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The Home Office is converting more than 200 temporary jobs at its visa and immigration office in Liverpool into permanent positions.
The Home Office is to create up to 200 new jobs at the Criminal Records Bureau in Liverpool.
The Home Office is to set up a 157,000 sq ft regional office at Birchwood Park in Warrington, and Marshall Construction will complete the development by 2011.
The Home Office is said to be in negotiations to set up a 150,000 sq ft office at the Birchwood Corporate building in Warrington, as part of a plan to consolidate 800 staff from 12 regional offices.
The Home Office is to set up an office for the new job vetting and barring scheme at the Morton Palms Business Park in Darlington next year, with the creation of about 270 jobs.
The Home Office is planning to build two new prisons at Maghull on Merseyside and Belmarsh in London, as part of a strategy to provide an extra 8,000 cells over the next five years.
The Home Office is to set up a 33,000 sq ft office at the Norwich Union building in Cardiff city centre in spring 2007.
The Home Office is to deploy up to 800 additional enforcement officers across the country next year, in order to improve immigration controls.
The Home Office is to relocate about 350 staff from its pay and pensions department in Bootle to a 36,000 sq ft office at the City Square development in Liverpool in February 2007.
The Home Office is to set up a 120,00 sq ft office at the Riverside Exchange in Sheffield.
The Home Office is to set up a 41,000 sq ft office at Derby Square in Liverpool for the Immigration & Nationality Directorate, and up to 250 staff will work there from 2006.
The Home Office has been advised by property consultancy Donaldsons to move some of its London-based staff to Docklands or Southwark, as part of a plan to relocate 4,900 employees currently in temporary offices.
The Home Office has announced plans to create 300 jobs at the Criminal Records Bureau call centres in Liverpool and Darwen, which are operated by Capita.
The Home Office has announced plans to build three accommodation centres for asylum seekers at Bicester, RAF Newton in Nottinghamshire and Throckmorton in Worcestershire.