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Battersea Power Station

Apple is re-locating its London offices to Battersea Power Station

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Battersea Power Station is one of London's most recognisable buildings. The Grade II-listed structure has featured on the album cover for Pink Floyd's 1977 album, 'Animals', and in The Beatles' film 'Help!', but it's sadly been left derelict since it stopped producing electricity in 1983.So, what does the future hold for this Art Deco masterpiece?

Er, it's becoming Apple's new office, apparently. The tech giant plans to turn the site into 'a new Apple campus', and has taken on enough space for 3,000 employees across the top six floors inside the former boiler house. Apple's new London HQ will take up around 40 percent of the office space available in the building, and it'll be in action from 2021.

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