Seashell Trust

Green Light Given For New Seashell Trust School and Campus

Children’s charity, Seashell Trust, has been given permission to build a new school and campus.

The Cheshire based charity helps children and young people with autism, deafness, blindness, and those with physical and learning disabilities.

Plans for the new campus, alongside a housing development, were initially turned away by Stockport Council. However, Seashell Trust sought an appeal on the decision from Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, Robert Jenrick.

CGI plans for the new Seashell Trust campus

Jolanta McCall, Chief Executive of Seashell Trust and principal of the school, issued a statement to say: “We are absolutely delighted with today’s decision published by the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government, which sees the Planning Inspectorate allowing our appeal and granting planning.”

“All of our team at Seashell are working incredibly hard to manage the needs of our children and young people in the challenging circumstances created by the global pandemic and that will remain our focus for as long as is needed, but this decision paves the way for a new, positive direction for Seashell.

“We very much look forward to working closely with the local community and Stockport Council as we move forward with the development of our new school and campus and a bright new future for Seashell,” concludes Jolanta.

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