17th century Bush Hall is a Grade II Listed Building located between Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield in the hamlet of Mill Green. The building is said to have belonged to a Sir Robert Chester, who lived in the house in the early part of the 19th century. However, the building was only officially listed on 9th December 1983.

The building was most recently used as a hotel which had 25 bedrooms, stables, various outbuildings, a large 140-space car park and more notably a go-kart track and a helicopter landing pad that occupied the north-east field, up until it’s closure in December 2009.

In 2011, Gascoyne Cecil Estates applied for planning permission for extensions and alterations to Bush Hall hotel and Stable building and erection of new buildings to increase the accommodation at the site from 25 to 75 bedrooms, along with ancillary facilities and the relocation of the car park.

“A spokesman for Gascoyne Cecil Estates told the Welwyn Hatfield Times that although the work was linked to essential repairs, it is also taking place because talks are ongoing about reopening as a hotel.”

The team at MJO are pleased to announce that are helping return Bush Hall to former glory by carrying out a roofing restoration project, sourcing the best quality historical tiles to match those that were originally on the building.

Bush Hall Hotel Stripping of the main roof web


Bush Hall Before works 2 web


Bush hall Sample tiles area for client english herritage aproval web

If you need a professional roofing team that you can trust, get in touch with the team at MJO Roofing on 020 8953 2306 to discuss your requirements.