Enfield is a magnet for businesses and developers. It has all the advantages of an outer London borough: good infrastructure, green spaces, attractive suburban housing, low crime levels, excellent education – and it forms part of the second largest employment corridor in London
With its mix of vibrant town centres boasting quality shops, bars and restaurants nestled amongst over 2,000 hectares of parks and countryside, it’s a borough that offers the benefits of both cosmopolitan and country living. During a period of industrial decline in the UK, Enfield has seen major investment in a number of sectors including logistics, construction, food and drink and the
It is a borough earmarked for significant investment in public transport – presenting an excellent opportunity based on the potential for subsequent growth in land values. Combined with a strong local labour force and our excellent track record of attracting and retaining profitable businesses, including major multinationals, Enfield has much to offer investors of all sizes.
We have some of the world’s best known companies such as Coca-Cola Enterprises Ltd, Warburtons, IKEA and Johnson Matthey in Enfield and as a borough with a strong track record for facilitating development and an excellent recent record of delivery; we’re fast becoming a major engine room of the capital.