HERITAGE experts have hit out at plans to demolish a former railway research building in Derby so the city's first Muslim school can be extended.
The Al-Madinah Trust has applied to Derby City Council for the
primary section of its school to be created in part of the RTC Business
Park on London Road.
The school, which opened last September in temporary accommodation in
Norman House, Heritage Gate, would occupy the refurbished and
remodelled Faraday building on the site.
Hartley House, built in 1935, which adjoins the Faraday building, would be demolished and an extension put up in its place.