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5th September 2013
Source: Construction Index
The former Firestone factory site in Wrexham has been chosen as the location of new 2,000-place prison as the government moves forward on its prison-building plans. Construction of the new £250m facility will start next summer, subject to planning approval. It will be the first prison in North Wales. The government has also started feasibility work on a second large prison to be built in the southeast of England. And it has confirmed opening dates for the new house blocks – mini-prisons – being built to create 1,200 new places at four sites across England.
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