Apple's new iHome: Tech giant reveals plans for new London headquarters in redeveloped Battersea Power Station with space for up to 3,000 staff – but that doesn’t mean it'll pay more UK tax

Apple's new iHome: Tech giant reveals plans for new London headquarters in redeveloped Battersea Power Station with space for up to 3,000 staff – but that doesn’t mean it'll pay more UK tax
 

Apple is to create a new London headquarters inside the £9billion Battersea Power Station development for up to 3,000 staff - but it probably won't pay more UK corporation tax.
The Grade II listed building on the Thames with its iconic towers is key a feature of south London's skyline and will now become home to some 1,400 Apple workers but with room for more than double that figure. 
The tech giant will occupy six floors - about half a million square feet of office space - in the central boiler house of the former coal-fired power station.
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28 September 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 58
Source: Daily Mail
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