Published: 25th Apr 2019

Enfield Council has chosen Galliford Try Partnerships as its partner to build the first phase of the £6bn Meridian Water scheme. The developer was picked from a shortlist of four, which also included L&Q, Peabody and Redrow. The first phase of 725 homes will be built by 2022 and will be complemented by new public squares, shops and leisure facilities. The new homes will be delivered around the new Meridian Water train station, which is due to open next month and serve up to four million rail passengers a year. Outline planning permission is already in place for the new homes, with construction enabling work having started in January 2017. The original developer Barratt London pulled out of the project in October 2017 after the council refused to sign up to a ‘poor deal for residents’. In July last year, Enfield council announced the regeneration project was ‘back on track’ after taking overall control … (To read the full article, subscribe below)