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News archive - January/February 2018

Carillion fails financial examination

Carillion fails financial examination  » 

The giant services contractor, which went into liquidation in mid-January with debts of £1.5bn, has been deeply involved in the education sector for over a decade, building and running 150 schools, some through PFI deals, as well as sponsoring its own academy.

ESFA unveils latest contractor list, and modular is ‘in’

ESFA unveils latest contractor list, and modular is ‘in’  » 

The Educations Skills and Funding Agency (ESDA) has selected 33 contractors for its new school building framework. In line with the Government’s Budget blessing for modular construction, a number of offsite and modular contractors are on the list, including Net Zero Buildings and Styles & Wood.

New Education Secretary unveils plans to drive up standards  » 

Damian Hinds, new Secretary of State for Education, has unveiled a package of measures to support underperforming schools in disadvantaged areas across the country.

Independent schools’ estates facing rising financial pressures, says Bidwells  » 

Property consultancy Bidwells says rising running costs, lack of financial reserves to carry out property improvements and the political threat of losing charitable status and the subsequent business rates and VAT liabilities are key challenges facing independent schools in 2018.

Passivhaus school opens in West London

Passivhaus school opens in West London  » 

One of the country’s very few Passivhaus-designed schools is up and running. The New Ark project at St Benedict’s Junior, Ealing, West London has been designed by van Heyningen and Haward Architects and is the second for St Benedict’s, following on from the 6th Form & ADT which completed in 2015.