Monday 30th June 2008
Bath House could open up administration jobs
A new scheme which has been proposed by developers in South Wales will reportedly create up to 600 new jobs.
Jobs in administration and other employment opportunities are likely to come available if Liberty Mercian is given the go ahead for the Bath House plans in Cardigan.
The company hopes to build a food retail store alongside three non-retail units as well as a hospital, healthcare centre and social housing scheme.
As well as jobs in administration, those looking for sales jobs and jobs in IT are also likely to find opportunities available if the scheme is given the green light.
Speaking to the Tivy-Side Advertiser, Emyr Williams, development director at Liberty Mercian, said: "To be able to confirm that the Bath House scheme will deliver more than 600 new jobs for Cardigan is fantastic news for the town.
"The investment that Liberty Mercian is making in the town is a clear indication of the confidence that we and other business have in Cardigan and in the Bath House plans in particular."
Cardigan in Wales is a thriving market town and has become popular in recent years for its festivals including the Cardigan River & Food Festival which takes place in August.
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