There are only a few days left to respond to the White Hills Park Federation consultation on its intention to apply to the Secretary of State for Education for permission to sell the 10 hectares (approx 25 acres) of playing fields adjacent to Coventry lane. This land is owned by the Nottinghamshire County Council and leased by the Federation on a 125 year lease.
The Federation is also consulting on a proposed application to the Secretary of State for Education to surrender its lease with Nottinghamshire County Council of approximately 4.7 hectares (approx 2 acres) of land occupied by the school buildings of the Bramcote School (formerly the Park School). The Federation claims that “No decision has been taken at this time regarding the future use of this site.” In fact Broxtowe councillors have already decided to earmark this land for “Land for replacement School. Land for replacement Leisure Centre if required”
Details are at: http://www.whpfederation.org/index.php/buildings-and-improvements/consultation
The consultation is open until 9 April 2017: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/FV9JZJN
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NOTICE: The author is the independent candidate for Bramcote and Beeston North in the County Council elections on 4 May 2017.
Please consider voting for PAUL NATHANAIL on 4 May 2017 to help retain land and school buildings in public ownership.
Promoted by Peter Nathanail on behalf of Paul Nathanail, both of 86 Moor Lane, Bramcote, Nottingham, NG9 3FH