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College's transformation projects approved

The West Northamptonshire Development Corporation (WNDC) has give the College approval for the exciting Northampton transformation projects.

The West Northamptonshire Development Corporation (WNDC) has give the College approval for the exciting Northampton transformation projects.

The plans for an extension of the Lower Mounts building and a total demolition and rebuild at Booth Lane site were approved this month. Building work will begin in January 2009.

Len Closs, Principal said, “We are extremely pleased to have received WNDC’s approval of our Booth Lane redevelopment proposals which, together with our plans for the new building at Lower Mounts, will (subject to final approval from the Learning and Skills Council) see the College in Northampton completely transformed. When considered alongside the plans we have for development in Daventry, joining with our partners in the Daventry Learning Partnership, it is undeniable that we are embarking upon one of the most exciting periods in the College’s history. On every College site, we are aiming to provide unparalleled educational facilities of the highest quality for Northamptonshire’s learners, staff, employers and the local community. The Booth Lane/Lower Mounts buildings are destined to become a major asset which the College will deploy in striving towards the very highest standards in learning and skills development and in delivering a further education service of which Northampton and its people can be proud.”

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