Residents of North London’s borough of Enfield are taking to the street to protest against a prospered development on Green Belt land on Wednesday, 9 June, 6.30 pm.
Concerns continue to rise about the threat to Enfield’s Green Belt land, with developers’ proposals to build up to 3,000 new homes at Vicarage Farm.
The planned protest organised by Save Enfiled will be held while a council meeting will take place at 7 pm at Enfield Grammer School.
Save Enfiled said that “…For many of us this area has provided a sanctuary during lockdown, it is the lungs of our homes, a view that makes us smile daily and the reason why we chose to move to our homes. This might be taken away from us.”
The protest will be held in front of Enfield Grammer School on Wednesday night at Market Place, Enfield EN2 6LN.