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LEA LINK: Fitzpatrick is building this £3.8M, 15m wide, 75m long reinforced concrete bridge at Enfield, Middlesex. The structure spans the River Lea navigation canal, a private access road and the river itself. The 8m high reinforced concrete parapet support beams consist of two clear spans of 31m and 21m, both formed as arches so that the completed brick-clad bridge will appear to be of traditional brick arch construction. Designer is London Borough of Enfield and the bridge will be a focal point of a scheme by Fairview to redevelop the derelict Royal Small Arms Factory site in Enfield Lock which is to become the Enfield Island Village with 1,400 homes. Reader enquiry no 803

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