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Demand for electrical courses in the Wirral could spike thanks to new developmen

A new complex that is set to be built on the Wirral waterfront area may mean engineers that have taken electrical courses are in demand for some areas of the construction.

Developers of the New Brighton project Neptune Wirral has just confirmed that it has signed a funding agreement with HSBC Corporate Banking North West, with Bowmer & Kirkland confirmed as the main contracter, according to Liverpool Daily Post.

Some people who have completed electrical courses may already be employed on the site, as work began on the leisure and retail complex last year.

Chairman of Neptune Wirral Peter Hynd described the development as a "huge step" in the regeneration of the area and said that the funding represents a "milestone" in terms of progress.

He stated: "We are thrilled to have secured HSBC's support despite challenging market conditions, which clearly reflects on the quality of Neptune's proposals."

Another development that has recently been approved in the north-west of England is a £56 million project on Oldham Street in Liverpool.

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