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Electrical course graduates 'may be needed for property upturn'

People currently on electrical courses could be needed in the future to help with an increased demand for housing, if the views of one industry expert are correct.

Speaking at the annual Heron International property lunch, development authority Gerald Ronson said the number of dwellings being built is set to see a marked rise in 2014-15.

He explained that in the past he had been concerned that the government was not doing enough to generate jobs for young people in the construction sector, but following last week's Budget it appears that measures are being taken to remedy the issue

"We are now, I believe, a third of the way through the recovery in the cycle with 2014-15 looking like the most likely time for the sun to start shining again," Mr Ronson said.

Another recently announced housing scheme that could require the skills of electrical course graduates will see One Vision Housing carrying out renovation works on two blocks of flats in Bootle.

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