Our Lady’s Secondary School in Templemore has received permission to proceed to construction from Minister Norma Foley, local Fianna Fáil T.D. for Tipperary, Jackie Cahill confirmed today. This approval allows the school to proceed with the demolition of an old, existing building to be replaced with a new building, inclusive of two new classrooms as part of an ASD unit. Deputy Cahill welcomed this positive news for education and inclusive education in Templemore and surrounding areas today.
Speaking on this today, local Deputy Jackie Cahill said: “Good news today from Minister Norma Foley that she has signed off on approval for construction to proceed on the new development for Our Lady’s Secondary School in Templemore.
“This will see the demolition of an old building to be replaced with a new one, inclusive of two new classrooms for an ASD unit.
“I would like to congratulate school principal Patricia Higgins and the Board of Management on their successful application and I would like to thank Minister Norma Foley for her work on this also.
“This new state-of-the-art development with ASD unit included will be a great addition to the school, the town of Templemore, and surrounding areas, and will be of benefit for many generations to come”, Cahill concluded.