The Malaysian owners of London’s Battersea Power Station were given a welcome boost last week as was it announced that Apple, the US technology company, will be relocating its 1,400 London employees to the Thames-side landmark. The power station, which has been derelict since it ceased production in 1983, will become Apple’s ‘London campus’ in 2021 and one of its largest office locations outside the US. The regeneration project had been hurt by speculation over waning demand for the site’s multi-million pound luxury flats.