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Ballymore Project May Require Plumbers

A new Ballymore project in London may interest tradesmen who are seeking employment after completing plumbing courses.Around two thousands homes, a hotel and 600,000 sq feet of office space will be built if The Embassy Gardens development receives planning permission from the relevant authorities.Tradesmen with the appropriate plumbing qualifications may be required to start work as early as next year if the Ballymore scheme in the borough of Wandsworth receives the green light.Sir Terry Farrell, design advisor to London Mayor Boris Johnson, told the Evening Standard that the Nine Elms area will offer a natural line of defence for the American Embassy, which is due to relocate to the neighbourhood.He told the newspaper: "The aim is to turn it to one's benefit by making a defensive area around the embassy take the form of landscape."At the moment, the American Embassy is located in Grosvenor Square, but this will move to the Kieran Timberlake-designed building by 2017.