Competition among the providers of smaller television studios remains “intense”, according to the facilities group .

In an interim management statement released today, Pinewood said the company’s large facilities “remain attractive to producers”.

“As a result television revenues for the period July to November are significantly ahead of the same period in 2010.”

During the period, Pinewood Shepperton hosted Don’t Stop Me Now, Lee Mack’s All Star Cast and The Rob Brydon Show.

Overall trading and revenues for July to November were described as strong, with film revenues in line with the same period last year.

Revenues from the company’s media park, a collection of 300 companies providing equipment and support to the film, television, video games, advertising and photographic industries, were slightly ahead of the same period in 2010.

Peel increased its stake in Pinewood Shepperton in July, when it took its shareholding in the company to 71.1%, with the intention of delisting the facilities group from the London Stock Exchange if it secured a 75% shareholding.

However, with almost all of the shares in Pinewood held by two companies - Peel and Warren James Holdings - Pinewood is now waiting to find out if the Financial Services Authority (FSA) will unilaterally cancel the company’s stock listing.