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ICL is planning to relocate its Manchester-based IT operations to a new £35m building at the North Manchester Business Park, securing the future of 2,000 jobs.

ICL has awarded a contract to HBG to build a 50,000 sq ft office at the Crewe Business Park in Cheshire, and about 600 staff will relocate from its existing premises in Kidsgrove early next year.

ICL is considering plans to vacate its office in the West End of London and relocate staff to its other properties, in order to introduce modern working practices.

ICL has completed the sale of its local government applications software business to Anite for £13m.

ICL is to relocate its Tyneside office from the Newcastle Business Park to a new building at the Cobalt Business Park.

ICL has confirmed plans to restructure its computer services business, which will involve 200 job cuts over the next three months and the creation of three main divisions - infrastructure services, projects and multivendor computing.

ICL is planning to set up a new document processing centre at the Catalyst Industrial Estate in Widnes, which will employ up to 1,000 staff handling the 2001 census.

ICL has sold its LOGiCOM IT logistics business to an institutional buy-out led by 3i, in a £50m deal.

ICL is forming a joint venture with Nokia to develop new applications to improve internal communications at Nokia and increase electronic links with its suppliers.

ICL has announced a £100m plan to re-focus its business on internet services, with the creation of 1,000 jobs in the Thames Valley and Staffordshire.

ICL has opened a new software development centre in Belfast that will employ 225 people in a joint venture with Microsoft.

The Office for National Statistics has awarded contracts to Lockheed Martin, ICL and Polestar for the management of the 2001 census, and up to 1,000 jobs will be created in Runcorn by ICL.

ICL is forming an alliance with Microsoft to develop a new generation of consumer-oriented IT systems, and the move will create 1,000 new jobs in Europe.