A new nuclear power station could be worth up to £700m to the Suffolk economy during construction and £40m a year when up and running. The construction period – which could last about six or seven years – is likely to employ between 4,500 and 5,000 people and when complete the power station would . . . → Read More: EADT – Sizewell: New N-plant’s £100m a year boost
NANT is not opposed to the creation of jobs on the BT site but does not see why BT needs the income from sale of greenfield land to pay for maintenance and improvement of its building (this is what BT has said in various documents). BT’s annual profits to 31 March 2010 were £1.007bn . . . → Read More: NANT is not opposed to the creation of jobs on the BT site
This article is relevant to the BT site given the large number of non European Economic Area people already working on site.
Suffolk Coastal District Council – Suffolk Coastal District Employment Study 2006
The document Driving the Haven Gateway Forward: The Economic Impact of the Ports & Logistics Sector – has appeared on the SCDC website since 11th August , even though the document is dated May. It seems odd that such report can be produced for the Ports sector, whilst there is NO hard information about current . . . → Read More: Jobs study done for Port but NOT Adastral site