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Expanding a maintained school: process and funding

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Last updated on 19 April 2017
School types: Maintained · School phases: All
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Who can enlarge a maintained school and what is the process? In this article, we refer to guidance from the Department for Education on who can expand a school and the process for doing so. We also look at who is responsible for funding enlargement.

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Contents

  1. 1 Who can expand a maintained school?
  2. 2 The statutory process for expanding a school
  3. 3 Who is responsible for funding expansion of premises?
  4. 4 Questions about school expansion proposals

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