Shul and golf clubs get listed status

By Jay Grenby, July 18, 2008
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Radlett and Bushey Reform Synagogue has been listed in Hertsmere Borough Council’s new register of locally important properties which contribute “significantly to the quality of the built environment”.

The synagogue building is a former church standing on an elevated and prominent position in Radlett’s main street. It was nominated for its architectural significance, contribution to the streetscape and local historic interest as a place of worship since its construction in 1930.   

Two Jewish golf clubs, Potters Bar and Hartsbourne  have also made the list for their club house buildings.

Another inclusion is Shenley’s Old Chapel, where the Shenley United community holds services.

    Last updated: 11:55am, July 21 2010