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Cheshire regeneration project will lead to '600 jobs'

Published: Thursday, 28 April 2011   Category: Sport, leisure and hospitality

Plans to rejuvenate a derelict former factory site in Cheshire could lead to graduate opportunities after it was announced up to 600 jobs are to be created.

The local government in Cheshire East has given its approval the plans to invest £17 million in turning the former Albion Chemicals factory to a residential and leisure complex, according to the Crewe Guardian.

Gary Goodman, the person responsible for the renovation application, told the regional news provider that the benefits for the area would be fourfold.

"These plans will create employment, provide new housing, including affordable homes and inject a substantial amount of investment into this area," he said.

It is hoped that the renovation project - which includes plans for a hotel, a restaurant, offices, warehouses and a car dealership - will lead to even more money being invested in the area in the future.

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