Apple will open its London campus in early 2023. The company announced the construction of the new office back in 2016, and it is now nearing completion.
The site for the new campus will be Battersea Power Station. Tim Cook visited him today and tweeted:
We can’t wait to open new offices for many of our London-based team members at the iconic Battersea Power Station early next year. It’s a tribute to this incredible city and reflects our commitment to Apple’s future in the UK.
– Tim Cook
Battersea Power Station is a decommissioned coal-fired power station in south west London, considered an iconic landmark for its Art Deco finishes and one of the largest brick buildings in the world. In 2016, Apple leased 500,000 square feet at the location, which will be one of the largest Apple offices outside the United States.
Apple will take about 40 percent of the plant and bring in about 3,000 employees. Maybe we’ve already seen the next demo of the iPhone 15 at the London campus.