Clean Air Route

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Enfield Council are developing a series of interventions on and around Grove Street N18 and St. John & St. James’ Church of England Primary School as part of a wider regeneration project around Fore Street, Angel Edmonton. The project is funded by the Greater London Authority (GLA) through the Good Growth Fund (GGF). The proposed interventions aim to deliver the following:

  • Improved air quality outside the St. John & St. James’ Church of England Primary School gates;
  • Improved road safety;
  • Contribution towards an increase of physical activity levels;
  • Enhanced public realm;
  • Improved access to the proposed affordable workspaces at the Grove Street garage yard site;
  • An educational campaign to encourage walking and cycling to school.

The interventions we are exploring feature:

  • A school street on Grove Street outside St. John & St. James’ Primary School to remove motor traffic from the school gates on either a permanent basis, or during school opening and closing times.
  • An active travel route between the junction of Grove Street with Fore Street and the railway overbridge at Joyce Avenue to improve accessibility and connectivity of the active travel network and provide an opportunity for a potential future connection with Silver Street Overground station in the North, Meridian Water in the East, and North Middlesex Hospital in the West.
  • Social infrastructure and place making on Grove Street with a new civic triangle at the junction between the garage yard workspace, St. John and St. James’ Primary School and Mount of Praise Church where people can sit, rest, and come together.

On this project page you can find:

  • Key project dates in the Key Dates section on the right-hand side.
  • Project updates in the News Feed below.
  • A Document Library on the right-hand side which contains key documents.
  • Links to the web pages of the other Good Growth Fund project elements.
  • A way to ask us further questions about this project through the Questions tool below.









Enfield Council are developing a series of interventions on and around Grove Street N18 and St. John & St. James’ Church of England Primary School as part of a wider regeneration project around Fore Street, Angel Edmonton. The project is funded by the Greater London Authority (GLA) through the Good Growth Fund (GGF). The proposed interventions aim to deliver the following:

  • Improved air quality outside the St. John & St. James’ Church of England Primary School gates;
  • Improved road safety;
  • Contribution towards an increase of physical activity levels;
  • Enhanced public realm;
  • Improved access to the proposed affordable workspaces at the Grove Street garage yard site;
  • An educational campaign to encourage walking and cycling to school.

The interventions we are exploring feature:

  • A school street on Grove Street outside St. John & St. James’ Primary School to remove motor traffic from the school gates on either a permanent basis, or during school opening and closing times.
  • An active travel route between the junction of Grove Street with Fore Street and the railway overbridge at Joyce Avenue to improve accessibility and connectivity of the active travel network and provide an opportunity for a potential future connection with Silver Street Overground station in the North, Meridian Water in the East, and North Middlesex Hospital in the West.
  • Social infrastructure and place making on Grove Street with a new civic triangle at the junction between the garage yard workspace, St. John and St. James’ Primary School and Mount of Praise Church where people can sit, rest, and come together.

On this project page you can find:

  • Key project dates in the Key Dates section on the right-hand side.
  • Project updates in the News Feed below.
  • A Document Library on the right-hand side which contains key documents.
  • Links to the web pages of the other Good Growth Fund project elements.
  • A way to ask us further questions about this project through the Questions tool below.









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    This will be an opportunity to hear from the project team about our proposed plans for a future Clean Air Route and an overview of next steps. There will be a presentation followed by an opportunity to ask questions.

    Please note that the link to the webinar will be emailed to people who have registered on Thursday 9th September 2021 ahead of the webinar. As above, registrations will close at 17:00 on the day of the event and participants will receive a link after this time, before the event.

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