Primary school becomes battleground for campaigners and council

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Primary school becomes battleground for campaigners and council

A historic primary school building in Kensington and Chelsea has become a battleground between campaigners and the council.

Campaigners say the council is trying to turn the building and parts of the school grounds into shops, while the department of eduction says that no planning application to destroy the school land has been issued.

Jane Solomon, who is a parent of a Marlborough schoolchild and a member of the Save Marlborough Committee spoke more about the developments.

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