910 JOBS for civilians? The REAL figures The REAL jobs...catering low value jobs Is this all they have to offer the people of Wales
310 Non-Project Units (includes Museum, and REME band from Arborfield).
The original priviatisation was for 6,000 trainees and now 2,700 (Numbers used at the Inquiry were in document CD5B.7 Table 1.4.) The reduced trainee population could be accommodated at the Blandford site’s 4000 living units.As the Project is near one third of the original size, there should be a review for fitting into an existing MoD base, where housing and other facilities would lie unused?
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Miliband claims that it will it will also save money... through consolidating exisitng sites and releasing service personel to frontline duties and sales of surplus estate it should save £500m over the 25 year life of the project ? Miliband forgets that with the housing market hitting rock bottom, predicted revenues are now substantially less than first believed. Rising inflation has led to a ballooning of costs to £13bn.The amounts spent already are peanuts in comparisioon tyo the long term additional costs of being locked into to a PFI contract.
Metrix want to spend £23 million for a unnecessary museum at a time when decrepid schools are being denied funding.
PFI crazy economics
New Labour politicans like John Smith and Chris Bryant hoping to get cushy board jobs! Raytheon arms dealer
No one has calculated the additional costs of policing and the additional costs and burden to the NHS! There has been No impact assessment of the effects of the base on the Welsh language!
Local communities in the Vale are totally against this plan. Two petitions have been to WAG P-03-227 on the uneeded expensive access road in Llanmaes and P-03-252 on opposing the RAF St Athan northern access road.
We face much opposiiton to firms such as Raytheon in Wales casuing permanent disruption