Enfield’s deepening family housing crisis

In November 2010, Enfield Council adopted its Core Strategy. The Core Strategy is an important document setting out the housing needs for Enfield for the years 2010-2025.   The Core Policies and targets set out in the Core Strategy were based on years of extensive and detailed research and reflect Enfield’s housing needs. There areContinue reading “Enfield’s deepening family housing crisis”

Enfield Housing 2020: Needs Sacrificed for Targets

KEY POINTS: In 2020, the council approved plans for 12 major developments which could deliver more than 5,200 new homes None of these developments met planning standards for: ‘Family Housing’ or ‘Access to green space’ Only 3 developments met planning standards for ‘Affordable Housing’  Many of the homes approved will be too small and willContinue reading “Enfield Housing 2020: Needs Sacrificed for Targets”

Latest housing figures disappointing for Enfield

The latest housing figures for England published yesterday show that: Enfield did not meet housing targets (again) Housing stock in Enfield has only increased by 1.4% since 2016 Enfield is the 2nd worst performing Outer London Borough in terms of increases to housing stock Figures also show that a high proportion of the new homesContinue reading “Latest housing figures disappointing for Enfield”