According to the State Government of Perth, they are already prioritizing the proposal to build a new high school in Perth but this time it will be different because it will be a high-rise project. This is told by Sue Ellery, the Education Minister of the state, who further revealed that they are already identifying sites that are feasible. When the project is completed, a lot of business will benefit including carpet cleaning in Perth because the school is most likely going to hire one.
Since the anticipated roll out of the Metronet which is a project of the McGowan Government, there are already expectations of more residential dwellings opening up in the area which will ultimately lead to the need for a new school as the demand increased. The Education Department is already planning ahead because the growth in population in the inner-city suburbs means new school.
Ms. Ellery said, in an interview with The Sunday Times, that they are currently giving their attention to creating a plan that will identify the future sites suitable for the school. This is despite the fact that the new school year for public schools have just recently started.
Based on projections, the WA will have to construct a total of 126 new schools within the next 30 years. Majority of these schools have to located inside the metropolitan area of Perth.
Enrolments for the public schools have already slowed down in the last few years but the fact remains that more and more parents trusts their children under government-funded schools compared to private schools. Evident is the 2,400 transportable classrooms which they have to make do all over the State.
Ms. Ellery said that they have to change the way they plan in order to meet the demand of the increasing student numbers. She has deduced that in order to retain the open space model of the classrooms they currently have, the future schools have to be built upward like a high-rise building. While there are no work to do yet, carpet cleaning in Perth will be able to service residential areas and existing schools in order to be chosen for the new high-rise high school.