The Birmingham City Council has agreed to sell school sites on new housing estates at Tile Cross and Shard End for the building of Catholic schools. On the Shard End Estate the two-acre site for a primary school will cost £3,200, and at Tile Cross a five-acre site for a secondary school will cost £4,400. A church will be erected on the Tile Cross Estate on a site adjoining, and also to be purchased from the Birmingham City Council for £675.
Page 5, 7th August 1953
7th August 1953
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Space is bought on new estates
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