Potters Bar building firm opens latest project
IF you’re in the market for a new home, you could do a lot worse than booking a viewing at these luxury apartments.
This is St Cross Court in Hoddesdon – a block of 12 environmentally-friendly flats, constructed by Potters Bar building firm Newland Construction.
The company, based in St Vincent’s Way, has made a name for itself in recent years by promoting sustainable building products, and using and installing environmental technologies such as solar panels, and rainwater harvesting systems.
The latest project has seen the flats built around a cedar tree, with cedar boarding and sloped roofs complementing the natural centrepiece.
Managing director Andrew Newland said: “It has been a great project to be a part of and I am very proud of the high quality product we have produced.”
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The flats are on sale through Paul Wallace New Homes. Call 01992 781122 for more information.
For more on Newland Construction, click on the link above.
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