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It is exciting time for Adult Education Wolverhampton

McLaughlin & Harvey has secured the main contract for the £61m City Learning Quarter project in Wolverhampton city centre. The scheme will provide a new campus for the City of Wolverhampton College, as well as new facilities for Adult Education Wolverhampton and the city's Central Library. Work is expected to start by the end of this year with completion by September 2025.

The City Learning Quarter main facility will be situated around the Old Hall Street and St George's Parade area of the city centre, incorporating a site on the corner of Garrick Street and Bilston Street, where the former Faces nightclub building once stood.

The £61 million scheme remains a key priority and will establish transformational facilities for the City of Wolverhampton College, Adult Education Wolverhampton and Central Library, benefitting skills and employment outcomes for residents across the city and wider region.

Find out more about the new development on the City of Wolverhampton Council's website: Council secures main construction contract for city centre Learning Quarter development 

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