Apple is opening a new UK headquarters at London's Battersea Power Station, which will see 1,400 staff working in 500,000 square feet.
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In a statement to Mashable, Apple said employees from eight existing offices around the city will relocate in the "new London campus" which will open in 2021.
London’s Evening Standard reports that Apple is to create a spectacular new UK campus in the iconic Battersea Power Station building alongside the Thames. The iPhone and iPad maker will move 1,400 staff from eight sites around the c...
Apple is working on building an all-new campus location in London's Battersea Power Station, where 1,400 employees will be moved from eight locations around London to occupy the company's new UK offices (via Evening Standard). Batte...
Apple has agreed to lease office space within London’s Battersea Power Station. The iPhone maker said it is planning to move into the site in 2021, shifting 1,400 London staff into the old coal-fired power station.
Consolidating a number of offices around London, Apple plans to open a new British headquarters inside an iconic decommissioned power station on the south bank of the River Thames.