Arnos Grove, N11
We are proposing to transform the land adjacent to Arnos Grove Underground station, which boasts one of the most recognisable and cherished of Charles Holden’s station designs. The station was granted Grade II listed status in 1971, and was upgraded to Grade II* in 2011 to reflect the building’s status as an icon of British Modernist architecture. Our proposals look to preserve and enhance the station setting while also providing 162 homes, including 40% affordable housing.
Project Status : Appealed Decision
Planning Inspectorate to validate appeal
Our Proposals at Arnos Grove
We are proposing to deliver 162 homes at Arnos Grove helping to meet the need in Enfield for more quality and affordable rental homes. We are also encouraging active travel by enhancing the stations’ surroundings, including a public square that will make it easier and safer for people to walk and cycle in the area.
suitable for key workers
162 QUALITY HOMES
Ranging from spacious 1 beds to family-sized homes
new public square
Created for the local community to enjoy
NeW flexible commercial space
opening out onto the newly created public space
- May 2019
- June 2019
- November 2019
- November 2019
- January 2020
- May 2020
- January 2021
- June 2021
In May 2019, Connected Living London unveiled Arnos Grove as one of our first-generation sites.
Bowes Library, 19 June 2019
At the earliest opportunity, we opened a dialogue with the local community; we introduced the team, shared our initial thinking and, most importantly, listened to people who know the site well
Garfield Primary School, 06 & 07 November 2019
In November 2019, we hosted a Public Exhibition where people could view and comment on our proposals for the first time. Over 35,000 people were notified, and we spoke to 174 people across the two days which helped us gain valuable insight into Arnos Grove. You can view the exhibition boards here.
Alongside the Public Exhibition, we championed digital consultation to encourage participation making it easier for people to share their ideas. Several local residents responded to our polls and their feedback helped us develop our proposals further.
Following our engagement with local residents, community groups, and local councillors, we collated and reviewed the feedback received. We’ve made the scheme greener, more sustainable and changed the public square design in response to the feedback we received
Enfield Council validated our planning application on 01 May 2020 and invited consultation responses to our submission via its online portal
Enfield’s Planning Committee refused our proposals to deliver 162 well-designed, quality homes including 40% affordable housing.
Following the Planning Committee’s decision in January, we lodged an appeal with the Planning Inspectorate.
New, attractive Station Square will be created to the western entrance, providing a new public space that will be available for anyone to use.
At CLL, sustainable means more than the environment. It’s also about delivering for the local economy, and about designing a scheme with and for the existing community and about improving their quality of life. At Arnos Grove, our commitment to the economic, environmental, and social means we can maximise the positive impacts transforming the car parks will have, such as reducing congestion and improving air quality.
Promotes active travel
Our proposals make it easier and safer for people to walk and cycle
homes designed to reduce energy, water and waste consumption
Greening and landscaping
Protecting existing trees where we can, and replacing any being removed
Home Quality Mark 4 or above
Indicates high standards for running costs, health and wellbeing
Connected Living at Arnos Grove
Our homes at Arnos Grove will be ideally located. They will benefit from being next to the Tube station which is served by the Piccadilly line, and local residents will also be able to take advantage of the excellent bus routes and cycle network in the local area
|Arnos Grove tube station, Arnos Grove, London N11, UK|