BT to reduce offices from 300 to around 30 in major consolidation plan
Telecoms giant BT is planning to close 270 offices under a consolidation plan it says is the biggest programme of its type in the UK.
The company said 300 offices will be reduced to around 30 by 2023, adding that no jobs will be lost.
BT announced that its key locations in the future will be in Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Ipswich, London and Manchester.
Group chief executive Philip Jansen said: “Revealing these eight locations is just the first step. We have dedicated teams working on identifying the best buildings to move into and which ones to redesign for the future.
“As a result of this programme, BT people will be housed in inspiring offices that are better for our business and better for our customers.”