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Tower School children bring extra colour to Cozens Road

Last week, a group of children from Tower School in Ware, turned our Cozens Road development site into a colourful jungle!

The children were taking part in the nationwide Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition which encourages local communities, supported by the site developers, to help design and decorate development site hoardings.

Bugler, our development contractor at Cozens Road, and Alan Camp Architects
(ACA), organised the event and helped the school children to bring out their wild side with the jungle themed hoardings.

Pupils were asked to produce a picture of animals and jungles, and ACA and Bugler transformed them into a montage to be projected and traced onto the hoarding.

Tower School is local to our development and Simon Camp from Alan Camp Architects is a parent governor.

The children’s efforts have been submitted to the Ivor Goodsite judging panel, with the results expected later this summer.

Steven Rothwell, Neighbourhood Officer in Hertfordshire, said, “This is a brilliant competition and a great opportunity to bring some colourful creativity to the hoardings. The results look fantastic and if you’re in the area, I’d recommend stopping by to take a look!”

Our Cozens Road development will bring 34 new one or two bed homes for affordable rent to Ware. The development is due to complete towards the end of 2016.