School windows get a green £1m makeover



An award-winning Penwortham school is planning to spend more than £1m making its old buildings more eco friends.
Priory Academy obtained funding from the DFE Condition Improvement Fund to replace a many of the old flat roofs with new insulation and felt systems to will help insulate the building.
Windows in the assembly hall dating back to the 1950s will be ripped out and replaced with state-of-the art units and the old gym will get a makeover.
Keith Bolton, facilities manager at the Crow Hills Road school, said: “It will make the buildings more energy efficient for the next 25 years and... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 26
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