When the 2015/2016 academic year started this September, thousands of school children across the country stepped foot inside new school buildings for the first time. Education Business examines the latest news concerning school construction work under the government’s Priority School Building Programme.
When the 2015/2016 academic year started this September, thousands of school children across the country stepped foot inside new school buildings for the first time. Education Business asks whether this marks a new dawn for school refurbishment
Adopting good practices in an effort to achieve social, cultural, economic and environmental benefits for a building is of vital importance, says Neil Sturrock, chairman of the Heritage Group at the Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers
Schools are beginning to design spaces that better adapt to the latest ideas in teaching and learning, creating connected communities in which students feel they belong. Architectural team leader Darryl Beck explains how
An updated piece of building and safety legislation that aims to reduce accidents during construction projects is going to affect all schools in control of their own building management. Louise Hosking explains how schools can comply
As the general election approaches, the Government announces more details about which schools are to receive funding for urgent repair and refurbishment work under the Priority School Building Programme
With many schools receiving funding to have their old school buildings rebuilt, the Society of British and International Design examines whether the same desired affect can be created with refurbishments, and discusses the key challenges