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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

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

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enfield society article about broomfield house

The start of an article about Broomfield House published in 2018 and now available online, alongside a further 50 or 60 articles on historic buildings.

Each edition of the quarterly newsletter published by the Enfield Society has one or more articles about historic buildings in the borough, many of them written by Stephen Gilburt. Over the years these have built up to form a rich resource for anyone interested in finding out about Enfield's history and heritage, but even though the newsletters are available online there has been no way of easily finding articles of interest. That is, until now. The Society has recently begun republishing the articles in web page format and has created an index on its new website. The index has direct links to the newly republished articles, and also links to PDF versions of the newsletters that they appeared in.

To give you a flavour of what's available, see the list for the first three letters of the alphabet at the bottom of this article.

Membership of the Enfield Society costs a mere £5 a year, for which you'll be able to attend two meetings a month for free, enjoy a regular programme of walks and receive the very informative quarterly newsletter.

Excerpt from the Enfield Heritage Index on the Enfield Society website

A
All Saints Church, Edmonton No. 178
Arnos Grove No. 177
B
Broomfield Conservatory No. 211
Broomfield House No. 211
Bulls Cross No. 201
C
Capel Manor House No. 185
Charles Lamb in Enfield and Edmonton No. 182
Christ Church, Chase Side No. 175
Christ Church, Soughgate No. 179
Church Street, Edmonton No. 195
Churches
All Saints Church, Edmonton No. 178
Christ Church, Chase Side No. 175
Christ Church, Southgate No. 179
Jesus Church, Forty Hill No. 200
St Andrew's Church, Enfield Town No. 189
St John the Baptist, Clay Hill No. 203
St Lukes, Browning Road No. 202
St Stephens, Bush Hill Park No. 207
Clay Hill

Links

Enfield Heritage Index on the Enfield Society website

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