Meridian Water is a major £6bn, 25-year London regeneration programme led by Enfield Council, bringing 10,000 homes and 6,000 jobs to Enfield, north London, next door to the beautiful Lee Valley Regional Park.

Alongside attractive new homes and fantastic new public spaces and community facilities, the development now has its own brand new railway station, unlocking the area for commuters, with better connections south to Stratford and London Liverpool Street and north to Stansted and Cambridge.

The Council is taking control of the vision for Meridian Water and overseeing its delivery, which is based around three pillars:

The Meridian Water project will aim to provide:

Homes
7kk

Jobs
4kk

Economy
3.1bn

THE VISION

The aspiration of Enfield Council is to create a truly special new piece of the capital – a place with character and edge, where beautiful homes and world class public spaces are enlivened by a rich mix of growing industries in an environment which welcomes surrounding communities.

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WORK

Your place to make and create

Meridian Water will create an economy for makers and creators, delivering thousands of new jobs and opportunities for local people on a scale which will transform the employment base of the Borough.

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LIVE

Park life on your doorstep

Meridian Water will be aligned with the forefront of global sustainable development, based in London with waterside-living, next door to the beautiful Lee Valley Regional Park.

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PLAY

Mixing uses and animating streets

Meridian Water will create a truly mixed-use community for the capital – a place with distinctive character, where attractive homes and world class public spaces are enlivened by a rich mix of growing industries and surrounding communities.

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Experience Meridian Water

Alongside attractive new homes and world class public spaces and community facilities, the development now has its own brand new railway station, unlocking the area for commuters, with better connections south to Stratford and London Liverpool Street and north to Stansted and Cambridge.

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