22 Dec, 2014 @ 13:15
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Flooded school in Velez-Malaga set for multi-million refurb

A PUBLIC school in Velez-Malaga has been ordered to carry out emergency repairs after classrooms were left flooded for three weeks.

Since November 27, six of the CEIP Nations’ 10 prefabricated buildings have been closed, forcing teachers to hold lessons in other areas of the school, including the library and cafeteria.

The school’s board have now announced a multi-million euro revamp, to meet regulations set by the Andalucian Public Education Agency.

A spokesperson for the board said: “We have a budget of €3.25 million to build a state-of-the-art new centre that will create a total of 450 new school places.

“The work will take place early in the new year and things will be back to normal as soon as possible.”


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