Future Site Plans
A three year campaign to gain funding from the Department of Education for a new school building for Bangor Grammar School came to a successful end on March 1, 2006 when funding was granted. The new location of the school building will be outside the town centre, on the current Bangor Academy site on the Gransha Road. It is estimated that the new school will take at least five years to complete. Following an announcement from the school on Feb 5, 2010 the development has had to be put on hold due to the current economic climate which has resulted in a cut in the Department of Education's budget for the next financial year. Delays have meant that building started in 2011, and the latest projection is that it will open around January 2013.
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