New Leeds free school proposals put on hold over field objections

New Leeds free school proposals put on hold over field objections
 

Plans to open a new school and expand existing places available for children in Leeds have been discussed.
Leeds City Council’s Executive Board yesterday considered three separate reports that aim to provide more school places for children in parts of the city.
The council says that by 2020, up to 240 extra year seven places will need to be created in east Leeds, to meet growing demand.
Among the plans to address the issue are proposals for a new 1,200-place secondary free school to be built in east Leeds.
Following previous meetings, the plans now identify the Fearnville playing fields as... read more

 
14 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 37
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