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Liverpool £25m school plans approved

Plans for a new £25 million campus for Liverpool's King David School have been approved by city planners.

The scheme is part of Liverpool's £400 million Building Schools for the Future programme which is replacing or refurbishing every secondary school in the city.

It will see the existing King David Primary and King David High replaced with brand new buildings on a combined site in Childwall Road.

The project will also include the construction of a new nursery and a replacement for the Harold House youth and community centre.

Work will begin at the start of 2009 and is expected to be completed by the autumn of 2010.