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Work begins on £15.3m Balloch school campus

November 16 2016

Work begins on £15.3m Balloch school campus
Morgan Sindall have commenced delivery of a £15.3m school’s campus in Balloch which will merge three existing schools within one 53,280sq/ft building, replacing the former St Kessog’s Primary.

With capacity for 747 pupils the Holmes Miller penned campus will host pupils from Jamestown, St Kessog’s and Haldane Primaries as well as a pre-school facility.

Councillor Michelle McGinty, convener of educational services at West Dunbartonshire Council, remarked: “It’s fantastic to see work underway on this development which will deliver a first-class education campus for pupils in Balloch.

“This project will move pupils from ageing buildings into brand new schools, purpose-built for modern day learning in which they will be supported to learn and achieve.”

Works ought to complete during 2018.


Rosemary McLafferty
#1 Posted by Rosemary McLafferty on 17 Nov 2016 at 17:24 PM
As much as I am delighted that the community will have a lovely new high-tech school, however, the delays have been unprecedented!! My sons are due to go into this school for P6 and P7 however delays are likely to mean that my eldest son will never enter the school. Such a shame as they have heard about this since's hoping it actually does finish in 2018.....
#2 Posted by Philip on 18 Nov 2016 at 14:37 PM
It's a somber, dark looking thing...with overscaled glazing panels and a low budget commercial office aesthetic. Is this really the best we can do?...

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