Enfield Council has launched the ‘Let’s Talk Enfield Town’ project to hear your ideas on how they can improve the area. Through a series of activities and events, Enfield Council will be asking how you currently and how you would like to:
- Spend time in Enfield Town
- Travel to and from Enfield Town
- Travel around Enfield Town
Enfield Council would like the community to shape the future. They want to hear your vision for Enfield Town and ideas for improvements to help create a vibrant and healthy town centre.
In March 2019, Enfield Council was awarded £6 million from the Mayor of London’s Liveable Neighbourhoods programme to help improve Enfield Town.
Let’s Talk Enfield Town invites all members of the Enfield community to participate in a conversation about Enfield Town and create a vision for its future. Following this community engagement programme, Enfield Council will be developing proposals for Enfield Town based on the ideas and comments that they have heard. Once the proposals have been developed there will be opportunities to view them and make further comments.
How to get involved
Enfield Council are running a series of engagement activities to hear your ideas and views which will inform future plans for a vibrant Enfield Town.
Go and visit one of their pop-ups, register for a workshop or complete the survey to have your say on the future of Enfield Town. The deadline for responses to the survey is 18 October 2019.
Register for a community workshop
Enfield Council are holding a series of community workshops to hear your ideas for the future of Enfield Town.
The workshops are designed to gather detailed feedback and ideas through a range of group activities. Each activity will be based around the primary themes of spending time in, travelling to/from, and travelling around Enfield Town.
There are two workshops open to the general community:
6:30pm – 9pm Thursday 10 October at the Dugdale Centre
11.30am – 2pm Saturday 12 October at Enfield Grammar School, Upper Campus (entrance via Wilford Close)