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Chief Executive's Office and Employment Services Move 12 September 2003

Certain sections of the Department of Trade & Industry will be relocating over the weekend of the 13th and 14th September 2003, the following areas are moving:

Chief Executive's Office from
Illiam Dhone House
2 Circular Road
Isle of Man

Employment Services, including Work Permits, from
Nivison House
31 Prospect Hill,
Isle of Man,

Hamilton House
Peel Road,
Isle of Man,

The telephone and fax numbers will also be changing:

Chief Executive's Office
Telephone from 685675 to 682360
Fax from 685683 to 682355

Employment Services
Telephone from 687025 to 682393
Fax from 685682 to 682388

The original numbers will continue to work for a period of time, all enquiries should be forwarded to the new address and the telephone/fax numbers will operate from Monday, 15th September 2003.

The Job Centre will remain in Nivison House and the contact details will remain the same.

Both the Chief Executive's Office and Employment Services will be closed on Friday, 12th September to facilitate the move, however, the telephone numbers given above will continue to be manned during office hours throughout that day.

Hamilton House is already occupied by the Department's Economic Development Group, which includes the Isle of Man Film Commission.

The Department's Chief Executive, Chris Corlett, said

"These moves will serve to help centralise the Department's administrative and policy functions. This will enable greater and more convenient interaction between Groups to the benefit of our work in promoting and driving forward the Island's economy. The Job Centre will, however, remain at its current location, for the convenience of those using its facilities."

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