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Bbc Television Centre Goes To Market

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Well the BBC are doing the "right thing" and selling off the flagship TV centre, not for profits, oh no, for the fee payers, here is the LINK to the main story if you can stomach it.

The BBC today announced the first phase in the sale of Television Centre, White City, London. Working with commercial property consultants Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH), the BBC is seeking expressions of interest from the market for either a conventional, freehold property sale or alternative proposals possibly based around a joint venture partnership. The key objective for any sale or partnership is to maximise the value of the site to the BBC and Licence Fee payers.

No mention of any profits being used to lower the TV Tax...still at least the public will get the full profits and benefit? wont it? :blink:

Danny Baker isn't a happy chappy and seems to think the BBC are soul less b*****ds.... https://twitter.com/#!/prodnose

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Are companies really queuing up to relocate to West London gangland? (That's the feeling I got on the main road outside it about six months ago.)

The place is absolutely massive however, and could definitely do with a haircut, but relocation costs will surely take many years to recoup?

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am all for them selling it off, they could always move the whole operation to the Top Gear runway I guess plenty of room there...

downside of this is plenty of Beeb execs will be cashing in with performance related bonuses once the sale completes...

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