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Demand for electrical courses in the north-west could be stoked by new developme

Electrical courses in the north-west of England could see a spike in interest after it was announced that a new development in Liverpool has been given the go-ahead.

The site on Oldham Street, just south-west of the University of Liverpool campus, will see a £56 million complex built, which will include a three-star hotel, a budget hotel and some post-graduate accommodation.

Work should begin on the development in autumn, so trade professionals have plenty of time to complete electrical courses before construction starts.

Tara House is leading the project, with the design of the structures being drawn up by architects Falconer Chester Hall.

Managing director of the developer Simon Murray Twinn said: "The mixed uses will bring vibrancy and life to the Oldham Street area whilst creating jobs and giving a boost to the local economy."

Another construction slated to go ahead in the area soon is a new stadium for Liverpool FC, with any new buyer of the club forced to commit to this plan as part of the purchase agreement.

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