This leaves me flabbergasted. BPP's core competencies are in teaching. Its track record shows that it is better than many public universities at delivering professionally-focused programmes in a professional way. But what background does it have in estates, procurement, IT and facilities management? They don't even have a campus of their own. Their existing business model relies on a distributed set of small, city-centre training venues (not that I'm knocking that, it seems like a really powerful business model, I just don't see how it demonstrates the core competencies to run a leafy suburban university campus).
I can't see anything specific on the BPP site, so maybe this is just loose talk. On the other hand there's a temptation to put this together with what Jon Baldwin has been saying and make conclusions, and I can't wholly resist that temptation.