Hawksworth Wood Primary School expansion moves nearer

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The full council met at Leeds Civic hall

The expansion of Hawksworth Wood Primary School has moved a step closer to reality.

Leeds City Council has already agreed to expand Hawksworth Wood Primary from a one-form entry with 210 places to a two-form entry with 420 places.

The first phase of work has already been carried out, and a second phase will be carried out in time for the new school year in September.

The council has this week approved paying £1,492,658 to Interserve Construction Limited to carry out the second phase of work.

This includes four new classrooms, refurbishment of a number of areas in the children’s centre, provision of a disabled toilet, a fenced games court and an extension to the car park, as well as a new junior football pitch.

Interserve beat off five other companies to win the contract.

The council report authorising the expenditure can be read here.

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