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Heron Plaza project may require skills of electrical course attendees

Technicians who have completed electrical courses may be needed when the construction of Heron Plaza in London begins.

The new skyscraper has received planning permission and will be built next to the larger Heron Tower, with both projects masterminded by property tycoon Gerald Ronson, who claimed the Plaza will offer "unparalleled" accommodation for residents and visitors.

Engineers with electrical course qualifications may currently be working on Heron Tower - a project that is reportedly close to completion - and they could find new opportunities next door as demolition and initial work on the Plaza is due to start later this year.

Mr Ronson, chief executive of Heron International, noted that the developments will deliver an open space for the public, adding: "This genuine mixed-use centre will be a model for sustainable urban development in the capital."

The Londonist pointed out there is a third project taking place in the Barbican called The Heron, but it is an all-residential complex.

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