Meridian Water is Enfield Council’s £6bn 25-year regeneration project which will create 10,000 homes including 4,000 affordable homes, to help to ease the London housing crisis and provide homes for local people in Enfield.
Meridian Water will be a place for all; offering a mix of different housing tenures covering the needs of all age groups. Meridian Three will include student accommodation and co-living, ideal for younger age groups. The area will be a desirable and unique place to live with good connectivity by walking, cycling and public transport and combining the natural setting with vibrant filming studios, theatre, events and makers’ spaces.
The residents of Meridian Three will play a key role in the vitality of Meridian Water especially in the initial placemaking phase by generating footfall and activity.
The Meridian Three plot is located within the wider Phase 2 Outline Planning Application, giving outline planning permission for a total of 2,300 homes.
Meridian Three is arranged over three blocks and is identified to provide up to 18,000 sqm gross external area of Purpose-Built Student Accommodation, Large Scale Purpose Built Shared Living (Sui Generis) or hotel accommodation over two blocks, with a third block designated as C3 (general purpose housing) residential for the provision of new homes. The early phases will include a range of occupiers to deliver a vibrant mixed community. Building heights of up to 8 storeys are envisaged with views onto the Salmon and Pymmes Brooks, providing ample open green space and public realm for residents to enjoy