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New construction centre plans unveiled
Newcastle-under-Lyme College has announced plans to add a construction training centre to its new campus, currently under construction at Knutton Lane.
Under plans submitted to Newcastle Borough Council, the College would extend its current million sports and education facilities by adding
a single floor building to house around 200 students on bricklaying, joinery, electrical installation, painting and decorating, and mechanical engineering courses.
The College originally gained planning permission for its new campus in 2007 and construction started in March 2008. The new college is set to open to students in January 2010.
Speaking about the additional plans, Karen Dobson, Principal at Newcastle College, said: "We're very excited at the prospect of enhancing our already outstanding new education and training facility through the addition of a new construction centre."
"Construction courses are hugely popular and the training of future trades people is incredibly important, both to the regeneration of the North Staffordshire area, and to the growth of the local economy."
For more information about Newcastle-under-Lyme College's new campus development, visit: www.nulc.ac.uk/newcollege
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