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Approved electrical qualifications 'could be important for new marina project'

Tradespersons with approved electrical qualifications could benefit from a project in Scotland that has recently received planning permission.

According to the Herald Scotland, construction group Sir Robert McAlpine plans include building 220 flats, office space and a 220-berth marina on a disused industrial site on Cowal Peninsula to the west of the country.

Special projects director of the company Andrew Bolt told the publication: "We are delighted to have got the planning consent. We are keen to progress the scheme as fast as we can within the constraints of the current economic environment."

The firm may have to rely on workers with accredited qualifications to ensure that the project is completed to a sufficient standard and electricity is well-supplied.

Cowall Peninsula is located in Argyll and is well known for its scenery, which includes lochs, mountains and forests.

Sir Robert McAlpine recently announced that its construction of Riverbank House has been awarded with the City of London Considerate Contractor Scheme Environment Award.

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