Enfield is based in north London and is one of London's largest boroughs, being home to nearly 300,000 people.
Two thirds of Enfield is open spaces or designated green belt land making it one of the greenest boroughs in London. Being only 13 miles from central London Enfield is a popular choice for people to live.
Enfield has a proud and distinguished history, being home to a Royal palace, several country houses and ancient monuments.
1303, Edward I granted a charter to hold a weekly market in Enfield each Monday, and James I granted another in 1617, to a charitable trust, for a Saturday market. The Market was still prosperous in the early eighteenth century, but fell into decline soon afterwards. However trading resumed in the 1800s. In 1904 a new wooden structure was built to replace the previous one which was by now decayed. The market is still in existence today.
Within the borough numerous over-ground an underground stations provide easy access to central London.
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