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Aberdeen additional needs school to break ground

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November 6 2015

Aberdeen additional needs school to break ground
Work is set to proceed on a JM Architects designed school for children with complex additional needs after the build contract was signed off with Ogilvie Construction and Hub North Scotland.

Offering space for up to 150 children between the ages of three and 18 the school will be located on the city’s Howes Road, replacing the existing Woodlands and Hazelwood schools.

Angela Taylor, convener of education and children’s committee at Aberdeen City Council, said the project exemplified the council’s ‘… desire to work in partnership with other agencies such as NHS Grampian to deliver a holistic service which fully meets the needs of children with complex additional support needs.’

Work is expected to get underway next month for completion by April 2017.

1 Comment

Shiny Beast
#1 Posted by Shiny Beast on 6 Nov 2015 at 13:33 PM
Aye. No bad but the wee kiddies'll need to watch they don't bash their shins on those sharp-cornered projecting boxes

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