The Heritage House site, near Junction 25 of the M25, will see construction of a main 435,000 sq ft building to be split into two levels.
British Land is also providing 20,000 sq ft of space at the front of the site to cater to smaller occupiers.
All available roof space will be used for solar photovoltaics which, combined with air source heat pumps, will offset 80% of the site’s carbon emissions.
British Land plans to deliver a £1.3bn logistics development portfolio in Greater London consisting of 2.9m sq ft.
The pipeline includes two sites off the Old Kent Road, Finsbury Square Car Park, The Box at Paddington Central – where planning consent was received earlier this year – and sites at Wembley and Thurrock.
To date, British Land has submitted planning applications for 1.6m sq ft of potential urban logistics space.
Mike Best, Head of Logistics at British Land, said: “Following a successful planning outcome at Paddington Central earlier this year, we are delighted to have received consent in Enfield for our first multi-level scheme.
“Our densification and repurposing strategy will help address the acute shortage of prime logistics space in London.
“With over 1 million sq ft of urban logistics schemes currently in planning, we have exciting opportunities ahead where we can leverage our skills delivering complex developments across the capital.”