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London City Hall looks for mixed-use development partner for hospital site at Enfield

A development partner is being sought for a new mixed-use residential led development at a 1.77-hectare site located on the North Middlesex University Hospital site in Upper Edmonton in the London Borough of Enfield. The successful developer will enter a development agreement with Greater London Authority Land and Property (GLAP) to design and deliver new housing, at least 50 per cent of which must be genuinely affordable, as well as a new 3000m2 office space which will be leased to the NHS Trust. City Hall is working closely with the NHS Trust and the local planning authority to ensure that some of these affordable homes are available for key workers. The scheme will be integrated with the wider hospital site, demonstrating how high quality, net zero-carbon homes can be delivered on NHS sites. The selected developer will need to ensure that the design of the new homes and placemaking of the development prioritises the health and wellbeing of residents, addressing the evidence that links poor quality housing conditions with poor health. The Deputy Mayor for Housing and Residential Development, Tom Copley, said: “The Mayor and I are committed to delivering more genuinely affordable homes across the capital and finding new ways to upscale existing spaces to create a better, greener, more prosperous London for all. “I look forward to securing a development partner to transform the North Middlesex University Hospital site into a thriving residential and commercial hub, bringing high quality new affordable homes to the local community as well as an impressive new 3000m2 office space to the NHS Trust.”


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