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108 Palmerston Crescent

108-112 Palmerston Crescent, N13 4NH
Area of grassland at the end of a residential street, adjacent to the North Circular
Transport for London
Site area: 
0.40 acres approx
Submit proposals by: 
24 August 2020


The site extends to approximately 0.40 acres (0.16 ha) and comprises vegetated land, with access on the western boundary off Palmerston Crescent.

The northern boundary abuts 106 Palmerston Crescent, a large 3 story semi-detached townhouse with rear garden. The western boundary of the site is bound by green amenity land, with little vegetation. Further west is New River, an arterial waterway that runs from north to south. To the east is Palmerston Crescent, a residential road that would provide access to the site.

The site is located off Palmerston Crescent, Palmers Green and is within the London Borough of Enfield. The site runs adjacent to the North Circular ring road which borders the south of the site.
The surrounding area comprises predominantly residential uses, with Broomfield School, The Palmers Green Library, Bowes Primary School and Broomfield Park all located within a mile radius of the site.

The site is located 0.6 miles to the south of Palmers Green Train Station which connects much of north London and Hertfordshire with central London via Moorgate station. Bounds Green station is located 0.8 miles to the south west of the site and is served by the Piccadilly line which runs south through central London and onto South West London and Heathrow.

Download the 108 Palmerston Crescent particulars (pdf 2MB)

Technical information

Site investigations: A summary report is available for download with copies of:

  • Topographical survey
  • Flood Risk report
  • Unexploded Ordinance survey
  • Technical report summary
  • Geotechnical report
  • Utilities survey
  • Planning statement
  • Report on Title
  • Replies to CPSEs
  • Draft legal documentation

Planning statement: The site’s western boundary is adjacent to New River. The river embankment has multiple ecological designations; Wildlife Corridor, Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation, Local Open Space and Green Chain Corridor.

There are no active planning applications or permissions for a change of use or redevelopment of the site at present.

The site has potential for residential development given the residential character of the local area and adopted and draft local policy support for small sites development in the area. Development of the site would need to ensure that loss of biodiversity from the site can be mitigated i.e. through replanting of trees

Download 108 Palmerston Crescent technical information (zip 45MB)

Download 108 Palmerston Crescent planning statement (0.5MB)

Legal information

Report on title: The site is held freehold by Transport for London under title number MX234027 and MX414020 . TfL will dispose of the freehold interest in the site. Title documents and a summary report can be downloaded from the GLA Small Sites marketing portal, although purchasers will be expected to rely on their own enquires in relation to title matters.

Download 108 Palmerston Crescent legal information (zip 10MB)

Contractual documents

Template legal documentation has been developed for use as part of the GLA Small Sites Programme. 

Download 108 Palmerston Crescent contracts (pdf 1MB)

How to submit your proposal

We are looking for proposals with a good financial offer, subject to planning and in line with the contracts.

Download the Guidance for Proposals and Submission Proforma (pdf 0.3MB)

  • Prepare your proposal following the guidance, including the background of your team, and your approach to delivering your proposals.
  • Email your proposal to [email protected]

Deadline for submissions: 24 August 2020 at 17.00

Viewings and contact information

The site can be viewed externally from Palmerston Crescent and the North Circular.

For any other queries, please contact:

Isabelle Garner

[email protected]

07785 261047

James Warner

[email protected]

07983 707228

Tom Boxall

[email protected]

07939 536862