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Land agreement paves way for ground to be broken on new town centre secondary school

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Don't miss a thing by signing up to the MyOldham newsletter here Town chiefs chiefs have formally agreed a land transfer which will allow a new high school to be built in the heart of Oldham town centre.

Planning permission was granted for the new Brian Clarke Church of England Academy to be constructed on the former Sainsbury’s site on land at Booth Street in July.

Now the cabinet has voted to enact and proceed with a land agreement between the council, Department of Education and the Cranmer Education Trust to facilitate the delivery of the school and allow building work to commence. READ MORE: Murdered woman's family stunned as killer given 3 life sentences could be freed The Cranmer Education Trust already runs the Blue Coat School in

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