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Progress Made On New Greystones School Building

A letter of intent is being issued for a new school building at Greystones Community College this morning

A letter of intent is being issued for a new school building at Greystones Community College this morning
This means that a contract may be awarded within the next two weeks
Wicklow Taoiseach Simon Harris spoke to East Coast fm news and says that this is a significant mark of progress:

Taoiseach Simon Harris said:

“Huge progress for Greystones Community College tonight.
“I can confirm that after months of work and campaigning, a letter of intent will issue to Greystones Community College tomorrow morning. This will allow the contract to be awarded within the next two weeks.

“This is significant progress for the community.

“This means we are on the road to a new build for Greystones Community College.

“As Taoiseach and as a Wicklow TD I know what this news will mean to parents across the community.

“I will continue, as Taoiseach to monitor every step to ensure that Greystones and areas in of huge demand receive the funding and drive they need to make sure we have enough school places for now and for the future.
“I will not give up until this new school building is open.
“I want to thank everybody in Greystones Community College, the principal, the ETB, the students and parents for their patience.
“I intend to continue to work tirelessly on this project but today is a major milestone, as Taoiseach I am so determined to deliver this project for people in Greystones.

 

 

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