Building Project for St Clare’s National School, Cavan

Cavan/Monaghan Fianna Fail TD Brendan Smith has been informed by the Minister for Education and Skills that the major building project proposed for St. Clare’s National School, Cavan Town is at an early stage of architectural planning, Stage 2a – Developed Design Stage.

The Minister in her reply to Deputy Smith’s Parliamentary Question in Dáil Éireann stated -“The Stage 2a Report has recently been received and is currently being reviewed by my Department. Following this review, and subject to no issues arising, the project will be authorised to progress to Stage 2b – Detailed Design Stage, which includes the applications for Fire Cert and Disability Access Cert and the preparation of Tender Documents and prequalification of contractors. This project was included in the six year programme announced on 17th November and is scheduled to proceed to construction in 2016”.

Deputy Smith stated that there is an urgent need to progress this project as quickly as possible in view of the huge increase in enrolment in this school over recent years. He complimented the Board of Management, the Principal and Staff, the Parents’ Association on their work in advancing the project to this stage.

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Ceist Pharlaiminte

Chun an Aire Oideachais agus Eolaíoctha To the Minister for Education and Science To ask the Minister for Education and Skills the status of an application for new permanent accommodation by a school (details supplied) in County Cavan; when this project will proceed to the next stage; and if she will make a statement on the matter. – Brendan Smith. St. Clare’s National School, Cavan Town * For WRITTEN answer on Thursday, 28th January, 2016. Reference Number: 3604/16

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Minister Jan O’Sullivan The major building project for the school referred to by the Deputy is at an early stage of architectural planning, Stage 2a – Developed Design Stage. The Stage 2a Report has recently been received and is currently being reviewed by my Department. Following this review, and subject to no issues arising, the project will be authorised to progress to Stage 2b – Detailed Design Stage, which includes the applications for Fire Cert and Disability Access Cert and the preparation of Tender Documents and prequalification of contractors. This project was included in the six year programme announced on 17th November and is scheduled to proceed to construction in 2016.

 

 

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