Owning more than 8,000 properties, London’s Telereal Trillium furnishes an estimated 1% of Britain’s workforce with a place to work. Launched in 1997, it has grown through buying the estates of big employers, including BT and the DVLA. In 2015, it acquired Lands Improvement Group for £120m, and in 2016 sold High Holborn telephone exchange to a UK pension fund for £43m. Owned by the Pears family, of William Pears Group fame, it is led by chief executive Graham Edwards, 53. Its operating profits of £189.2m are the largest on the table.

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Company details
Year2017
Rank4
CompanyTelereal Trillium
ActivityProperty investor and developer
LocationCentral London
Sales £m*616.2
Operating profit £m*189.2
Main shareholdersPears family and management (100%)
Staff270
Founded1997
Websitewww.telerealtrillium.com

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* supplied by Company   † annualised figure   ‡  profit = ebitda