School Place Planning strategy document

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Dear North Yorkshire County Council,

I would be grateful if you could provide me a copy of, or a link to, your most recent School Place Planning strategy document. I would also be grateful if you can provide me details of any consultations on proposed new school provision currently live or in planning.

Yours faithfully,

John Dye

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Dear John

 

Please find below North Yorkshire County Council’s response to your
Freedom of Information request.

 

The County Council has not produced a School Place Planning Document for
several years.

Our records go back to 2013 and one has not been produced in that period
to the current day.

 

We are currently in the planning stage for 2 new mainstream Primary
Schools in North Yorkshire:

One at Manse Farm, Knaresborough;

[1]https://onlineplanningregister.northyork...

And one at North Northallerton;

[2]https://onlineplanningregister.northyork...

 

The County Council has been successful with a bid to the DfE Free Schools
programme for a new Special School.

The proposed school will be for up to 100 pupils aged 3 to 19 with needs
in the areas of communication and interaction and/or cognition and
learning needs.

The ESFA are responsible for delivery of the School at Osgodby, near
Selby, and the likely opening date has not yet been confirmed.

 

Kind Regards

Jessica

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