NARBERTH’s old school site is to be redeveloped after Pembrokeshire County Council identified its preferred option on Monday.
At the Council’s Cabinet meeting on Monday, it was recommended that a conditional contract be entered into with Abbeymore Estates/Knox and Wells Ltd, on terms acceptable to the council’s director of development.
Councillor Wynne Evans was delighted by the news saying: “It has been five long years that the former primary school has been empty; a once proud fondly loved building has become a target for vandals.
“I am delighted a preferred developer has now been chosen by the council and this will be an exciting development which is planned.
“The new owners of course have to follow the normal planning process, and we expect detailed planning to be submitted sometime in the spring, I am unable at this stage to reveal what is intended for the site, as this remains a commercially sensitive scheme.”