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Schools expand to meet demand

Fri 26 June 2015, 2:41 pm

Design proposals for 15 primary schools in Harrow have been granted planning permission. The extensive expansion project follows the councilís application to the Targeted Basic Need Programme, an initiative by the Department of Education to fund new school places.

Design proposals for 15 primary schools in Harrow have been granted planning permission. The extensive expansion project follows the council’s application to the Targeted Basic Need Programme, an initiative by the Department of Education to fund new school places.

Significant refurbishment work has taken place in a number of schools since 2013 to create classroom space for the growing numbers of children from Harrow’s families.

Keepmoat is working on the second phase, a £40 million contract to upgrade and redevelop the schools, with work expected to complete by September 2015.

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