"Adjacent Land" is the dimissive term used by Enfield Council and their agents Knight Frank in the "Leasehold opportunity" adverts to describe the roughly 100 acres of beautiful, mature woodland and the lake that adjoin the golf course. Some have been confused by the published information, possibly thinking that "adjacent land" refers to patches of nondescript land of little scenic or environmental value. These pictures of the woodland should clarify the situation. This land is part of the once extensive historic area of Enfield Chase. It is classified as a site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation.