Council chiefs have given the green light to a £274,515 package of fire safety measures at Farsley Farfield Primary School.
A council report this week accepted the tender from Leeds LEP to carry out the work. The report adds:
“The works will be carried out during the 2021 school summer holiday period, due to the extent of the works required and the length of tender process.”
Money comes from the council’s Planned Maintenance Programme, which sees the local authority focus on maintaining six key areas at schools These include fire safety, mechanical services; roofing works, external wall, windows and door replacement, kitchen ventilation and demolition.