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Jobs created through regeneration scheme could benefit workers with approved ele

Tradespersons with approved electrical qualifications may reap the rewards of a proposed £500 million regeneration scheme in Purfleet.

Announced yesterday (November 3rd), the unveiled plans suggest that 2,970 new houses, a school and a health centre could be built as part of the government's Thames Gateway programme, which has supported the redevelopment of a number of areas in south Essex, north Kent and east London.

Workers with approved qualifications could find themselves in high demand, with emphasis being placed on high-quality projects that residents will be able to enjoy for years to come. It could be that those who have taken electrician or plumbing training courses are well-placed and well-trained to provide the standards that are essential to the programme.

Communities secretary John Denham said: "This regeneration can never be just about new buildings and infrastructure. It has to be about residents and communities and ensuring they are the main beneficiaries of these new opportunities."

The Thames Gateway scheme aims to build infrastructure, attract investment, support local businesses and strengthen and develop communities in the designated areas.

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