Plans for new Cardiff school moving forward
Access control and security systems are a must for any new building in the educational environment, such as the new Fitzalan High School will in Cardiff, whose redevelopment plans worth £63.5m have just been recommended for approval, according to a news report in the local business media.
The new Fitzalan High School will represent a £63.5m investment and would involve the existing school being replaced with a new-build school on land next to the Leckwith Stadium in the Canton area of the city.
Plans for the different elements of the project have been recommended for approval ahead of a Cardiff City planning committee meeting next week.
The school would be a ten-form entry, accommodating students between the age of 11 and 16, plus a sixth form.
It would offer sports facilities including a multi-use games area, 3G pitches and a new indoor swimming pool, replacing the current pool which is already used by local schools and community groups.
Despite a limited number of objections, a report to councillors considers the proposal will provide a significantly enhanced educational facility for the children of this area in
a well-designed building in a sustainable location with three sporting pitches, six multi-use games areas, a 25m swimming pool and sports hall, and shared access of other sporting facilities.
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