The trustrees of the Radlett and District Museum (RADM) have released a statement regarding the exciting future of the new development.
A RADM spokesperson told RadlettNews: “After well over a year of discussions and negotiations with local landowners, building suppliers, service providers, funders and the planning officers at Hertsmere Borough Council, the ambitions of the trustees of the RADM should soon become reality.
“Planning permission has been granted for the erection of a building at the bottom of the garden of the Radlett Village Institute (RVI). A lease agreement has been signed with the Trustees of the RVI and Portable Offices will now commence the bespoke manufacture of the building. Local builders, Griggs Homes, will provide the necessary on-site groundworks and services.
“Our thanks go to the providers of grants (a local benefactor Hertsmere Borough Council and Aldenham Parish Council) and the trustees of the RVI for their support.
“Any residents who have items or objects they would wish to donate to the Museum, please contact Stuart Nagler on firstname.lastname@example.org
“It is anticipated that the museum will be ready for a grand opening in 2020. Once opened, the museum will be manned by volunteers and open to the public on certain days each week. Watch this space.”