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Housing scheme could boost electrical courses take-up

Plans to build thousands of new houses in Essex could mean people who have taken electrical courses maintain a crucial advantage over fellow job-seekers in the competitive employment market.

According to This is Local London, a Colchester Council panel recently voted to press ahead with the proposed construction of 2,200 properties in the Mile End district, with a further 1,800 earmarked for nearby Stanway.

"If we no longer build in the places we have already planned, we would have to find another location to build the necessary number of homes," spatial policy manager Karen Syrett told a meeting of the group.

Although the scheme has caused some controversy in the local area, planning committee chairman Ray Gamble said the borough could get into "serious trouble" if any attempt was made to block the development.

Another project which could see an increase in the number of people signing up for electrical courses is the planned overhaul of Aberdeen's Bon Accord shopping centre.

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