In what is believed to be the largest property transaction of its type in the UK, the telco is expected to sell off most of its 7,500 properties: totalling around 6 million square feet.
While some of the properties will remain under BT's control after being sold, it is thought that many of its London buildings will be vacated as part of a programme of moving to less-expensive regional offices. However, the BT Tower, a landmark in the centre of London, will not be sold.
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