Permission sought for Bramley Primary School extensions

6 February 2017

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Bramley Primary School could soon have two new extensions to cater for an increasing demand for places.

Planners are hoping to build a two-storey extension housing four classroom and also extend the hall at the Broad Lane school.

Councillors sitting on the council’s powerful executive board last March progressed plans to expand the number of admission places at Bramley Primary School from 40 to 60 from September 2017.

There are also plans for a new car park and footpath on land currently classed as public open space.

The proposals have been submitted to Leeds City Council can be read in full here.


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