Alex Neil MSP has written to the Chief Executive of Glasgow City Council to pass on the concerns of parents that Kelbourne School will not be ready to accommodate pupils moving from Richmond Park, which is closing in the summer.
Mr Neil is concerned by the apparent lack of work carried out on the school, which was promised to parents as part of the move. Mr Neil has also quizzed the Mr Black over allegations that the Council is yet to make contact with Historic Scotland, a prerequisite for the work to be carried out.
Richmond Park, a specialist school for children with disabilities, is due to close this summer with the majority of pupils moving to Kelbourne School which requires extensive renovations before the move during the summer holidays.
Mr Neil said:
"I have been in touch with a number of parents who have children moving from Richmond Park to Kelbourne who are very concerned by Glasgow City Council's plans.
"It appears that no contact has been made with Historic Scotland, a prerequisite for the work required to be done, and it appears work is yet to start on the school.
"Clearly, as this situation affects disabled children it is even more important that the proper facilities are in place to cater for them on their return to school.
"With the school holidays ending in a matter of weeks this is clearly an urgent issue requiring action from Glasgow City Council."