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Hi 

 

Are you on a wage  of £460 to £576  a week but paying hundreds a week for accommodation, why not look at moving to Central Scotland 2 bed flats cost £100 to £150 to rent a week, or buy from £80,000 house prices here are so much better value than down South,  we have a number of vacancies for roles  supervisor, lead climber and second climber.

if interested e mail cv to [email protected]dscapeandforestry.com  we are based in Central Scotland and operate out of Falkirk, Livingston and Dunfermline.


2 bedroom flat for rent in Seaforth Road, Falkirk, FK2 for £475 pcm. Marketed by Your Move, Falkirk

 

 


2 bedroom apartment for sale in Longdale Ave, Falkirk, FK2 for £79,995. Marketed by Homes For You, Larbert

 

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I admire the original tack at attracting interest for your position, but there is a reason why houses are so cheap in the bit between Edinburgh and Glasgow. And it's not a lack of employment. 

 

With the towns and villages, it's like they try to harl (pebble dash) the joy out of their conurbations. 

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Like the ad too. There will be people living somewhere less desirable that's costing them a lot more to have. 

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There's probably a reason houses are more expensive down south... it's called being close enough to London to commute, £460-£570 is a days money if you are prepared to go down 'The Smoke' every day.

 

I don't know about a strange advert, it reads more like an advert posted by someone who knows nothing about the South.

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15 hours ago, eggsarascal said:

 £460-£570 is a days money if you are prepared to go down 'The Smoke' every day.

 

 

Are you seriously telling us up here, north of your "smoke", that arb workers there are on £125k/yr.   Never mind going to the smoke, methinks you've been on the smoke

 

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28 minutes ago, bilke_user said:

Are you seriously telling us up here, north of your "smoke", that arb workers there are on £125k/yr.   Never mind going to the smoke, methinks you've been on the smoke

 

Job advertised on another group I'm a member of today £400/day, I'll be back with a screenshot next.

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