Eighteen million pounds is set to be spent upgrading thirteen schools and six community centres in Northern Lincolnshire.
North Lincolnshire Council will spend the money in the next four years to try and give children, families and its adult population the best environments to learn and be active in their communities.
The money is part of the council’s capital programme of works and will be used to address major maintenance issues such as electrical re-wiring and roof replacements, replacement of mobile classrooms, completion of work at community hubs and small schemes to address suitability issues at council buildings.
This programme will ensure the local authority meets its statutory duties in providing sufficient places in its schools and early year’s education settings.
A total of 13 schools and six community sites are set to benefit.