London Borough of Lewisham has been awarded £186 million, and has secured an additional £20 million for the major refurbishment or renewal of 12 secondary schools, including three special needs schools over the next decade.
The Luton BSF programme will rebuild or refurbish all of Luton’s 13 Secondary Schools as well as delivering a community library, adult education facilities, youth facilities, multi agency office space, social housing, leisure projects and further primary schools.
Southwark BSF is a £200m project to deliver 12 new schools and 2 pupil referral units in the London Borough of Southwark.
Barnsley’s Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme will see £300m of capital investment that will replace 15 secondary schools in Barnsley with nine new Advanced Learning Centres and two special schools in Barnsley.
Manchester has a combined Building Schools for the Future (BSF) and Academies programme with a £500m capital investment to rebuild or refurbish 32 schools, six of them specialist academies.
The Local Education Partnership was a joint partnership between Kent County Council, Partnerships for Schools, Northgate (Land Securities ICT Provider) and Land Securities Trillium Property Partnerships.
Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council provided seven new centers for learning by 2010, under the Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme.
Lancashire County Council, the Catalyst Lend Lease consortium and Partnerships for Schools are undertaking the second phase of a £250 million construction programme aimed at transforming secondary education in East Lancashire.