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BBC is planning to set up a new base for its BBC3 TV channel in Birmingham by 2018.
BBC is to invest £15m in improvements to Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire.
The BBC is to create 100 new HR jobs at The Mailbox in Birmingham over the next six months.
The BBC is to set up an HR services centre in Birmingham later this year, with the creation of 100 additional jobs.
The BBC is to relocate 220 Future Media and Technology jobs from London to MediaCityUK in Salford next year, while 25 safety staff will transfer to Birmingham.
The BBC is to relocate 190 staff in its centre for recruitment and talent development to the Mailbox in Birmingham in 2015.
The BBC is to set up a digital innovation and training centre at Fazeley Studios in Birmingham.
The BBC is to invest up to £15m rebuilding the EastEnders TV studio at Elstree in Hertfordshire over the next few years.
The BBC is planning to invest £23m in Birmingham over the next three years, including 80 jobs at a new digital centre of excellence at the Mailbox.
The BBC is to relocate production of the Bargain Hunt programme from Bristol to Cardiff from August 2014.
The BBC is looking to relocate its Cardiff headquarters by 2018, and a number of potential sites are being considered.
The BBC has sold the Lonely Planet travel publishing business to NC2 Media for £51m.
The BBC and Stanhope have unveiled proposals for the redevelopment of Television Centre in London, including new studios, homes and leisure facilities.
The BBC is in negotiations to sell its magazine publishing business to private equity firm Exponent for an estimated £100m.
The BBC has appointed Lambert Smith Hampton to advise on the possible relocation of its Bristol headquarters to a more suitable location.
The BBC is seeking a suitable location outside London to set up a new animation studio, and will start recruiting a creative team early next year.
The BBC is planning to relocate its Marketing, Communications & Audiences division, its Future Media & Technology department and its Breakfast programme to MediaCityUK at Salford Quays.
The BBC is expected to unveil plans for the multi-million pound transformation of the Television Centre in west London into a 23-acre "creative quarter", providing space to other media companies.
The BBC is to relocate its Learning department and up to 32 jobs from London to MediaCityUK in Manchester.
The BBC is to revive plans for the development of a 130,000 sq ft music centre for the BBC Symphony Orchestra at Wood Lane in London.
The BBC is planning to set up a new TV drama production centre in Cardiff Bay, and work could start on the site within six months.
The BBC is said to be considering plans to set up a new TV studio at the 220,000 sq ft former Freeman's cigar factory at Penarth Road in Cardiff.
The BBC has selected the Roath Basin scheme in Cardiff Bay as its preferred location for a new 180,000 sq ft production facility, and its Welsh headquarters could also relocate to the site from Llandaff.
The BBC is to relocate half of its network TV spending away from London by 2016, with the development of "sustainable creative clusters" in Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Glasgow, London and Salford.
The BBC has sold its outside broadcast division to Satellite Information Services for undisclosed terms, including a fleet of 15 TV production trucks.
The BBC is considering plans to relocate its Bristol studios and up to 730 staff from Whiteladies Road to a new digital production centre in the city.
The BBC is to set up 60 big screens at outdoor sites across the country over the next five years, and many of the 36 new jobs will be based in Birmingham.
BBC South West is to relocate its Plymouth-based staff from Seymour Road to a new 22,000 sq ft office at Sutton Harbour in 2010.
The BBC is considering plans to relocate production of its EastEnders programme from Borehamwood to a 200,000 sq ft facility at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire.
BBC Worldwide is to acquire a 75% stake in Lonely Planet, the travel guide publisher with more than 600 staff, for undisclosed terms.
BBC Worldwide is planning to invest up to £400m in acquisitions and new ventures over the next five years, in order to expand operations such as magazines, online services and BBC-branded channels.
BBC Scotland is to refurbish its Highland headquarters in Inverness by early next year, at a cost of £1.5m.
The BBC is to set up a new finance centre at Ty Oldfield in Cardiff with the creation of 140 jobs.
The BBC is looking to invest at least £100m in UK film production over the next ten years, with an expected £15m expenditure in 2007.
BBC Worldwide is to invest £4m in a joint venture with Mid-Day Multimedia to bid for new FM radio licences being issued in India.
