23/01/2014

Dyson Announce £250m Investment And New Jobs

Engineering firm Dyson has announced a plan to hire 3,000 engineers as part of a £250m expansion.

The expansion would see the company's Wiltshire research centre double in size, creating new science and engineering jobs.

The company's founder, Sir James Dyson, has said that in order for the firm to develop advanced technology, they needed 3,000 additional engineers and scientists.

It is understood that the expansion plans, which are still to be approved, will be displayed at Malmesbury town hall on 3 February.

(MH/JP)

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