Enfield Council are currently consulting residents on the regeneration of Joyce Avenue and Snell’s Park culminating in an estate ballot where residents will be given the final say over the future of their estate. This website has been designed to provide accessible information on all aspects of the project so all stakeholders can understand how this may affect their area and how they can participate.
Joyce Avenue and Snell’s Park estate is located in the southernmost part of the Borough in Upper Edmonton and is close to the boundary with Haringey. Fore Street runs parallel to the estate and provides well used local shopping facilities and transport links. Silver Street station to the north and White Hart Lane station to the south allow easy commutes into Enfield and central London.
As restrictions begin to ease, Enfield Council will start to reintroduce face-to-face engagement for the proposed redevelopment of Joyce and Snell’s. The safety of residents will remain a priority so this will be a gradual process and may change in response to government guidance. Below gives an overview of the events and activities planned:
- May – June 2021 – Touring exhibition
This exhibition will be touring the estate, enabling you to come and see us in small groups to read about the proposals and ask us questions.
- July 2021 – One-to-one resident conversations
Providing the restrictions continue to ease, the Council want to hold one-to-one resident meetings to explain what the proposals mean for you. This will include members of the team coming to your door to listen to you or speaking to you at Boundary Hall.
- July-August 2021 – Residents Summer Party
Subject to restrictions, Enfield Council want to host a Summer Party on the Joyce & Snell’s estate. Activities for all ages will be available but we will be sending out more information on this so keep an eye on your post.
- August-September 2021 – Landlord Offer & Ballot Exhibition
The Council hope to hold a face-to-face exhibition at Boundary Hall to discuss the Landlord offer and the ballot. The Landlord offer will lay out the new plans for the estate and explain what each resident will be entitled to. This will be what residents vote on at the ballot.
- October – November 2021 – The Ballot
The Council hope to hold the three-week ballot period in autumn in which residents will determine the future of Joyce and Snell’s. During this period, members of the project will be out on the estate encouraging people to vote and answering any questions.