Meridian Water will be the greenest development in London with waterside-living, next door to the beautiful Lee Valley Regional Park.
Currently best known as the home of Ikea and Tesco, Meridian Water is located in the south of the London Borough of Enfield between Edmonton, Tottenham and Walthamstow.
It sits next door to the beautiful parklands and iconic sports facilities of the 10,000 acre Lee Valley Regional Park, and benefits from the River Lea and the adjacent Pymmes Brook passing right through the site, providing the opportunity for a fantastic waterside living and working environment.
Progress is being made to bring world class open spaces to the area. A new green space is already open for local communities at Ladysmith Park – designed by local residents, groups and schools – with more to come.
The site has excellent road networks as it is bounded by the North Circular Road (A406), A10 and M11. Along with the new Meridian Water train station and super high-speed broadband, communities will be able to connect with the environment on their doorstep and beyond.
The Council will strive for the highest quality of design and environmental sustainability standards throughout the development. The new homes and businesses will be supplied by the Council’s own energy company, energetik, with low carbon heat through a series of community heat networks – reducing their carbon footprint for heating by 60%.