|Enfield, Greater London, England, United Kingdom|
|latitude: 51.6523, longitude: -0.0838|
|Browse map of Enfield 51°39′08″ N, 0°05′02″ W|
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London Borough of Enfield Boundary map on OpenStreetMap
Alma Road redevelopment
A substantial part of the Alma Road estate, including the four 23 storey tower blocks near Ponders End, will be progressively demolished and replaced by new lower-rise houses. Enfield Council claims the proposed redevelopment has support of 84% of the current residents.
The plan involves demolition of 717 homes and construction of approximately 800 homes, replacement of retail space and construction of a GP centre and gym.
The Dujardin Mews site was hoarded up in Sept 2014 for development.
Currently (Oct 2016) Dujardin Mews is nearing completion but is still fenced off at present. Kestrel House and the adjoining playground is now hoarded up awaiting demolition. A temporary footpath provides access to Ponders End Station.
First demolition is due 2014/15 and annual phases are scheduled to 2019/2020.
Source information: Enfield Council 
Other recent changes in Enfield
August 2014: Galliard Park resurveyed and updated.
September 2014: Added wetlands area in Enfield Town Park and park surveyed.
October 2014: Added Two Brewers Memorial Garden 
October 2014: Added new frontage at Ponders End Park and generally resurveyed.
General To Do in Enfield
There are many missing buildings in Enfield. Any editor that has some time, feel free to draw in outlines visible on bing. Add a fixme tag about anything that needs checking on the ground.
There are even more missing house numbers. If you're walking around Enfield, you can note the house numbers on each corner as you pass.