Enfield Council’s Regeneration Team has worked in partnership with Richard Fischer; Yuting Cheng; and REACT on a shutter project. The purpose of the project is for local artist, Samantha Schneider, to redesign the shutter of Boundary Hall.
The workshops regarding the project were held on Saturday 20 May 2023 and Tuesday 6 June 2023 outside Boundary Hall. This gave residents the chance to express their views regarding the design.
Based on the feedback provided from residents, Samantha produced an artistic image representing the estate. The final design was printed on Boundary Hall’s shutter on Friday 22 September 2023.
You can view and download our Recruitment Day 2023 leaflet (PDF, 182.1 KB) which contains important details about the upcoming recruitment day taking place on Wednesday 4 October 2023, at Green Towers, Edmonton Green.
Forming part of Enfield Council's transformative regeneration of the Upper Edmonton area, Angel Yard is a collection of 35 workspaces located on the Joyce and Snell's Estate in Angel Edmonton. Units are available to interested parties between the ages of 18-31 years.
Angel Yard is being delivered by Enfield Council in partnership with the Mayor of London's Good Growth Fund and will be operated by enterprise charity Launch It. Construction on Angel Yard (by local firm Sullivan Brothers), is now complete.
The units are starting to be occupied and we are excited to see how the space continues to change over the spring and summer.
If you are interested in a unit, please email email@example.com.
Angel Yard’s official launch party will take place on Saturday 16 September 2023. For more information, view and download Edmonton Events 2023 Programme (PDF, 5761.26 KB).
You can view and download the letter sent to residents regarding the updated planning application PDF, 190.1 KB for the regeneration of Joyce Avenue and Snell's Park estate.
Joyce and Snell's Community Event Day
On Saturday 1 July 2023, residents and the local community were invited to a Community Event Day which took place outside Boundary Hall. The day included:
- delicious Mauritian Food made by the Muslim Cultural Society
- fire truck and the presence of the Fire Brigade Service
- police car and the presence of the Police Service
- Mother Nature Science Project for children
- bouncy castle
- face painting
- free Spurs children's activities session
- special guests - Shrek, Fiona and a Smurf
Pictures from the community event day
Clean Air Route project
The Clean Air Route project launched on 22 of June 2023. The project is located on and around Grove Street, N18 and St. John and St. James Church of England Primary School and is part of a wider regeneration project around Fore Street, Angel Edmonton.
Let's shape Boundary Court
Over the past few months, Okra (the organisation running the consultation), have been speaking to residents and running workshops to look at the future of the former doctors surgery space. We’d like to thank everyone that has been involved, participated in our surveys and supported the work so far. Okra enjoyed meeting so many great people in the local community.
The council is now looking at the options to see what could happen next, how this might fit into wider area plans and how the research can inform future plans in the local area.
In the meantime, we’ve listed a few local organisations who have been involved in the project so far, some who also offer great activities for local residents.
Fore Street For All - Community Interest Company (CIC)
A social enterprise delivering community-led cultural events, celebrating all things local and activating Fore Street with exciting events. Their programme includes workshops, exhibitions, mini festivals and holding activities at the Fore Street Living Room Library. For more information, visit Fore Street For All.
Fore Street Living Room Library
Recently re-opened after a refurbishment, the library on Fore Street now offers a range of cultural and community activities alongside the usual amenities such as books and free to use Wi-Fi and computers. There's lots of information about what’s going on locally and additional advice and guidance services. For more information, visit Enfield libraries.
Joyce and Snells Estate Team at Boundary Hall
The council team run several free activities for local residents, including a community garden, exercise classes, youth activity bus, coffee mornings and more at Boundary Hall and around the estate. You can also speak to Enfield officers about the ongoing regeneration plans for the estate. For more information, see Get involved.
Joyce and Snells Estate Residents Association
A resident led group, meeting to discuss estate-wide matters and issues impacting the local community. Inclusive of all residents, from tenants to leaseholders and homeowners.
Enfield Food Alliance
A collective membership of organisations supporting local people in Enfield around food and cost of living, alongside other resources. Find your local low-cost food pantry, food bank and more support via their website. For more information, visit Enfield Food Alliance.
Bread n Butter CIC
A social enterprise teaching skills around cooking and healthy living, Bread n Butter delivered one of the healthy eating workshops on site. Visit their website and social media to find out more about upcoming workshops in Enfield. For more information, visit Bread n Butter.
Build, Achieve, Support, Empower Edmonton
A community organisation offering a wide range of support, from food-based initiatives such as a low-cost pantry and cooking lessons, through to family support and mentoring. Currently based in Edmonton Green, they supplied healthy curries for our community meal. For more information, visit BASE Edmonton.
Joyce and Snells Food Co-op (Cooperation Town)
A recently started community led initiative on the estate, enabling access to affordable groceries via group bulk purchasing. Run by a resident social group.
You can now book council housing repairs via our web form. This is much easier and quicker than calling us. Appointments can be booked at anytime, 24/7.