Creating new school places in Milton Keynes
Our team of education specialists
are building a new two-form primary school providing spaces for 330 pupils
along with a 26 place nursery in Kents Hill, Milton Keynes.
The school is being built along
with a 650 place secondary school in
Kents Hill (below) forming a new £26 million campus for students and a central point
for the local community.
Procured through the Scape Major
Works Framework, the £6 million project will create new modern facilities
including extensive soft landscaping together with playing fields, trim trails,
training areas, a hard ball court, tarmac/rubber crumb play areas, cycle
shelters and canopies.
Peter Owen, managing director for Willmott Dixon in the Midlands:
“We are really pleased to be building the
Kents Hill Park Schools, providing much needed school places in Milton Keynes
and new modern facilities for pupils. The projects follow on from previous
schools we have created for Milton Keynes and we are delighted to continue our
work leaving a positive legacy in for the local communities and economy.”
The 52 week project is due to complete
at the end of August 2017 and follows on from the completion of Whitehouse
Primary School in 2016, Newton Leys Primary School and Nursery and Fairfield
Primary School, helping Milton Keynes Council achieve 10,000 new school places.