COWES Enterprise College is to host tonight's public meeting about the fiasco surrounding its own construction.
Friday it was announced it will take almost £9 million to put the
building right after it was beset by problems, including repeated
delays,shoddy construction and poor project management at the Isle of Wight school,
Tonight's meeting will ask serious questions about the costly project and will be chaired by County Press editor Alan Marriott, who has repeatedly asked for answers after being denied access to information, even through a Freedom of Information request to the Information Commissioners.
The meeting will be addressed by Richard Priest, IW Council executive member for education, and by a senior member of the Hampshire County Council team now running Island education.
The meeting will then go into a public forum.
The event starts at 6pm prompt and all are welcome.
There is no parking available at the school but there is on-street car parking nearby and Northwood House car park is a short walk away.
People are asked to arrive early and the doors will be open from 5.15pm.