Capital Projects

Building Schools for the Future
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The Capital Projects Team
The Capital Projects Team is leading on the delivery of Building Schools for the Future (BSF) and the Primary Capital Programme (PCP), as well as a number of other key Projects.

The Council's website is one of the ways we will keep you informed of what is happening. If you would like to know more about Capital Projects in Redcar and Cleveland, please telephone 01642 771238 or e-mail schools_consultation@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

Meet the Team
Tina Robinson - Capital Projects Team Manager
Oliver Smith - Senior Capital Projects Manager
Joanne Wakefield - Project Manager
Ian Dunn - Project Manager
Christine Barkas - Project Officer/PFI
Anne Simpson - Information and Engagement Manager

Contact us
Telephone: (01642) 771238
Fax: (01642) 771196
Text phone 0788 797 0939

General Enquiries: Capital_Projects@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk
Building Schools for the Future: bsf_consultation@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk
Primary Capital Programme: pcp_consultation@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

e-mail team members: firstname_lastname@redcar-cleveland.gov.uk

Our Address
Redcar and Cleveland House
Kirkleatham Street
Redcar
TS10 1RT

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Building Schools for the Future

BUILDING SCHOOLS FOR THE FUTURE
BSF PROGRAMME REVIEW ANNOUNCMENT JULY 2010

On the 5th July 2010 the Government announced that those BSF programmes that had not reached Financial Close would be stopped, pending a Government review. As a result of this announcement Redcar and Cleveland's Building Schools for the Future programme has been suspended until further notice. We will update these webpages when more information becomes available.

Information contained in Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council's Building Schools for the Future web pages and associated links reflect the Council's position PRIOR to the 5th July 2010 announcement.


Primary Capital Programme (Project Value £60m)
Plans for the Primary Capital Programme were first announced in 2005. The programme commits to renewing at least half of all primary school buildings by 2022-23. The aim is to create primary schools that are equipped for 21st-century teaching and learning, and are at the heart of their communities with children's services in reach of every family.

Newcomen Primary School (Project Value £3.5m)
The complete replacement of a 330 place Primary School and a 26 place Nursery

Other Projects
Saltburn Learning Campus (Project Value £16.5m)
To establish an integrated campus with a 39 place nursery, 420 place primary and a 520 place Secondary school on a single site.

Grouped Schools PFI Project (Project Value £155m)
New premises for three Secondary Schools and two Primary Schools. Comprising of Bydales, Gillbrook and Sacred Heart Secondary schools and St Benedicts and South Bank Primary. The project also includes facilities management and catering for the schools in he project for approximately 30 years.

Freebrough Specialist Engineering College (Project Value £16.1m)
New premises located at Brotton to replace former buildings at Brotton, Skelton and Loftus. This brings the college together onto one site providing modern, high quality facilities for 1000 students.

16-19 Collaborative Centre (Bid Value £9.4m)
A bid has been submitted to the Learning and Skills Council to fund two centres, one at Nunthorpe School and one shared by Eston Park School and Gillbrook College.

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