Conservation Areas

There are 22 designated Conservation Areas within the London Borough of Enfield, several of which are located in or adjacent to Palmers Green - in particular, the Lakes Estate Conservation Area, located on both sides of Alderman's Hill

Conservation: Related websites

For more conservation-related resources, see the groups and websites listed in the Conservation Groups category of our Community Directory

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As we reported in October, the National Lottery Heritage Fund has identified Enfield as one of 13 local authority areas that will be prioritised over the next five years. At the same time, Enfield Council put out a call for organisations to propose heritage projects that could qualify for lottery funding. The deadline for submitting ideas has now been extended to 14th February and the council has produced a video (see above). More details on the council website.

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PGC Webmaster posted a reply #5123 16 Jan 2020 00:55

Want to celebrate Enfield’s heritage?

Calling all voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations from Enfield!

The National Lottery Heritage Fund is supporting Enfield Council’s Call for Projects. LBE want to help groups and individuals in Enfield to come forward with projects which investigate and celebrate heritage across the borough. They are hoping that groups who have not run heritage projects before will get involved as well as more experienced groups.

The Council is looking for a broad range of heritage projects; heritage can be anything from the past that you want to pass on to future generations. For more information watch this short video.

To help you with your project idea, LBE is running a special training event on Thursday 30th January, 6pm to 7.30pm. This will take place at Conference Room 1, Dugdale Centre, 39 London Road, Enfield, EN2 6DS. National Heritage Lottery Fund Engagement staff, Selina Papa, Patricia Lichst, and Judith Carruthers, will be leading the session and refreshments will be provided.

The session is your opportunity to find out more and will cover

‘What is heritage’ discussion to help shape your idea
An overview of The National Lottery Heritage Fund’s priorities
A chance to network with colleagues and make connections
A question and answer session
A chance to meet staff from The Fund and put a friendly face to a name!

To book a place, please sign up by e-mailing Judith Carruthers: including your name, organisation and contact number.