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University Academy Holbeach given go-ahead to build new teaching block



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A secondary school has been given the go-ahead to embark on a £2.3 million building project after being selected to provide new flagship qualifications.
University Academy Holbeach wants to build a two-storey educational teaching block with nine classrooms at its site in Park Road.
The application had been approved by South Holland District Council on May 9- which attracted five objections due to traffic, parking and safety concerns.

University Academy Holbeach has been given the go-ahead to build a new teaching block
University Academy Holbeach has been given the go-ahead to build a new teaching block

The officer's report states that the application was amended to provide 46 car parking spaces and that the school has prepared a travel plan.
UAH has been selected to provide T-level courses, which are an alternative to A-levels.



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