If your project expects to produce many papers and products, you may want to consider maintaining a project website.
Your website should summarise the aims and introduce the project in language which is easily understood by the pubic as it is open access. Write in plain English using the University’s writing style.
You should thank your funding body and mention all of the institutes involved in the project, including the University of Hertfordshire.
As well as describing the project plan, you should link to publications and to data associated with your project. Your data and publications should be hosted in managed archives so if your website were replaced or simply ceased to exist, the publications and data could still be accessed. Remember to include Digital Object Identifiers (DOIs) for your papers and data as well as the usual citation.
e.g. Goodger, J. L., Hardcastle, M. J., Croston, J. H., Kassim, N. E. and Perley, R. A. (2008), Inverse Compton emission from the lobes of 3C 353. MNRAS, 386: 337–347. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2966.2008.13028.x