has bought London Apple Centre, Tasha Computer, according to
. Under the deal, which was apparently finalized on June 6, Tasha’s existing staff will keep their jobs and Cancom will develop its new, central London-based operation.
The company was sold partly because of Kensington and Chelsea council’s decision to increase the lease fee and rates on the Tasha’s premises, situated on “much sought-after Kensington High Street,” according to Macworld UK. Plus, Tasha managing director Andy Rauf, reportedly wants to retire.
It’s not Cancom’s first Mac related acquisition. They bought Cambridge’s MacLine last November and Mygate the month before.