For the first time since the 1980s, Huntingdon has its own Crown Court - based in a specially-built town centre facility. ANDREW McGILL took a tour of the new court building which has cost £13million to build NESTLING quietly alongside the new bus lane on George Street, Huntingdon Justice Centre is a fairly unassuming building. However, this modern building represents part of a huge investment in Huntingdon town centre that is set to take place over the next decade. Huntingdon is being improved and this is just the start. No longer will court cases be heard in cramped conditions in the Town Hall in Market Square, justice now has a new home with all the facilities you would expect from a modern building. The courtrooms, which opened yesterday (Tuesday), have state-of-the-art video screens, hearing loops for the hard of hearing and full disabled access. Sue Clarke, lead court manager, told The Hunts Post that one of the main plus points of the new building is its multitude of consultation rooms.