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RES in Kings Langley wants to build new office at Beaufort Court
Residents in Kings Langley are invited to express their opinions over an energy company's plan to expand its head office in the village.
Renewable Energy Systems (RES) is seeking to expand its existing low carbon head office at the former Ovaltine Egg Farm to accommodate future growth in its business and staff numbers.
RES plans to create an additional low carbon office building in the existing Beaufort Court to provide sustainable design and construction techniques.
The renewable energy company has approached Three Rivers District Council and Kings Langley and Abbots Langley parish councils to produce a scheme proposal.
Ian Mays, chief executive of RES, said: "We are proud to have such a fantastic facility for our staff at Beaufort Court which is also an educational resource for the local and wider community.
"We want to continue this through an iconic new exemplar sustainable building which will be respectful to Beaufort Court and surroundings in its design and siting.
"The views of the local community are absolutely vital to us and the design process of the proposed new building.
"Anyone is welcome to attend the consultation event and I encourage members of the community to let us know their thoughts and how we might improve the current initial design."
RES will hold its public consultation event for members of the community to express their views at Beaufort Court head office in Egg Farm Lane.
These will take place on Wednesday, November 7, from noon to 8pm; Thursday, November 8, from noon to 8pm; Friday, November 9, from noon to 4pm and Saturday, November 10, between 10am to 1pm.
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