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Revenue and Customs: Holyhead Port

Question for Treasury

UIN 121175, tabled on 26 November 2020

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, what estimate he has made of the number of jobs that will be created by the establishment of an offsite HMRC facility to serve the port of Holyhead; and what proportion of those jobs will be (a) professional and (b) routine.

Answered on

1 December 2020

Estimates have been carried out based on volumes of traffic and expectations of site use.

HMRC are currently planning on in excess of 120 full time equivalent roles on site, attending over three shifts a day. The majority of roles will range from security and traffic marshalling to front office staff. Specialist roles will be provided by Defra, the Welsh Government and Border Force.

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