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New Homes in Enfield rating highly for Health and Wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing
Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, prioritising our health and quality of life for ourselves and our families has become more crucial than ever before. With this in mind, we understand the significance of choosing a living environment that promotes physical and mental wellbeing.

Here, we provide invaluable insights into the best properties based on their contribution to your health and overall wellbeing in Enfield. Collaborating closely with data experts CLSQ, we meticulously assess every current new homes development, assigning ratings under our ratings category ‘Health & Wellbeing’.

Our Health & Wellbeing rating takes into account various factors to ensure a comprehensive assessment, including proximity to places for active and natural leisure, such as playing fields, playgrounds, swimming and sports facilities, public open spaces, parks, and allotments.

We also consider levels of air pollution, noise levels from road, rail, and air transport, proximity to pylons and power lines, crime levels in the neighbourhood, and road traffic collision data for safety considerations.

By considering these essential factors, our rating system offers an in-depth score to help you understand what to expect in terms of physical and mental health from the area surrounding your potential new home.
Developments rated top for Health and Wellbeing
Palmers Green, Enfield
£775,000 - £1,814,000
Palmers Green, Enfield
 Health and Wellbeing
2 - 5 bedroom properties
The Importance of your Home Location 
Searching for a house is about so much more than just the physical walls that will be your new home. ‘Home’ is also a place where we meet neighbours outside on green spaces, take the children to school nearby, where we can walk to a GP practice and where local transport links ensure we can get to work or places of leisure easily.

Whatever is important to you, the WhatHouse? Location Ratings take into account that ‘home’ is our everyday experience of the surrounding area and how it fits with our lifestyle, just as much as it is the lovely house we will move into. Find out more about what location factors should be considered when searching for your new home:
Location Ratings Disclaimer:
The WhatHouse? Location Ratings are powered by our trusted partner, CLSQ.com, a leading property data, technology and data-led insurance provider who have collaborated with WhatHouse.com on analysing more than 50 geospatial attributes for every new build location. We endeavour to ensure the geospatial data is the most current and accurate information available.

However, WhatHouse? Digital Ltd does not make any representation, warranties of any kind (express or implied) or guarantee the accuracy, adequacy, suitability or completeness of any information, merchantability or its fitness for a particular purpose. Any reliance you place on such information is, therefore, strictly at your own risk and WhatHouse? Digital Ltd is not responsible for any errors or omissions or for the results obtained from your use of such information.
Location Ratings
Working with data experts CLSQ, we assess the latest information to give every current new homes development a rating under the core topics you see below, click on any of the developments to find out how they are scoring.
 Health and Wellbeing
 Mobile Connectivity
 Transport Links
 Education and Amenities
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