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Video shows progress of the Mildenhall Hub being build by RG Carter




Impressive progress has been made on building the £39million Mildenhall Hub - as a newly released video shows.

Matt Hancock officially started building work in March for the project, which will bring under one roof: A new school, swimming pool, library, police station, job centre, health surgery and citizens advice bureau.

A number of organisations, including West Suffolk Council, are backing the hub - which is being constructed by RG Carter.

To showcase this progress, representatives of some of the project partners toured the site to view the progress made over the last few months, including the completion of the steel superstructures.

James Wilson, director at RG Carter said: “We are delighted to be able to welcome key stakeholders to the site to see first-hand the progress being made to this state-of-the-art project.

"Work has been progressed well since the ground-breaking, with the steel frame complete and external works to the façade now underway.”

Councillor Joanna Rayner said: “This trailblazing project isn’t just about bringing a whole bunch of public services under one roof for the sake of it.

"It is about a new and better way of working that will benefit the customers the people from Mildenhall and the surrounding villages that will be using each service.

"It is a culture change – it’s ambitious, innovative and exciting, and I am delighted to join other project partners to see the major progress that has been made.”



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