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Old July 29, 2005, 09:23 AM
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Default Dubai: New Home of ICC

ICC to be relocated to Dubai... They have left their old home at Lords and getting re-located at Dubai.

ICC to relocate to Dubai on 1 August 2005
Jon Long

The International Cricket Council will cease its operations at Lord's Cricket Ground on Friday 29 July and re-open at its new premises in Dubai on 1 August 2005.

The new office details will be as follows:

Physical address:
International Cricket Council
Al Thuraya Tower 1, 11th floor
Dubai Media City
United Arab Emirates

Postal address:
International Cricket Council
P.O.Box 500070
United Arab Emirates

Phone and fax:
Tel: 9714 368 8088
Fax: 9714 368 8080

The office premises of ICC Administrative Services at Lord's Cricket Ground; the ICC Anti-Corruption and Security Unit at Queen Anne's Gate and ICC Cricket Management SAM in Monaco will be closed from 12 noon on Friday 29 July. All post will be redirected and phones will no longer be operational.

There will be no changes to email addresses of ICC staff and key operational staff will retain their same mobile phone numbers during the relocation period.

The move will temporarily disrupt access to the ICC's IT infrastructure which may impact on access to email correspondence sent during the period of relocation.

The ICC website will remain operational throughout this period at www.icc-cricket.com.

ICC President Ehsan Mani expressed the ICC's deep and abiding appreciation to Marylebone Cricket Club which has been home to the ICC for 96 years.

"I thank the MCC for the pivotal role it has played in the ICC's development, and the wonderful support it has given to us since the Imperial Cricket Conference, as it was then known, was formed in 1909," said Mr Mani.

"As the ICC prepares enter the next exciting phase of its development it does so physically far removed from the shores of England, but forever spiritually at home at Lord's."

The ICC will return to Lord's for its Annual Conference in June/July 2006.

Source: ICC

Edited on, July 29, 2005, 2:42 PM GMT, by Ahmed_B.
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