The NSW Liberals and Nationals Government will wipe the maintenance backlog to zero at every one of the State’s 2200+ public schools.
Investing a further $449 million, the total amount invested towards clearing the backlog by July 2020 has now reached nearly $1.3 billion. Under this policy, the existing maintenance backlog in schools across the Wakehurst electorate will be wiped out. As at 30 June 2018, the maintenance backlog was close to $4 million.
The following schools in Wakehurst will benefit from additional maintenance works:
• Allambie Heights Public School
• Arranounbai School
• Beacon Hill Public School
• Brookvale Public School
• Collaroy Plateau Public School
• Cromer Public School
• Dee Why Public School
• Fisher Road School
• Forestville Public School
• Killarney Heights High School
• Killarney Heights Public School
• Narraweena Public School
• Northern Beaches Secondary College Cromer Campus
• The Beach School
• The Forest High School
• Wheeler Heights Public School
This is great news for our schools and in particular, for our hardworking teachers and wonderful students.