Over £1.1 billion will be invested in Army facilities, including those on Salisbury Pain in the UK.
The investment will be used to create new accommodation and facilities to support and meet the needs of the modern Armed Forces. Over 200 jobs will be created as a result across the South West region.
Major General Alastair Dickinson, the Army’s Director of Basing and Infrastructure and MOD lead for the programme said: “This is a significant step forward in the delivery of the Army Basing Programme. The investment is a major part of our programme to deliver first class facilities and will ensure a high-level of support and service for all those units relocating in 2019.”
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