Alongside Labour Mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan MP and Joanne McCartney AM, we visited Dujardin Mews.
The £150m redevelopment of the Alma Estate, is the council’s largest housing estate renewal scheme. It will act as a catalyst for the wider regeneration of Ponders End and boost the profile of Ponders End which is one of the council’s priority areas for investment.
The new development will include homes for private sale, shared ownership and council rented homes for the remaining secure tenants. In addition there will be provision for apprenticeships, other job opportunities as well as a minimum requirement for local labour on the construction of the new development.
The 38 homes in Dujardin Mews is the first part of the Alma Estate regeneration programme and set to open in the summer with homes made available for tenants and leaseholders.
The mews is named after Charlotte Dujardin, who was born in Enfield, who won two golds in the dressage events at London 2012 games.
The properties are the first that Enfield Council has built in more than 30 years.