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The architectural practice EPR is consulting on its initial proposals for Palace Square, a shopping and residential development that would replace the existing Palace Gardens shopping centre. At its heart would be a 26-storey tower. Consultation runs until 30th October and there will be online events on 15th and 26th October.

"The new Palace Square would act as the heart from which new cafes, restaurants, co-working spaces, shops, a gym and boutique cinema would be accessed. The dining facilities and shops will open into the early evening, providing people coming to the centre of Enfield with places to go after 6pm."

Following an analysis of the results of the consultation, in December the developers will be be consulting with the Enfield community to show how the initial proposals have evolved. It is the intention to submit a planning application to Enfield Council in early 2021.

You can meet the project team behind the initial Palace Square masterplan and get the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have at these two Zoom webinars (registration essential):

  • October 15th, 18:00 To register, please click here
  • October 26th, 18:00 To register, please click here

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PGC Webmaster posted a reply #5642 14 Oct 2020 22:35

There's more about the proposed development on the Enfield Dispatch website . It seems that Palace Square (the green buildings on the drawing) will only replace Palace Gardens, the older of the two adjacent shopping centres. The drawing shows Palace Exchange, shown in white, remaining in its present form.