Nottinghamshire County Council new specialist school could be built in Ollerton
Nottinghamshire County Council has moved plans for a school to benefit students with special educational needs and/or disabilities to the next stage.
The school, which will be built in either the Ollerton or Hucknall area, plans to offer 75 places for students.
A £150,000 feasibility study to find a site for the school has been put in place by the county council at a recent policy meeting, after data identified the two areas as having the greatest need for the investment.
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