It is not possible to lodge a formal objection to an experimental traffic regulation until it comes into force.

 

Once it is in force, objections may be made to the order being made permanent and these must be made within six months of the day that the experimental order comes into force.

 

Now leap forward to July 2018, when most of the construction of the cycle lanes and junctions had been completed. Mr Taylor posted notices in the local press, on lamp posts along the A105, announcing that the Road Traffic Management Orders relating to the A105 cycle lane scheme were to be made permanent.


However, strangely, Mr Taylor seems to have 'forgotten' to mention that an Experimental Traffic Management Orders had been used to push through this deeply unpopular scheme and that there are significant differences in the procedures for making of the Orders for Experimental and Permanent schemes, including the notification to be given to people in the local area.

 

* So where is the evaluation of the A105 cycle lane scheme?

 

* Why haven't people been given the opportunity to say what they think about the 'Experimental scheme'?

 

* Where is the data that should have been systematically gathered to evaluate the 'Experiment'?

 

Key considerations which might need to be evaluated could be the impact of the very many changes to the highways introduced by the council which includes:

 

* Alarming congestion which is now commonplace through the heart of Winchmore Hill and Palmers Green; especially between Bourne Hill and Station Road due to the installation of two new sets of traffic lights, outside Sainsbury's the biggest destination in Winchmore Hill and Palmers Green and also the Station Road and Fords Grove junctions.

 

* Extended bus journey times.

 

* Rat running by drivers to avoid the area.

 

* Poor air quality.

 

* Significant rise in accidents and falls as a result of the cycle lane infrastructure.

 

* An alarming downturn in trade experienced by many local businesses.

 

* Reduced accessibility for emergency services.

 

 

Has the law been broken?


That question has been put to LBE's Director of Law & Governance, Jeremy Chambers, who has failed to answer this question for more than six months.

 

Now the question is "what should we do next?"

Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission

on Thursday, 29 November 2018. Posted in N21 Community

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Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission

 


Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission

 

Do you sometimes think that more new buildings should be of better design?

 

If you do, you will be interested in a recently announced Government initiative, the 'Building Better, Building Beautiful Commission'.

 

The purpose of the Commission is to tackle the challenge of poor-quality design and construction of homes and places across the country, by promoting better design, making the planning system work to support good design, not against it as now. The intention is also to help ensure that new building has popular consent. You can read the draft document using this link 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/building-better-building-beautiful-commission-draft-terms-of-reference

 

Southgate District Civic Trust, the local community group that campaigns to protect and enhance the environment in our local area, is making a call for donations to support Civic Voice, the national body for civic amenity groups, who want to ensure that community groups as well as developers have a voice. Civic Voice needs £5,000 to conduct research and convene meetings before making a submission to the Commission.

 

Individuals can make donations to Civic Voice's work by calling 0121 792 8177 or contacting This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. The Commission will report to the Government by July 2019.

 

Southgate District Civic Trust actively campaigns to protect and improve the built and local heritage. You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter. We welcome new members who can join online at the membership page of our website at www.southgatedistrictcivictrust.org.uk. Join now and get 16 months for the price of 12!

 

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Fernleigh Road Quieter Neighbourhood Scheme - Recommendations

on Wednesday, 19 September 2018. Posted in N21 Community

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Fernleigh Road Quieter Neighbourhood Scheme - Recommendations

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                  Buried in the 'bowels' of the Enfield Council website is a report relating to the Fernleigh Road Area                            Quieter Neighbourhood Scheme statutory consultation. It recommends that the scheme be adopted,                      with the changes outlined in the report. Here is a summary of the report. It is not known whether                            recommendations have been accepted by the Deputy Leader, Daniel Anderson. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

464 consultation responses were received to the consultation, many of whom (29%) were general comments and suggestions relating to the major A105 cycle lane scheme.


The key concerns raised at this 'informal' stage were:

 

  • Lost of parking spaces
  • The roads are already quiet ad the scheme is not therefore necessary;
  • Congestion caused by the proposed point no-entry;
  • Speed of vehicles in roads inside and outside of the proposed Quieter Neighbourhood Area;
  • That the proposals would make life more difficult for residents living within the area; and
  • Issues caused by introduction of the cycle lanes along the A105.

 

The results of the consultation for the two traffic calming options for Fernleigh Road and Woodberry Avenue clearly indicated that the majority of respondents from these roads were against the introduction of planters due to associated loss of parking.

