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Scottish graduates could benefit from retail park development
Friday, 05 February 2010
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Graduate job hunters in Scotland may be interested to hear about the planned creation of a big money retail and recreational development in Inverurie that could create 400 employment vacancies.
Northern Irish company Northburn Developments has confirmed it is on the verge of tabling a bid to Aberdeenshire Council that includes details of the creation of a hotel and restaurant, a superstore and a 100-acre riverside public park, the Press and Journal reports.
The project will be in the form of an extension to an existing retail park which has already brought employers such as Currys, Homebase and Halfords to the area.
Alan Mitchell, Northburn's director, told the paper: "It is another very exciting project, and all within walking distance of the centre of Inverurie. The retail park has brought more shoppers to the town and, as we predicted, that has also benefited existing traders.
"Our plan will give Inverurie a green heart by creating a public park of regional significance."