Skip to main content

Coronavirus (Covid-19): service updates, support and health advice.

National rules and restrictions during coronavirus can be found on GOV.UK

Due to essential maintenance our online forms, grants system and planning, building control and licensing applications will be unavailable Saturday 19 June from 11am to midday.

Unit for children with autism gets the go ahead

This news article was published more than a year ago. Some of the information may no longer be accurate.

Published: 19/06/2013

The Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) facility will be based at Chipping Sodbury Secondary School and will cater for up to eight young people with more complex needs who will benefit from being educated closer to home.

In February, the council approved funding of £500,000 from its capital programme to develop a unit. Consultation was carried out and Chipping Sodbury School was identified as a location which had suitable accommodation.

Subject to publication of a statutory consultation, the unit could be up and running after Easter 2014.

Is there anything wrong with this page?