West Norfolk school submits plans for additional classroom

Nelson Academy in Downham Market has submitted plans to west Norfolk Council for a new classroom. Pi

Nelson Academy in Downham Market has submitted plans to west Norfolk Council for a new classroom. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

A school in west Norfolk could get the addition of a new classroom if plans are approved.

Nelson Academy in Downham Market has submitted plans to west Norfolk Council for a new classroom. Pi

Nelson Academy in Downham Market has submitted plans to west Norfolk Council for a new classroom. Picture: Ian Burt - Credit: Ian Burt

Nelson Academy on Nursery Road in Downham Market has submitted plans to West Norfolk Council to expand into a new classroom.

The proposals were submitted on behalf of the school by the Eastern Multi-Academy Trust.

The primary, which is owned by Norfolk County Council (NCC), consulted with the NCC for pre-application advice before submitting the application.

The planning application document said: "NCC have confirmed they are supportive of the proposed additional classroom in principle.


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"Subject to gaining Planning Permission, NCC will provide formal consent to the proposed development by way of issuing a 'licence for works.'

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