Update on Liverpool Schools Investment
Programme
Cllr Jane Corbett, Cabinet Member Children’s Services
Simon McEneny, Assi...
Background and Context
•Rescue package – response to BSF closure
•£169m for new school investment in Liverpool
•12 new sch...
Notre Dame
Notre Dame
Archbishop Beck
Archbishop Beck
St John Bosco
St John Bosco
St John Bosco
Millstead
Holly Lodge
Holly Lodge
Bankview & Redbridge
Aigburth High
St Hildas
Archbishop Blanch
Palmerston and Abbotts lea
New Park Primary
Northway Primary
St Julie’s / SFX
Bellerive
Highlights
•Summer 2014 – 10 of the 12 schools either completed or
on site.
•No programme delays, no cost over runs, no qu...
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PlaceEXPO Building for Education: Simon McEneny, assistant director for regeneration, Liverpool City Council

  1. 1. Update on Liverpool Schools Investment Programme Cllr Jane Corbett, Cabinet Member Children’s Services Simon McEneny, Assistant Director Regeneration
  2. 2. Background and Context •Rescue package – response to BSF closure •£169m for new school investment in Liverpool •12 new schools by May 2016 – predominantly secondary and special schools •Second phase of school refurbishment and primary schools •3 contractors selected – Willmott Dixon, Kier, and Morgan Sindall •Focus on quality of investment but also local spend, labour and apprenticeships
  3. 3. Notre Dame
  4. 4. Notre Dame
  5. 5. Archbishop Beck
  6. 6. Archbishop Beck
  7. 7. St John Bosco
  8. 8. St John Bosco
  9. 9. St John Bosco
  10. 10. Millstead
  11. 11. Holly Lodge
  12. 12. Holly Lodge
  13. 13. Bankview & Redbridge
  14. 14. Aigburth High
  15. 15. St Hildas
  16. 16. Archbishop Blanch
  17. 17. Palmerston and Abbotts lea
  18. 18. New Park Primary
  19. 19. Northway Primary
  20. 20. St Julie’s / SFX
  21. 21. Bellerive
  22. 22. Highlights •Summer 2014 – 10 of the 12 schools either completed or on site. •No programme delays, no cost over runs, no quality issues •Average of 65% of spend with in the Liverpool City Council boundary •Average of 80% of spend within Merseyside •75 apprenticeships contributed to / created •£14m Basic Need Funding 2015/17, £34m Phase 2 LSIP •Client of the Year Award at recent Northwest Construction Awards

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