The next sports and learning community will see the existing Phoenix School relocated and rebuilt on a new site on the edge of Dawley High Street as part of the Borough Towns Initiative regeneration programme.
Groundworks have started on land adjacent to Dawley High Street to prepare for construction of a new Sports and Learning Community (SLC) that will replace the Phoenix secondary school.
Work is ongoing to prepare the site for construction for the new facility.
The Sports and Learning Community is the second stage of the wider Dawley Borough Towns Initiative project.
Plans are now on display that details the work now being carried out at Paddock Mount to prepare it for the construction of a new Sports and Learning Community which will incorporate the current Phoenix School and a range of community facilities.
A series of drop in sessions are currently being held for anyone wanting to discuss the proposals in more details.
These have been organised by Telford & Wrekin Council and contractors Birse Civils every Monday from 12-1pm at the Lord Hill Pub.
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Local people, groups and clubs are soon to be welcomed to join in with a large community arts project to decorate the hoardings around the new Sports and Learning Community site. Pupils from the Phoenix School have been successful in gaining funding for the project and an artist to support the work that will commence in the coming months. More information here.
If you would like to take part or gain more information about the arts project to decorate the sports and learning community hoardings, please contact, Telford & Wrekin Council’s Arts Development Team, 01952 382365.
You can register on the Council’s website to receive details about the Sports and Learning Community you are most interested in.
Simply log your details at www.telford.gov.uk/slc to receive updates about the new build sites that interest you.