The rumor about a full scale Millennium Falcon being build at Pinewood was circling the web since September last year. So nothing interesting in that report. The cool thing is that the team continues to depend on the practical side of the VFX by hiring some model makers and prop staff...
According to DenOfGeek:
A full scale Millennium Falcon is being built at Pinewood, as some staff are being offered 7-year contracts, potentially to include Indy 5.
There's been a security clampdown in the prop shop at Pinewood Studios, but we now understand that work is afoot on building a full scale Millennium Falcon there. Furthermore, model makers are also building lightsaber hilts. This would tie into reports that the emphasis is going to be on practical, rather than computer effects wherever possible with future Star Wars films.
Also, we now understand that model makers on the Star Wars project are being recruited on up to seven year contracts, which cover three sequels and three spin-offs.
And just as a reminder, the biggest confirmation that the Falcon will be in Episode 7 came from production designer Doug Chiang from September last year. He hinted that:
"it would be cool to see a female Jedi in the movie and also confirmed that they will be bringing back the things the fans loved including a certain spaceship that was absent from the prequels…"