Enfield Society logo The Enfield Society The Enfield Society promotes the conservation and enhancement of the civic and natural environments of the London Borough of Enfield and its immediate surrounding area, for the public benefit.

Snapshots of our interests and activities

Jubilee Hall
Jubilee Hall, where our meetings are held.
Building under threat: Charity School, Edmonton
Charity School, Edmonton: a historic building under threat.
Picture of people with bags of litter collected
Litter collected by our Cleaner Neighbourhoods Group
Picture of book cover
Our latest publication
The Enfield Book 2017: a young explorer’s guide.
Town Show stand
Our stand at the Enfield Town and Country Show.

Events and notices. For a full listing of walks and talks see our diary page.

The new draft London Plan

The latest edition of Newsforum, the newsletter of The London Forum of Amenity and Civic Societies, contains an article by Peter Eversden, who expresses serious concerns about the plan, querying the environmental costs and how public transport and social infrastructure will be funded, with density limits removed and housebuilding targets raised.

Other articles about the draft plan include the views of suburban organizations and the evidence for the Mayor’s housing strategy.

We are mentioned in the following brief report: After 10 years of campaigning by the Enfield Society, the Rights of Way of three footpaths over Vicarage Farm land, to the north of Enfield Road, have been created – using Section 25 of the Highways Act 1980. The Society collected dozens of written witness statements and co-ordinated many meetings for this work, following on from their Footpath Map produced in 2016, costing £2.50.


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