Schools Capital Programme, 2019-2022
Purpose of Report: The report will outline the major projects in the schools capital programme which will involve the use of basic need funding. These projects will include the capital projects linked to the Inclusion Review and the need for additional secondary school places in the East and South of the city.
Members will be asked to decide how to meet the sufficiency duty.
This item will now be considered by the Executive on 18 July 2019 to allow for feasibility studies to be completed and more detail to be provided on secondary school placement options.
Decision type: Key
Reason Key: Cabinet Decision - a 'Key Issue' - decision leading to savings or expenditure of £500,000 or above;
Decision status: Decision Made
Wards affected: (All Wards);
Notice of proposed decision first published: 18/03/2019
Decision due: 18/07/19 by Executive
Reason: This item will now be considered by the Executive on 18 July 2019 to allow for feasibility studies to be completed and more detail to be provided on secondary school placement options
Lead member: Executive Member for Education, Children and Young People
Lead director: Corporate Director of Children, Education and Communities
Department: Directorate of Children, Education and Communities
Contact: Maxine Squire, Assistant Director, Education and Skills, City of York Council Email: email@example.com Tel: 01904 553007.
The development of the capital projects will
involve statutory consultation as part of the planning permission
process for each of the projects. Local residents, other schools,
governors, academy trust boards and the Department for Education
have been consulted.
- 19/07/2019 - The Provision of School Places and Allocation of School Capital Budgets 2019-2023 to Address Secondary Place Pressures
- 18/07/2019 - Executive The Provision of School Places and Allocation of School Capital Budgets 2019-2023 to Address Secondary Place Pressures 18/07/2019
- Schools Capital Programme, 2019-2022