Apple to create UK HQ at Battersea power station
Technology giant Apple is to make Battersea Power Station the home of its new London headquarters.
The famed Grade II listed building, which features four towering chimneys, is currently undergoing a multibillion-pound restoration.
The firm will become the largest office tenant at the former electricity generator, with 1,400 staff across six floors in the central boiler house.
An Apple spokesperson called the move a "great opportunity" for the company.
It said it would mean "its entire team [could] work and collaborate in one location while supporting the renovation of a neighbourhood rich with history".