Company chosen to build new Nailsea School

A CONSTUCTION company has been chosen to build a £30million school in Nailsea.

A CONSTUCTION company has been chosen to build a £30million school in Nailsea.

Carillion Construction has been picked to build the new school on the Nailsea School site, in Mizzymead Road, and work is due to start in the summer.

The state-of-the-art building will accommodate 1,500 pupils and will be built near the existing school to minimise disruption.

Once the new school is up and running, the old building will be demolished.


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Councillor Jeremy Blatchford, North Somerset Council's executive member for children and young people's services said: "This is not just the construction of buildings but the creation of a new learning environment where education will be delivered differently.

"The design teams of Skanska (runners up) and Carillion have each developed outstanding designs working over much of the Christmas holidays on the last details.

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"I would like to thank all those involved within the school, council and our advisors who have dissected each proposal to make the final recommendation."

The new school is being funded by the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF) as part of the Government's Building Schools for the Future programme.

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