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Apple heads to Aylesbury

Streamer set to take over two studios at the Aston Clinton development

Apple has reportedly signed a deal to use studios in Aylesbury to film some its upcoming film and TV productions.

According to the Telegraph, the tech giant’s streaming arm is set to take over two logistics facilities at the Aston Clinton development in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.

Last year Apple appointed California-based production support company MBS to hunt for studio locations in the UK. According to the report, MBS is understood to have struck a deal with property firm Tritax Big Box for the two facilities, which together provide 170,000 square feet of space for film studios and set workshops.

In a recent report, property company CBRE estimated the UK currently has a studio shortfall of 2 million square feet. Meanwhile, new studios are being built to deal with that shortfall around the country with new facilities set to open in Reading, Liverpool, and London.