The Council wants to ensure that residents can participate meaningfully in the development of their estate and neighbourhood. There are a range of ways residents and the local community can get involved.
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.
June 2021 – GiveMyView Poll
In June, GiveMyView will be going live with another poll to understand more about residents’ attitudes towards the proposed redevelopment of Joyce and Snell’s. To view the poll then please click here
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 being lifted, Enfield Council wants 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.
September-October 2021 – The Ballot
The Council hope to hold the three-week ballot period in early 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.
YOUNG PEOPLE’S PANEL
Young people are the future of the estate – that is why we want to ensure that younger members of the community contribute to the regeneration. The Council has set up of a Young People’s panel for residents aged 11-18 who want to positively influence the future of the estate. If you would like to hear more, get in touch with the Engagement team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES AT BOUNDARY HALL
We want to make the most of Boundary Hall and make it a space which brings the community together through entertainment, education and fun. Whatever activities is may be, we want to support residents to organise and manage events. If you have some ideas get in touch with the Engagement team at email@example.com.
We are currently planning a community garden project designed for Joyce Avenue and Snell’s Park residents. The garden will be located behind Boundary Hall and residents are going to be updated on how they can register their interest once the project is ready.