Open doors

23rd May 2003 at 01:00
It cost West Lothian College pound;25,000 to adapt its entrances for students in wheelchairs. This is just one of many fiascos in an early private finance initiative (PFI) scheme which has left the college facing a financial nightmare. College director Sue Pinder reveals the headache behind her state-of-the-art pound;18 million institution.FE Focus, 34. Photograph by CALLUM MOFFATNEWSFLASH

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