Nominate your best and worst buildings
IS Pathfinder House the district s most disastrous building or can you think of another public building which is equally displeasing. The Hunts Post is giving you the chance to have your say on what are the architectural gems of the area . . . and what ar
IS Pathfinder House the district's most disastrous building or can you think of another public building which is equally displeasing.
The Hunts Post is giving you the chance to have your say on what are the architectural gems of the area . . . and what are the biggest eyesores.
Huntingdonshire District Council's HQ has already won a lot of the public vote for being the number one District Disaster, but other buildings are also getting unwanted attention for what has been described as a lack of design and desirability.
Huntingdon's bus station has been put forward for being a charmless edifice as have the town's police station and job centre.
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The Saxongate development in the centre of town has also featured on the 'Disasters' list - despite being a few months from completion.
The ATS Garage on the ring road also finds no favour with readers.
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On the plus side, Huntingdonshire does have many buildings to be proud of and the library in Huntingdon - which is due to be replaced - keeps attracting votes.
Other favourites include Commemoration Hall, the Cromwell Museum and the Old Post Office on George Street.
INFORMATION: There must be other buildings yet to make it onto The Hunts Post lists. E-mail your suggestions to editor@huntspost. co.uk or write to District Disasters, The Hunts Post, 30 High Street, Huntingdon PE29 3TB.