By Lennie Isaacs, December 4, 2008
The £23 million rebuilding of the Liverpool King David Schools campus has been delayed.
Merseyside Jewish Representative Council delegates were told on Tuesday that the start of the project — part of the government’s Building Schools for the Future programme — had been put back from January to April 2009.
But speaking after the meeting, King David High School head Brigid Smith stressed that the postponement was not down to funding issues. “It is the nature of building projects to be delayed,” she said.