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E21C to hold public consultation for new school

Academy trust E21C invites consultees to its first public consultation meeting on the initial proposals for its new school

Posted by Stephanie Broad | February 28, 2016 | Events

Education for the 21st Century (E21C), the multi-academy trust based in Bromley, has invited local residents, parents, businesses and all other interested parties to attend an initial public consultation meeting about the proposed plans for new school The Beckenham Academy. This meeting will form the first stage of the consultation process for the build of the school and further meetings and engagements will take place accordingly.

This initial consultation will provide an update on the planning application process and status and give everyone an opportunity to provide feedback on the initial proposals for the site at this early stage. Members of the Trust and project team will be on hand to answer any questions on the evening. The feedback received on the evening will be truly valued and will help to shape the proposals for the site going forward.

The meeting will be held at:


St George’s Church Hall, 7 Albemarle Rd, Beckenham, BR3 1AX

Wednesday 9th March



Following this, further consultations will be held to discuss the next stages of the planning application process and we will keep everyone informed of when these meetings will take place.

As a multi-academy trust currently running one large secondary and two primary schools, The Ravensbourne School, Scotts Park Primary School and Mottingham Primary School, in the local area, E21C wants to help many parents and students living in the Bromley Borough by creating a new school. 

Paul Murphy, CEO at E21C, comments: “This meeting will be an opportunity for all members of the community to hear an update on the plans and how the planning application process is coming along. It will also be a great chance for all local residents, businesses, sports and recreational clubs, to come along and to raise any questions they have about our plans. We look forward to meeting you.”

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