EN1 is the postal district for Enfield
In 2007, Enfield Town centre completed a major redevelopment project under the name PalaceXchange while retaining the Palace Gardens Shopping Centre. An extension was added to the existing retail area with many new shops, and a second multi-story car park was built along with a new road layout.
A major redevelopment of Edmonton Green including the shopping centre, and adjacent municipal housing over a wide area, started in 1999. This is still on-going, and provides new housing, health facilities, a new leisure centre, a supermarket, and many other civic features
Enfield is also home to a large Turkish community
In 1304 Edward I granted a licence to Humphrey de Bohun and his wife to set up a weekly Market and two annual Fairs in Enfield.
in 1657 It is recorded that a great fire burnt down much of Enfield.
The Young Queen Elizabeth was given the Manor and spent time in Enfield manor on the death of her father Henry VIII
By 1831 Enfield was known as one of the largest parishess in Middlesex, along with Pinner and Harrow.