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Plans lodged for new high school in the Borders

A planning application has been submitted by the council for the new £21.8m Kelso High School providing details on the design of the school and associated facilities.

Community drop-in sessions are expected in the coming months to provide updates on the project.

Councillor Sandy Aitchison, SBC executive member for education, said: “The submission of the planning application brings a new Kelso High School another step closer.

“With a land purchase agreement already in place, I am pleased to see the project progressing and look forward to a brand new facility which will provide an improved learning environment for generations of Kelso children.”

Paul McGirk, chief executive of the council’s development partner, Hub South East Scotland Ltd, added: “We are delighted with the progress being made on this project in partnership with the council.

“Pupils and staff will benefit from modern, fit-for-purpose facilities and the community will benefit from investment in the local area. We look forward to making these plans a reality.”

Hub South East Scotland has appointed Morrison Construction as contractor to build the school.

 

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