Hatfield developments shortlisted for Hertfordshire County Council award

PUBLISHED: 09:52 04 February 2016 | UPDATED: 09:52 04 February 2016

University of Hertfordshire's Prince Edward Hall

University of Hertfordshire's Prince Edward Hall


Three Hatfield developments have been shortlisted for a county council award.

Dunhams Mews in Old Hatfield, the University of Hertfordshire’s Prince Edward Hall building, and its student accommodation, are finalists in this year’s Building Futures Awards.

The event, which has its award ceremony in March, recognises sustainable developments – projects that do not impact natural resources – based in Hertfordshire.

County councillor Derrick Ashley, cabinet member for environment, planning and transport, said: “The finalists will be showcasing excellent examples of construction projects which benefit the environment and quality of life for residents in the county.”

For more information about the awards visit www.hertslink.org/buildingfutures or email buildingfutures@hertscc.gov.uk

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