Browne quiz Minister on Enniscorthy school project

Fianna Fáil TD for Wexford James Browne has called on the Education Minister to explain the lengthy delay to the building project at St. Senan’s Primary School in Enniscorthy.
Nationally, this is the third longest school awaiting progression to the next stage of the building works. It’s been almost six years since the project was moved to the second stage in the process.
Deputy Browne said, “Serious questions need to be answered about the lack of action on the St. Senan’s building project.  The project moved to Stage 2 back in 2014 but there has been virtually no movement on the project since then.
“Major works are badly needed, as pupil numbers have been increasing in recent years and the current building is coming under major pressure.  Students need a modern, well equipped school, but the delays to this project have gone on for years.
“Minister McHugh needs to explain what is going on.  Why has there been almost no progress for six years?  I am calling on the Minister to outline where this project is at and when teachers, parents, and pupils can expect building works to get underway”, concluded Deputy Browne.

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