engine - 10:34 am on Jan 18, 2013 (gmt 0)
Technology giant Google is to move its UK headquarters following a £1bn property deal.
It has bought a 2.4 acre site at King's Cross in north London and plans to build a seven and 11 storey complex.
The US company will move staff from its two London offices in Victoria and Holborn to the new location when it is completed in 2016.
Google's Matt Brittin said the move was "good news for Google, London and the UK".
Google Acquires Land In London For New UK Headquarters [bbc.co.uk]