This power also provides that where agreement is not reached with the Minister on the property arrangements required to give effect to the Ministerial notice to a school to provide for additional provision for the education of children with special educational needs, the Minister may refer the matter of the property arrangements to arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration Act, 2010. Arbitration between the Minister and the property owner allows for an independent and effective resolution of any disagreement around the property arrangements required to give effect to the notice. The property arrangements required for this purpose may not in all cases involve a new build. These arrangements will differ from school to school depending on local circumstances and having regard to the usual considerations of capacity, space restrictions, and other local factors. The outcome of arbitration on the property matters will be binding on the parties in the event that the Minister issues a direction to the school. The amendment provides for the Minister to make that decision, following the conclusion of his further consideration and statutory engagement with the board of management and Patron on the other matters (i.e matters not related to the property arrangements) relevant to whether the school should or should not make such provision.