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NEED the canopy now but it won’t fit into this year’s budget?
NEED shade in the playground but funds don’t allow?
NEED cycle storage but don’t know where the money is going to come from?
Many organisations and not least schools are feeling the squeeze on their capital budget but can schools really afford to change nothing?
Maintaining the infrastructure of a progressive establishment in line with the high expectations that parents have for their children means that more than ever schools need to get the maximum out of every pound spent.
In these times of uncertainty schools are increasingly and rightly careful about their investment, Head Teachers, Bursars and School Managers do not want to be forced into buying cheap or doing half a job. Rising material costs will always mean that any structure will cost more next year and completing works in stages is normally less efficient.
Our products have long been recognised as offering exceptional value for money, particularly when considering whole life costs. A&S Landscape can now help you secure the products you need whilst easing your cash flow and helping you manage your budget more efficiently,meaning that acquisitions can be made in the best strategic interests of the school rather than driven by the constraints of the annual budget.
Cycle Storage at Meole Brace Science College Shropshire
Founded in 1956 Meole Brace School is a 12 form entry school serving 1050 pupils in the county town of Shrewsbury becoming a specialist Science and Mathematics College in Sept...Read more >
Covered Walkway at Winstanley College Wigan
Winstanley College in Wigan, say of themselves “We are really proud of our college – our students, our staff and everything that we achieve together. We are an award-wi...Read more >
Covered Dining Area at William Farr School Lincoln
William Farr Comprehensive School is a Church of England school for 11 to 18 year olds, located in the village of Welton, near Lincoln.During the summer of 2012 A&S Landscape...Read more >