The BBC has unveiled plans to expand its TV production operations outside London, with Scotland specialising in comedy, arts, factual, children's and entertainment, Wales on music, performance and documentaries and Northern Ireland on current affairs.
The BBC has confirmed plans to relocate its Oxford Road site in Manchester to a new media zone that would also house independent broadcasters, and two sites in Manchester and two in Salford are being considered.
The BBC is to sell its BBC Broadcast transmission business to Macquarie of Australia for £166m.
The BBC is planning to relocate about 1,800 staff from BBC Sport, Radio Five Live, CBBC and other departments to a new £500m media centre in Manchester in five years time, while 2,900 jobs will be lost.
The BBC is said to be planning to relocate its CBBC children's TV department and 500 staff from London and Glasgow to Manchester.
The BBC is to relocate its 12 governors from the new media village in west London to Marylebone High Street early next year.
The BBC is planning to outsource 25% of its non-news internet content and close a number of websites, in response to criticism from commercial online companies about the BBC's expansion in the online market.
The BBC has sold its technology division to Siemens in a £150m outsourcing deal that will involve the transfer of more than 1,400 staff.
The BBC is planning to expand its broadcasting operations in Manchester by transferring one of its leading channels away from London, which could lead to the creation of up to 700 jobs.
The BBC is to set up a multi-million pound journalism academy over the next 18 months, possibly in partnership with another organisation.
BBC Scotland has secured conditional planning permission to build a £127m media centre for 1,200 staff at Pacific Quay in Glasgow by 2007.
The BBC is planning to set up giant TV screens in city centres across the country, following a six-month trial in Manchester.
The BBC is looking into the possibility of relocating more TV production operations from London to Manchester, as part of the review of its Royal Charter which expires in 2006.
The BBC is planning to open a new radio station in Coventry, using a city centre site.
The BBC has awarded a £5.7m contract to Mowlem to build a new broadcasting centre in Leicester by September 2004.
The BBC is to raise £800m in the bond market to finance the redevelopment of its Broadcasting House headquarters in London, which will be a two-stage project involving Land Securities and Morgan Stanley.
The BBC is launching a new venture capital subsidiary called BBC Vecta, in order to start up new companies to develop and sell broadcasting services around the world.
The BBC has won government approval to launch the BBC3 digital TV channel, which will target 25 to 34-year olds and use £97m of licence fee cash each year.
The BBC has confirmed plans to spend £2.8bn revamping its property portfolio, including new regional headquarters in Birmingham and Glasgow, the relocation of its news operation to London's Broadcasting House and the creation of an open media campus in White City.
The BBC is to set up a new commercial subsidiary from its BBC Broadcast operation, which employs 750 staff in the management of 17 TV channels, five national radio networks and 39 local stations.
The BBC may be required to spend up to £100m upgrading its transmitter networks, under government proposals to speed up the development of digital TV.
The BBC has submitted plans for the £400m redevelopment of Broadcasting House in London, in order to provide accommodation for BBC Radio & Music, BBC News and BBC World Services, and space for 5,000 staff.
The BBC is looking into the possibility of selling its 170,000 sq ft BBC Wales headquarters in Cardiff in order to relocate to the bay area of the city.
The BBC has announced a £220m property partnership with Land Securities' Trillium subsidiary, which will involve the creation of a media village in London's White City and provide the BBC with a further £35m to invest in programmes.
The BBC has won conditional government approval for three new TV and five new radio services, including two digital TV children's channels and a culture channel.
The BBC has begun recruiting 80 staff for a new £4m TV and radio news broadcasting facility in Sevenoaks.
The BBC has announced plans to invest £326m in digital TV and radio over the next two years, with the largest investment going to the BBC3 entertainment channel for 16 to 34-year-olds.
The BBC has shortlisted seven architects to build a new £30m BBC Scotland headquarters at Pacific Quay in Glasgow, while Channel 4 has announced plans to relocate its Glasgow office to the site by 2005.
The BBC is considering plans to open up some of its buildings for public access and to move its regional radio sites into city centres.
The BBC is looking for a company to form a joint venture to manage its property portfolio, which is expected to lead to an expansion of its properties around the Television Centre in London.
BBC Worldwide is forming a £62m joint venture with merchant bank Veronis Suhler to build a new publishing-based consumer media company in the US.