The statutory notice period relating to the linked proposal to expand and relocate Shakespeare Primary School and to expand The Co-Operative Academy of Leeds has now ended. A report detailing the outcomes of the statutory notice will be presented to Leeds City Council’s Executive Board at the next meeting on 21 September 2016. A link to the report can be found here. We will update this page with the outcome of the Executive Board’s decision following this meeting.

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The statutory notice period relating to the expansion of Hawksworth Wood Primary School has now ended. A report detailing the outcomes of the statutory notice will be presented to Leeds City Council’s Executive Board at the next meeting on 21 September 2016. A link to the report can be found here. We will update this page with the outcome of the Executive Board’s decision following this meeting.

 

The statutory notice period relating to the expansion of Hunslet Moor Primary School has now ended. A report detailing the outcomes of the statutory notice will be presented to Leeds City Council’s Executive Board at the next meeting on 21 September 2016. A link to the report can be found here. We will update this page with the outcome of the Executive Board’s decision following this meeting.

 

At its meeting on 27 July 2016 Leeds City Council’s Executive Board approved the proposed expansion of Cottingley (Academy sponsor led) Primary Academy from a capacity of 315 pupils to 420 pupils with an increase in the admission number from 45 to 60, with effect from September 2017. This is subject to call-in which ends at 5pm on Friday 5 August 2016. Please follow the link here to access the draft Executive Board minutes. The next steps are for Leeds City Council to work with the school and other partners to agree the design and planning for the expansion. A separate planning process will now take place with relevant consultation.

 

At its meeting on 27 July 2016 Leeds City Council’s Executive Board approved the proposed expansion of Low Road (Community) Primary School from a capacity of 140 pupils to 210 pupils with an increase in the admission number from 20 to 30, with effect from September 2017. This is subject to call-in which ends at 5pm on Friday 5 August 2016. Please follow the link here to access the draft Executive Board minutes. The next steps are for Leeds City Council to work with the school and other partners to agree the design and planning for the expansion. A separate planning process will now take place with relevant consultation.

At its meeting on 27 July 2016 Leeds City Council’s Executive Board approved the publication of a Statutory Notice to permanently expand Hunslet St Mary’s Church of England Primary School from a capacity of 210 pupils to 315 pupils, with an increase in the admission number from 30 to 45, with effect from September 2017. This is subject to call-in which ends at 5pm on Friday 5 August 2016. Please follow the link here to access the draft Executive Board minutes. A further update about next steps will be provided in due course.

At its meeting on 27 July 2016 Leeds City Council’s Executive Board approved the publication of a Statutory Notice to permanently expand Beecroft Primary School from a capacity of 210 pupils to 315 pupils with an increase in the admission number from 30 to 45 with effect from September 2017. This is subject to call-in which ends at 5pm on Friday 5 August 2016. Please follow the link here to access the draft Executive Board minutes. A further update about next steps will be provided in due course.