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Jaguar is considering plans to close its Browns Lane site in Coventry, and most of the remaining 500 staff are expected to relocate to other sites.

Jaguar has unveiled plans for the development of a new science and business park at its site in Coventry, in order to create a centre of excellence for suppliers of automotive design and technology.

Jaguar has announced plans to create 500 production jobs at its Halewood plant in Liverpool, in order to manufacture the new X400 car from March 2001.

Jaguar is planning to set up a museum of classic Jaguars at the Halewood car plant, where production of the X400 is due to start next year.

Jaguar is planning to increase its dealer numbers by up to 20% over the next three years, as part of an expansion that will also see the Jaguar brand move into new areas beyond sports cars.

Jaguar is to create permanent jobs for 250 contract workers at its Castle Bromwich plant, due to the success of the new S-type model.

Jaguar Cars Worldwide is planning to set up a £1.5m showroom in Portadown, Northern Ireland, through its Charles Hurst franchise, creating 20 jobs.

Jaguar Cars has won a £43m aid package from the EU to produce the new X-400 model at Halewood, which could result in the creation of 1,000 new jobs.

The European Commission has approved a £71m aid package for Jaguar to build the X200 small sports saloon at Castle Bromwich, creating 1,360 jobs.

The government is expecting EC approval next week to allow it to provide £72m of aid to Jaguar for a new car plant in the Midlands, which will employ 1,300.