 

A petition was also received from residents of Woodberry Avenue regarding the proposed planters and speed humps in the road. There was a lack of support for using planters as a traffic calming measure.

 

The report recommends that the Quieter Neighbourhood scheme for the Fernleigh Road Area be implemented, including:

  • Introduction of a 20mph zone:
  • Installation of speed humps and speed cushions in Fernleigh Road, Woodberry Avenue and Compton Road; and
  • Trialling of a point no entry feature in Stonard Road to allow for further feedback from residents.
  • The following will NOT be progressed following objections to the proposals;
  • One –way traffic in Eaton Park Road and Meadowcroft Way
  • Area wide road narrowings (wider parking bays); and
  • Banned turns into Radcliffe Road and Ringwood Way.

 

The report author Andrew Ruffell recommends that the necessary traffic management orders be made to bring the scheme into operation, including an experimental traffic management order relating to the point no-entry in Stonard Road. ie: unlike the so-called 'A105 Experimental Traffic Management Order', temporary materials will be used so that the pilot scheme could be reversed.

 

Read the report Note it is the second report.

Enfield In Bloom 2018

on Monday, 17 September 2018. Posted in N21 Community

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Enfield In Bloom 2018

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      Enfield In Bloom had a good response from the N21 area again this year.

      The standard was very good even though the competition was judged in the middle of the heatwave.

      All our gardeners must have worked extremely hard to keep all the plants looking green and healthy.

      Well done to all!

 

Here are our N21 winners

 


GOLD Firs Park Wetlands, The Friends of Firs Farm


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GOLD Woodcroft Wildspace

Woodcroft Wildspace also won Silver for their Sensory Garden and Bronze for their new entrance


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GOLD Grange Park Residents Association, for Flower Bed outside Grange Park Station

 

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GOLD 4th Winchmore Hill Guide Group, for Horse Trough on The Green

 

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GOLD Blake Court, Communal Gardens


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GOLD Homewillow Close, Communal Gardens


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GOLD Mary Macguckin, Best Small Front Garden

 

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Barnabus Court, Silver

Grange Park Primary School, Silver

Philip Hallwood, Large Front Garden, Bronze

Pegasus Court, Bronze

Pegasus Lodge, Bronze

 

 

 

Dennis Lushey

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How Winchmore HIll can use less plastic

on Tuesday, 24 July 2018. Posted in N21 Community

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How Winchmore HIll can use less plastic

 

I am Claire Hill. I have helped to set up 'Winch More Plastic Less'. I am trying to help N21 reduce our use of plastic and in particular single use plastic. You may by now have seen some of our posters around N21.

 

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The local survey we undertook earlier in the year showed that 82% of us who live in Winchmore |Hill are very concerned about plastic in the environment so I hope you will find the following useful. Please follow me on Instagram at #goplasticless or get in touch at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find out more

 

Here are some tips on how we can all reduce our use of plastic


Take a reusable bag for all shopping trips including those quick visits to our local shops.

 

Invest in a pure stainless steel (without an aluminium lining) flask for water. It will keep your water nice and cool all day.

 

Buy a bamboo toothbrush. When you need to change it the old one can go directly into your green waste bin. I can recommend www.georganics.co.uk and prefer the medium to firm bristles as the bristles on natural toothbrushes are generally a bit softer. This company also sell biodegradeable floss and toothpaste in glass jars.

 

Look into investing into a 'Keep Cup' or similar. You can keep this or a flask in your bag and ask the coffee shop you visit to pour your drink into it. Most coffee shop chains offer a discount for this. Pret A Manger offer a 50p discount for bring your own cup. A siginificant saving!

 

Stop buying water in plastic bottles.

 

Look into doorstep milk deliveries. I now get our families organic milk delivered to the door 3 times a week by Micheal Miles Dairy 07572 638 750.

 

Research into a veg box delivery or source fruit and veg from our local farmers market. Most of us feel frustrated at how much packaging we bring home from the supermarket. Remember that we are sending a message about what we want every time we spend our money.

 

If you buy fruit and veg in the supermarket try to buy it loose without the packaging.

 

Take a resuable pot or dish to Peatchey butchers for your purchases to be carried home in. Ask other businesses that you visit if they would agree to do the same.

 

Before purchasing think how has this been made and how will it be disposed of when I am finished with it!

 

Watch out for my blog in September when I will put together some information about recycling.

 

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Let's make London N21 a plastic free postcode