EMI not selling Abbey Road studios

Iconic studios being 'revitalised'

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EMI has announced that it has no plans to sell Abbey Road studios, following recent reports suggesting that the record company were [url=https://www.uncut.co.uk/news/paul_mccartney/news/13956]planning to offload the iconic studio to help clear debts[/url].

Following the news, several campaigns were started to try and save Abbey Road, with Paul McCartney also giving his support. EMI have since released a statement stating that the company will now not sell the studios, and that it is “holding preliminary discussions for the revitalisation of Abbey Road with interested and appropriate third parties.”

Several campaigns were set up on Facebook in response to the news, it was also reported that Andrew Lloyd Webber was interested in launching a bid, reports BBC News.

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