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School Place Numbers vs Future Demand

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Dear Birmingham City Council,

Can you provide an analysis of the number of school places (Primary, Secondary Schools and Special - All Broken Down & Separate) in the Councils,
versus future expected growth (or decline) for the next 3-5 years.

If possible can you break this down to the key towns/areas, i.e.
* “??? Town”: xx places available::: Expected future demand (based on
growth/decline) - xx 2014, xx 2015, xx 2016, xx 2017, xx 2018.
* “??? Town”: xx places available: Expected future demand (based
on growth/decline) - xx 2014, xx 2015, xx 2016, xx 2017, xx 2018.

If there is a significant gap in demand to available space, can you
please provide details as to how this gap is going to be closed. This includes whether a new school is being looked to be opened, additional point of entries created, etc.

In addition to this can you please provide information on any schools that you are actively seeking partners for (if applicable)

Can you also please provide an up to date point of contact for a key member of staff (or team) that is contactable if so desired and needed, who specialises in the above and is able to further advise on managing future demand (this includes an in use email).

Yours faithfully,

Ms Hewitt

DEVELOPMENT FOI, Birmingham City Council

Our Ref: FOI10644

Date: 12 May 2014

Email: [FOI #208712 email]

 

Dear Ms Hewitt

Freedom of Information Act 2000 – Request for Information

I acknowledge your request which was received by Birmingham City Council
on 28 April 2014, for the following information held by the Council under
the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

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Can you provide an analysis of the number of school places (Primary,
Secondary Schools and Special - All Broken Down & Separate) in the
Councils, versus future expected growth (or decline) for the next 3-5
years.

 

If possible can you break this down to the key towns/areas, i.e.* “???
Town”:   xx places available::: Expected future demand (based on
growth/decline) - xx 2014, xx 2015, xx 2016, xx 2017, xx 2018.

* “??? Town”:   xx places available: Expected future demand (based on
growth/decline) - xx 2014, xx 2015, xx 2016, xx 2017, xx 2018.

 

If there is a significant gap in demand to available space, can you please
provide details as to how this gap is going to be closed.  This includes
whether a new school is being looked to be opened, additional point of
entries created, etc.

 

In addition to this can you please provide information on any schools that
you are actively seeking partners for (if applicable).

 

Can you also please provide an up to date point of contact for a key
member of staff (or team) that is contactable if so desired and needed,
who specialises in the above and is able to further advise on managing
future demand (this includes an in use email).

 

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Dear Ms Hewitt

 

Please find attached a response to your recent freedom of Information
request – FOI10644

 

If I can be of any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact
me.

 

Yours sincerely

Julie

 

 

Julie Jackson

Principal Business Improvement Officer

Business Improvement Team

 

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Visit: 1 Lancaster Circus, Queensway, Birmingham, B4 7DJ

 

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