Hull schools revamp plan submitted

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Published: Monday 19th January 2015 by The News Editor

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Work on a multi-million pound revamp for two east Hull schools could start in March after planning applications were submitted.

Hull councillors are to consider the plans to construct new buildings for Foredyke Primary School and Neasden Primary School.

The modular buildings for both schools would be delivered by BAM Construction and built entirely off site.

Once the new buildings have been installed at the schools, the old buildings would be demolished and then turned into landscaping and play areas.

If the applications are approved by councillors, Neasden Primary School headteacher Nicola Loten said that work on the new buildings could start as early as March.

The Education Funding Agency is providing the money for the projects after offering grants to six schools in Hull which were thought to be in the poorest repair.

Ainthorpe, Eastfield, Wold and Francis Askew in west Hull are the other four schools which will be transformed as a result of the grant awards.

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Published: Monday 19th January 2015 by The News Editor

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