Mock court room
We represent the University of Hertfordshire and several other unique locations in the local area. Located less than a 20-minute car journey from Elstree and closely located to Hatfield House, our locations give you access to a mixture of modern, academic, industrial and specialist filming locations.
No matter what your requirements, our team will work closely with you to ensure our locations meet your brief.
Corridors and stairwells
The University began life as a technical college in 1952. It has since expanded, building new spaces, updating old, and keeping some original features. This gives us a varied range of architecture, looks, and feel in a contained space. From '80's hospital corridor to modern offices, we should be able to match your designers brief.
As a university specialising in nursing and medical sciences, we're lucky to have a range of accurate medical test facilities available across two campus locations. Our mock hospital wards come supplied with beds, equipment, and on hand technicians. Built at different times, they also capture the look and feel of modern hospital wards and 1970-90s wards. The campuses also house a mock pharmacy with small doctor's clinic and optician spaces.
Conference centre and offices
This unassuming conference building was built by British Aerospace in the 1990s with an intentional aircraft hangar feel; giving the space perhaps the most unique architecture available at the University. It contains five meeting rooms, three small internal rooms, and one large internal event space with raised stage. With a bright and airy reception area and adjoining function room, the building is well suited to being redressed and repurposed for multiple uses.
Exteriors and Observatory
Being based in Hertfordshire but only thirty minutes outside of London, the University, like Elstree Studios, has the advantage of both industrial and green spaces. Our campuses are designed to encapsulate that green space, promoting better learning through improved wellbeing.
Bayfordbury Observatory sits within 40 hectares of rural Hertfordshire, with woodlands, grassland and lake habitats.