An engineered wooden door is a door made out of multiple pieces of wood. This is opposed to solid wooden doors that are made out of one piece of wood. Engineered wooden doors are usually covered by veneer to make them look like they are made from one piece of wood. They tend to be sturdier and straighter than solid doors.
The London Borough of Enfield is a London borough in north London with a few districts within the borough straddling north-east London, England. It borders the London Boroughs of Barnet (towards the west), Haringey (to the south) and Waltham Forest (towards the south-east), the districts of Hertsmere (towards the north-west), Welwyn Hatfield and Broxbourne (both to the north) in Hertfordshire, and Epping Forest (to the east) in Essex. The local authority is Enfield Council. It covers a total area of 31.74 square miles.
In line with population estimates in the middle of 2014, the borough has a permanent population of about 324574 individuals. The armorial bearings of these three boroughs have been also merged. The heraldic beast on the shield of the Enfield coat of arms is identified in heraldry as an 'Enfield', or more colloquially as the 'Enfield beast', and it's used extensively as a logo representing Enfield, especially by the borough council. The Borough's Civic Centre is located in Silver Street, Enfield Town and is the location of the Council. Enfield Town is also home to the local credit union, North London Credit Union.
In 2007, Enfield Town centre completed a significant redevelopment project. An extension was added to the current retail area with several new shops. In addition to this, a major redevelopment of Edmonton Green, including the shopping centre, an adjacent municipal housing over a wide area, started in 1999 in order to offer new housing, health facilities, a brand new leisure centre, a supermarket, and lots of other civic features.