Saturday, July 5, 2014

London ~ An environment to die for

Paramedics leaving London Ambulance service trebles

"The report said that affordable housing and transport costs were some of the issues which could affect whether staff choose to stay in the role". London Ambulance Service director of ops Jason Killens said: "The real issue for us here is the high cost of living and working in London. Not only for us but all public sector workers". (It was bad when I was contracting there - it's become almost impossible, now).ps: I liked the aircraft carrier...fabulous colour!

Posted by alan @ 02:49 PM (3109 views)
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5 thoughts on “London ~ An environment to die for

  • Screw London, they brought it on themselves.

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  • Turtlehead69 says:

    Khards

    Pretty stupid comment.

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  • khards,

    You may be right. Everyone pushing up the price as speculation kicks in. My local EA friend says lots of foreign people have registered interest in my bit of Essex (by M25) with lots of cash buyers from abroad who haven’t even seen the places!!

    ……..clearly impacted by “The Only Way is Essex” shots of Brentwood 🙂

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  • So are they leaving London to take up the same job elsewhere? Are they staying in London but taking up another job that pays more so they can stay, and if so what else is it they’re doing that pays so much more than the ~40k they were getting from LAS; or are they moving out of London to cash in on the huge profits they’ve made on their houses during the boom years they’ve been working the ambulances and doubling their money through the profits made through house price inflation? This story is just unsubstantiated sensationalist bull without more context.

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