Tech giant Apple is set to open a new HQ in London’s Battersea Power Station.
According to the Evening Standard, the company will be moving 1,400 of its employees – from its eight different offices in the UK’s capital – into the new premises in 2021.
It’s understood Apple will occupy all six floors of the Grade II listed property, which has been restored as part of a £9bn development project.
In a statement issued to the Standard, Apple said: “This is a great opportunity to have our entire team working and collaborating in one location while supporting the renovation of a neighbourhood rich with history.”
The Californian firm will keep its European HQ in Cork (Ireland), where 6,000 of its employees are based.
Its new HQ in London, however, is set to be one of the biggest in the world outside of the US.