In July 2014 Lovell were appointed to develop The Electric Quarter scheme in Ponders End, Enfield. The former Middlesex University site and High Street Frontage in Ponders End scheme will transform the area with new homes alongside new commercial and retail space and the replacement of the library off the High Street and Queensway.
This site is called The Electric Quarter owing to the history of the manufacture Joesph Swan of light bulbs on the site in the Swan Eddison factories and lived locally on Ponders End High Street.
The development will create 167 new homes, commercial and retail space and a replacement library comprising of one, two and three bedroom apartments and three and four bedroom homes over two phases. 115 of the new homes will be for open market sale by Lovell, whilst the remaining 52 homes will be split between affordable and intermediate rent.
Presentation and site tour.
Off Ponders End High Street
|Length of Visit||1 and Half Hours|
|Maximum Group Size||10|
|Register by||March 16, 2018|
Visitors must be aged 18 or over.