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History of Telereal Trillium

2016

  • Telereal Trillium appointed onto 4-year Promoter Framework for Central Bedfordshire Council, to fund, manage and lead the planning and disposal process for the Council’s surplus land and buildings, along with four other companies.

2015

  • Telereal Trillium acquires Lands Improvement Group, one of the UK’s leading strategic land development companies
  • Telereal Trillium acquires Wye3 site, part of the former Wye College Campus, Wye, Kent, from Imperial College London

2014

  • Telereal Trillium sells RBS Hyperion portfolio for £550m
  • Telereal Trillium acquires The Merchant Portfolio, comprising four single-let buildings from an undisclosed party
  • Cofely appointed under a new integrated facilities management (IFM) agreement to deliver hard and soft facilities management and project services across Telereal Trillium’s Department for Work and Pensions portfolio, and project services across the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency and Aviva portfolios

2013

  • Telereal Trillium successfully completes seven-year role delivering Birmingham City Council’s award winning portfolio optimisation and workplace transformation programme.
  • Telereal Trillium launched its new Development division, with the Woodcroft, Edinburgh joint venture.

2012

  • Telereal Trillium was shortlisted in the Defence Infrastructure Organisation’s (DIO) search for a potential private sector business partner

2011

  • Signed a new five-year property management services agreement with BT
  • Telereal Trillium sells West Kensington telephone exchange for £50m
  • Telereal Trillium sells former BT/Royal Mail Moorgate site for £35m
  • Telereal Trillium purchases the Flagstaff portfolio, consisting of 35 properties, from Lloyds Banking Group for c£45m

2010

  • Telereal Trillium sells Barclays Bank’s Coventry headquarters for £20.2m

2009

  • Telereal Trillium sells Aviva's Norwich headquarters for £134m
  • Trillium Investment Partners PPP fund sold to Semperian PPP Investment Partners
  • Trillium sold by Land Securities and acquired by Telereal, forming Telereal Trillium

2008

  • Trillium Investment Partners £1.3bn PPP fund established
  • Telereal reappointed by O2 to manage its property portfolio

2007

  • £800m purchase of offices and branches from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) completed with PruPIM
  • Signed portfolio optimisation and workplace transformation contract with Birmingham City Council
  • AMEC's project management division acquired
  • Signed Project Nelson transaction with Royal Mail
  • Secondary Market Infrastructure Fund (SMIF) acquisition completed
  • Completed acquisition of Investors in the Community (IIC)

2006

  • Established joint venture with Investors in the Community (IIC)

2005

  • Signed 20-year property outsourcing deal with the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA)
  • Pears buys remaining 50 per cent interest in Telereal for £300m

2004

  • Signed 25-year asset and FM deal with Norwich Union (Aviva)
  • Signed combined sale and leaseback and leasehold liability transaction with Barclays

2003

  • The Department for Work and Pensions contract extended to include the Employment Services estate

2002

  • £270m portfolio sale completed with R20, a Rotch Property Group subsidiary
  • Telereal begins work with O2 and Airwave

2001

  • White City campus construction contract signed with BBC
  • 30-year, £2.38bn strategic property outsourcing contract signed with BT, creating Telereal, a joint venture between Land Securities Trillium and Pears (The B Pears Trust and William Pears Group)

2000

  • Trillium acquired by Land Securities, becoming Land Securities Trillium

1998

  • Signed a 20-year property and FM outsourcing contract with the Department for Work and Pensions

1997

  • Trillium established to acquire and manage the 26.9m sq ft Department for Work and Pensions estate