Building work approved for 12 schools
The government of Northern Ireland has approved a £35m investment programme in 12 schools as part of its school enhancement programme.
The school enhancement programme (SEP) is a capital build programme targeted to meet immediate needs through smaller scale works of up to £4m in value, where a new build capital works is not deemed deliverable.
The following projects have now been signed off to proceed to construction:
- Sullivan Upper School, Holywood
- Integrated College, Dungannon
- St Louis’, Ballymena
- Broadbridge Primary School, Eglinton
- Erne Integrated College Phase 2, Enniskillen
- St Patrick’s Academy, Lisburn
- Killean Primary School, Newry
- Mount Lourdes GS, Enniskillen
- John Paul II Primary School, Belfast
- Methodist College, Belfast
- Wallace High School, Lisburn
- Strandtown Primary School, Belfast.
Education minister John O’Dowd said: ““Thirty four SEP projects are already in construction or have been completed. Construction work for these 12 additional projects will proceed in the 2016/17 financial year. Of course, this level of investment also provides a significant boost for the local construction industry and in turn, the local economy.”
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This article was published on 15 Feb 2016 (last updated on 15 Feb 2016).