We have addressed the most common questions and issues

+ Will there be an increase in traffic and parking in the local area, particularly at school drop-off times?


+ Will The Swan School pupils travel from outside of the immediate local area and, in turn, increase traffic on neighbouring streets?


+ How will the safety of cyclists using Marston Ferry Road cycleway be maintained, when crossing the proposed road access to The Swan School?


+ What will be done to stop school staff and parents accessing The Swan School parking on neighbouring residential streets?


+ Will a Controlled Parking Zone be implemented in the streets neighbouring the school to ensure that they are not used as parking for schools staff and parents?


+ Will the boundary fences allow through access between the schools?


+ Will the proposed access arrangement for the Swan School cause additional congestion on Marston Ferry Road?


+ Will the loss of land by St. Nicholas School have an effect on the wellbeing of the pupils?


+ Will the local sewerage system have the capacity to cope with extra demand from the proposed new school?


+ With the proposed staggered drop-off times for the schools, will this arrangement make a difference as many parents are likely to have pupils at both schools and would 'hang around' in the intervening period?


+ Will The Swan School be ready in September 2019?

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