Center Parcs say construction of its new £250 million village in Bedfordshire is on schedule to open to guests in spring 2014.
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The Chief Executive of Center Parcs talking to our correspondent Emma Hutchinson about building work beginning on a new holiday complex in Bedfordshire.
The holiday firm Center Parcs has announced its to build a new Parc at near Flitwick in Bedfordshire.
It would be the fifth site they have created and provide 1500 new jobs as well as 1200 construction jobs.
In a statement Center Parcs said the majority of the 1500 people employed will come from the local area.
The centre, which will open in the spring of 2104, will have a 75-bed hotel, 625 forest lodges as well as a swimming pool, a lake and other leisure facilities.