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Littlewoods is to create 300 jobs at its new financial services call centre in Liverpool over the next six months.
Littlewoods is planning to relocate its home shopping business and 1,500 staff from Crosby to a new multi-million pound site at Netherton's Senate business park.
Littlewoods is creating 250 temporary jobs at its home shopping call centre in Crosby.
Littlewoods is to relocate about 250 jobs in its JCM media business from Edge Lane in Liverpool to a new office in Whiston, while 50 staff in its Business Express division will also move to Whiston.
Littlewoods, the Liverpool-based catalogue retailer with almost 200 stores and 22,000 staff, is to be acquired by the Barclay Brothers in a £750m deal.
Littlewoods is seeking permission to set up a 500-seat call centre on three storeys of its Spinney House store in Liverpool, which could involve the relocation of 210 Liverpool Direct staff and the creation of 290 new jobs.
Littlewoods is to relocate its Liverpool-based JCM Media printing operation with the loss of 85 jobs, and is seeking a suitable site elsewhere on Merseyside.
Littlewoods is to close 35 Index branches and relocate them into Littlewoods stores.
Littlewoods is planning to invest an additional £300m in the refurbishment of its 120 stores over the next three years.
Littlewoods is planning to create a further 120 jobs at its new financial services call centre in Sunderland, which is a joint venture with the Woolwich.
Littlewoods is selling its football pools and gaming division to Rodime for £161m, in order to focus on high street, internet and catalogue retailing.
Littlewoods is to create up to 120 jobs at its financial services call centre in Sunderland, as part of a joint venture with Woolwich.
Littlewoods is to create a further 300 jobs in Warrington and Knowsley in order to expand its telephone-based gambling operation.
Littlewoods is to close its printing operation in Liverpool and move to a new site in Speke, creating about 150 new jobs.
Littlewoods is said to be considering plans to open a distribution and call centre at the Estuary Commerce Park in Speke Garston, Merseyside.
Littlewoods is planning to expand its telephone customer service centre in Sunderland, creating an extra 600 jobs over the next two years.
Sears has reached agreement to sell the Freemans mail order business to Littlewoods for £367m, and also plans to demerge the Selfridges department store next year as part of a restructuring aimed at stemming the losses in its £465m footwear business.
Littlewoods is acquiring UK Charity Lotteries for undisclosed terms, in a move which could create a serious competitor to Camelot in the scratch card market.
Littlewoods Stores is planning a further 40 stores across the country and a distribution centre in Burton on Trent, creating 3,000 jobs over the next four years.
Littlewoods plans to spend £35m opening between 40 and 70 Index catalogue shops over the next four years.
Littlewoods' Index plans a £14m national distribution centre at Wednesbury in the Midlands, creating 380 jobs.