Cabin to provide a breakfast and after-school club


PLANS for a single-storey cabin to provide a breakfast and after-school club have been approved in the grounds of a Warrington primary school.

The scheme at St Philips CE Primary School, Westbrook were given the go-ahead by the borough council’s development management committee.
Councillors were told the scheme involved a free-standing cabin built on a part of the school’s field which currently has playing equipment on it.
This would be removed but the cabin would also be used to provided additional classroom space during the day.

It would accommodate existing pupils rather than an increase in the number of pupils at the school.
A path would be installed around the cabin to link it to an existing area of playground hardstanding and to the school’s footpath network.
Planning officers recommended the scheme for approval. They said the development would not appear out of character within the school site.
There would be no need for additional parking space as the number of pupils would not be increased. In fact, the provision of a breakfast and after-school club could benefit the local road system as peak time traffic flows could be reduced.


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