Enfield Council is seeking a delivery partner to deliver 100% affordable housing as part of the second major housing site at Enfield Council’s flagship £6 billion Meridian Water scheme.
Meridian Water is a £6bn mixed-use regeneration scheme set across 85 hectares of land, providing 10,000 new homes and 6,000 jobs to London.
As previously reported, Meridian Water has faced a turbulent history after it’s master developer Pacific Century Premium Developments Limited sensationally withdrew from the project.
However, the project was ultimately put back on track by Enfield Council after moving away from a master developer last year July.
The council are now seeking to deliver ‘Meridian Two’ as a mixed-use scheme with 100% affordable housing and workspace.
Meridian Two is located approximately 0.2 miles away from the first phase of Meridian Water and the new rail station, and will contain between 200-250 homes on site – the project is aiming for completion by 2022/23.
Enfield Council’s Leader, Cllr Nesil Caliskan, said: “Enfield Council has taken control of the Meridian Water development and the delivery of Meridian Two supports our vision of creating a truly mixed-use community for the capital.
“This latest announcement showcases the public sector at its pioneering best, we are speeding up the delivery of new homes and jobs at Meridian Water and we are continuing to make good progress towards delivering this major £6bn, 20-year regeneration programme which will deliver thousands of homes and jobs to Enfield.
“We want a development partner who shares our passion and who wants to help us deliver this world-class development.”
Images courtesy of Karakusevic Carson Architects.