As part of its Housing Development and Estate Renewal Improvement Programme the Council has been looking at opportunities on the Joyce Avenue and Snell’s Park Estates. In 2017 the Council appointed HTA Design LLP to study the two estates and to develop ideas for what may be possible with the full involvement of the estates’ residents and stakeholders.
Since the workshops held in 2017, Enfield has taken time to look at the feasibility of the different ideas for Joyce Avenue and Snells Park. This study will allow the Council to get a better understanding of what is needed to improve the immediate area. They are looking at what is possible and what funding is required.
In July 2018, Source Partnership were appointed as the Independent Tenant and Leaseholder Advisor for residents of Joyce Avenue and Snells Park. They have been working with tenants and leaseholders to set up a Residents Steering Group and will be producing regular newsletters.
You can contact Source Partnership on 0800 616 328 or at email@example.com
Enfield Council has continued to work on their regeneration plans for both estates. As you will appreciate this is a large and complex project, both in terms of the design options to be considered, and how the works would progress through different stages or phases. This will require a construction plan that delivers new housing as quickly as possible while allowing residents to live with the least amount of disturbance during this time.
Enfield are also looking at its financial plans which in turn will feed into a business plan for the whole regeneration scheme. We understand that waiting for information is frustrating, but Enfield wants to ensure that any future plans are fully deliverable. They cannot confirm just yet when engagement will restart again; however, we will keep in touch through the newsletter and Steering Group. In the meantime, thank you for your continued patience.
The Steering Group was set up in July and it meets each month. It helps oversee the consultation and ensures that any proposals reflect residents’ aspirations and concerns.
The Steering Group has looked at ideas for a Residents’ Charter and the guidance for holding a ballot. Over the next few months they will look at:
The aim is to have a small group that has representation from across all blocks and streets on Joyce Avenue and Snells Park.
If you would like to register your interest in participating or have any questions, please get in touch by calling 0800 616 328 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can download newsletter Here.
Please check back for future events
Meet at Boundary Hall Community Centre for a brief project introduction. This will be followed by a walkabout session, looking in detail at areas on Joyce Avenue. Following the walkabout, we will return to Boundary Hall where we will map out the findings and have a further discussion.
Meet at Boundary Hall Community Centre for a brief project introduction. This will be followed by a walkabout session, looking in detail at areas at Snell’s Park. Following the walkabout, we will return to Boundary Hall where we will add to our mapping exercise and have a further discussion.
Meet at Boundary Hall Community Centre for a brief project introduction. This will be followed by a walkabout session, looking in detail at areas around Fore Street. Following the walkabout, we will return to Boundary Hall where we will conclude our mapping exercise and have a further discussion.
Join us at Boundary Hall Community Centre for an Ideas Workshop around different themes such as objectives for regeneration, housing, open spaces, parking, the future of the estates and community initiatives.
Join us at Boundary Hall to review three different approaches to the possible regeneration of the estates. Tell us what you like or dislike about the approaches. If you were unable to visit the exhibition, you can see the proposals Here
If you were unable to visit the exhibition, you can see the proposals Here.