It is great news that more funding is being allocated to educating the younger generation, hopefully on the back of unexpected increased tax revenue following the BREXIT decision. But is it enough and is it targeting the right area. Is the balance right between new and existing?

With existing schools under immense pressure to deliver to higher standard with funding cuts in real terms - '£3bn savings by 2020' - should they be supported more or is this seen to be a waste and the future must be viewed from a completely different perspective that investing Free Schools and Grammar Schools will provide improved results with young people being more prepared for life after education?

What ever your view point is, it will provide additional funding into the Construction Sector.