Fine Gael TD and Minister of State, Andrew Doyle has today, said that progress is finally being made on the development of Blessington Community College.
Minister Doyle announced, “I have received confirmation today that permission has been granted to the Kildare and Wicklow Educational Training board to appoint a design team to progress with the extension to Blessington Community College. The design team will take the project through the various stages of architectural planning and onwards through the statutory planning requirements and construction”
Blessington Community College is a co-education and multi denomination secondary school providing a high standard of education to Blessington and surrounding areas. The school facilitates over 400 students and is currently at full capacity. The school has a number of classrooms in temporary accommodation and is in urgent need of development.
Speaking on this announcement Doyle added “I met with principle Kieran Burke at Blessignton Communty College last Monday to discuss the much needed extension to the school. Mr Burke outlined to me that the school is at full capacity and is in need of an extension to facility future projections for the school.
Minister Doyle added, “The principle and staff must be commended for their dedication to the school and their on-going efforts to ensure that this development progresses to the next stage. I will continue to work with the school, the board of management and the parents council on this matter and I look forward to seeing the development of the school in the near future”.