Warwickshire County Council is seeking to dispose of 496 sq m of land at Newburgh Primary School, Kipling Avenue, Warwick, Warwickshire, CV34 6LD.

The land is currently occupied by Pathways Nursery and the leasehold disposal is required to enable the installation of a new standalone building to enhance existing facilities. The new building will be located within the 496 sq m of land currently used by Pathways Nursery (shown edged black on the plan) and the building footprint will be approximately 69 sq m (shown hatched black on the plan).

The Council does not believe that there are any viable alternative community uses for the land subject to the proposed disposal, nor do any local Schools have a need for additional playing field provision, as the land in question is already used by Pathways Nursery. However, before continuing with the disposal, the Council wishes to consult the local community to ascertain their views regarding the proposed disposal.

A copy of this statement and a plan of the site can be viewed at main reception, Shire Hall, Market Square, Warwick, CV34 4RL. Please request the information froma member of staff on duty.

The statement and plan can also be viewed at main reception, Newburgh Primary School, Kipling Avenue, Warwick, CV34 6LD. Please request the information from a member of staff at the school reception.

Alternatively, the documents may be accessed by clicking here.

The consultation period runs from Monday 21st November 2016 to Monday 23rd January 2017. If you wish to comment on the proposed disposal, please email: or submit your comments in writing by Monday 23rd

January 2017 to:

Section 77 Consultation – Newburgh Primary School

Estates and Smallholdings Service

Physical Assets Business Unit


Warwickshire County Council

Shire Hall


CV34 4RL


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