Bolingbroke school plans released

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Article on Bolingbroke Academy website

The public consultation on the academy proposals took place in autumn 2010. The full consultation report can be read here.
Academy Plans

ARK held initial information sessions about the academy building plans in May 2011, followed by two pre-planning consultation sessions in July 2011.
ARK and Wandsworth Council have been working with contractor Carillion PLC to develop the academy design and are now able to share the detailed plans with local parents and residents.
The plans show a new four form entry secondary academy and excellent new facilities for the Heritage Medical Practice. During the remodelling process we will work closely with English Heritage to preserve the period features protected under the building’s Grade II listing.
Carillion PLC have developed a design that preserves the building’s features and provides a high quality environment for the new school. The design includes additional staircases to improve the circulation around the building at lesson changes. Renewable energy technology is proposed in the form of photo voltaic cells fitted on the flat roofs.
The medical practice will be located on the Lower Ground floor with its own separate entrance on Wakehurst Road and its own comfortable waiting room.
To share your views about the plans with the school, please send your comments to bolingbrokeinfo@arkonline.org.

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