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Plans for new Victoria primary school submitted to the Planning Authority

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Plans for new Victoria primary school submitted to the Planning AuthorityProposed plans for a new Primary School to be built in Victoria, Gozo, were submitted to the Planning Authority on the 4th of December.

This was said by the Minister for Education and Employment Evarist Bartolo, in reply to a recent Parliamentary Question by the Gozitan Nationalist Party MP Chris Said.

Dr Said in his question, had asked the Minister at what stage was the process to build a new primary school in Victoria, where and when was the new school to be built and whether a application for the project was with the Planning Authority?

The Minister also said in his reply that the new school will be built as an extension to the educational complex in Triq l-Ewropa, Victoria and that work is expected to begin towards the end of 2018.

In a post on his facebook page Dr Said remarked that this was the fourth time that the site had been changed for the new school, which should have been ready to welcome students years ago.

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    2 Responses

    1. Janey says:

      the first important thing to do is to change all the cracked ancient pipes that all the water flows through before the water goes to all the hotels and everyone’s residence in Malta and Gozo. This is the first thing that should be fixed in the island. Its ridiculous how everyone has to buy bottled water. This is very serious and important. The Maltese government should start with this first

    2. Lino DeBono says:

      Well done to the Education Minister and the Minister for Gozo to shift the new primary school building from the Car Park site to this new area by the Girls secondary school. This move will put all three educational facilities in one central place easily reached by public transport.
      Common sense have prevailed at last.

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