Enfield RoadWatch Action Group


An important area of Green Belt South of Enfield Road, between Cotswold Way and Lowther Drive is under threat of development. The Land is owned by The London Diocesan Fund which has had an agreement with Fairview New Homes since 2010 to develop this land (subject to planning permission). The site is both Green Belt and an Area of Special Character, as confirmed by Enfield Council in November 2014   Google maps: EN2 7HX

Enfield RoadWatch Action Group aims to protect this Green Belt land and its wildlife. The group keeps residents informed about plans to develop this land and updates them on activities undertaken by the Action Group to deter development from happening.

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Autumn 2016

Enfield RoadWatch is not alone, please visit ‘Our Supporters’ for a list of people and associations that are also concerned and wish to save this green belt land.

Please sign our change.org.uk petition here

Aims of the Action Group:

  • Shared validated intelligence with residents as and when we receive it.
  • Create a communication channel with residents through the development of a user-friendly and functional website and newsletters.
  • Work with community partners/associations and gain their support and advice for our campaign.
  • Protect the land from future development.


The Action group is made up of residents elected to represent the community opposed to any development on the Green Belt Land on Enfield Road. Ian D’Souza is the Chair, Carol Fisk is the Vice Chair.