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Bangor Post-Primary School

Volume 175: debated on Tuesday 26 June 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland for what reason the South Eastern education and library board excluded all-ability, co-educational and integrated status for the proposed post-primary school for the Bangor area, in their current consultations.

[holding answer 25 June 1990]: It is a matter in the first instance for the South Eastern education and library board to decide the character and type of post-primary provision which will meet the best

Percentage of planning decisions made within eight weeks, by planning authority
Percentages
Quarter of Decision
Local Authority1986198719881989
4th1st2nd3rd4th1st2nd3rd4th1st2nd3rd
Cannock Chase807373827474838280758060
East Staffordshire888888878987908274707568
Lichfieldn/an/an/a546653736659576357
Newcastle Under Lyme928897899290919385908675
South Staffordshire717274566360544835404137
Stafford858688908581857839225271
Staffordshire Moorlands393745404262635548402910
Stoke on Trent746876646766737069636322
Tamworth757677798081787769685668
Peak Park1555459585768554949515438
n/a=not available.
1=This includes figures for areas outside Staffordshire.