Development site status

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  1. Under construction
  1. Application approved
  1. Application submitted
  1. Pre-development
  • 01

    Riverlight - St James Group Ltd

  • 02

    Battersea Power Station - Battersea Power Station Development Company

  • 03

    The Corniche - St James Group Ltd

  • 04

    New Covent Garden Market - Covent Garden Market Authority / VINCI and St. Modwen (VSM)

  • 05

    One Nine Elms - Dalian Wanda Group

  • 06

    Nine Elms Point - Sainsbury's Supermarket Ltd and Barratt London

  • 07

    Vauxhall Square - Vauxhall Cross Ltd a subsidiary of CLS Holdings Plc

  • 08

    Battersea Gardens - St James Group

  • 09

    Merano Residences - St James Group Ltd

  • 10

    Spring Mews - Spring Mews Ltd, a subsidiary of CLS Holdings Plc

  • 11

    40-42 Ponton Road - Bellway

  • 12

    Chelsea Bridge Wharf - St James Group Ltd

  • 13

    St George's Wharf

  • 14

    South Lambeth Place

  • 15

    Embassy Gardens - Ballymore Group

  • 16

    Nine Elms Vista - Berkeley Group

  • 17

    Nine Elms Parkside - Royal Mail Group

  • 18

    Sky Gardens - Fraser Properties

  • 19

    US Embassy - US Government

  • 20

    Vauxhall Cross - Wendover

  • 21

    New Bondway - Citygrove and Mclaren

  • 22

    Keybridge House - British Telecom

  • 23

    Battersea Park East – Taylor Wimpey Central London and Addition Land

  • 24

    Battersea Crest - Sleaford Street Management Company and Dairy Crest

  • 25

    London Fire Brigade HQ

  • 26

    South Lambeth Road

  • 04

    New Covent Garden Market - Covent Garden Market Authority / VINCI and St Modwen (VSM)

  • 04

    New Covent Garden Market - Covent Garden Market Authority / VINCI and St Modwen (VSM)

  • 15

    Embassy Gardens

  • Northern Line Extension 1

    Northern Line Extension 1

  • Northern Line Extension 2

    Northern Line Extension 2

Interactive Map

Hover over the points on the map to see which developments are planned and their current status. Click on each point to find out more about that site.

At 195 hectares, Nine Elms on the South Bank is by far the largest regeneration zone in central London and includes parts of the London boroughs of Wandsworth and Lambeth. The area includes more than 20 interconnected development sites which have begun to transform the face of this largely industrial district.

The interactive map above shows the extent of the regeneration area, stretching from Chelsea Bridge in the west, through East Battersea, Nine Elms and Vauxhall up through to Lambeth Bridge on Albert Embankment. The proximity to the rest of central London is evident, being less than a mile from the Houses of Parliament and easily accessible by tube, rail and bus networks.

The map also shows the major regeneration sites in various stages of development. Highlighting each site will reveal further information about the detailed plans for each development.

Nine Elms from above looking east along the river

Riverlight - St James Group Ltd

A word from the developer:

“Occupying a prime riverfront location in the first phase of the regeneration of Nine Elms on the South Bank, Riverlight is an architectural classic of the future created by world-renowned architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners. Offering a range of accommodation within six modern and elegant pavilions specifically designed to maximise the sunlight within and optimise the views out. All apartments have private terraces, creating a genuinely integrated inside and outside living space.

Riverlight offers a vibrant mix of leisure and retail facilities at street level including restaurants, cafes, bars, a crèche and a public art gallery. 75% of the site is dedicated to open space with landscaped gardens, a pocket park, a riverside walkway and a piazza. There’s also an exclusive residents’ clubhouse featuring a state of the art gymnasium, swimming pool and holistic spa, a digital entertainment suite with private cinema and virtual golf, and spacious lounge and library area.

Established in 1996 and a fully owned subsidiary of The Berkeley Group, St James is an award-winning, design conscious, creative and sustainable developer with a record of culturally successful and diverse projects.

St James develops to exacting standards. Whether in private and affordable housing, commercial property or recreational and community facilities, our creative solutions deliver every aspect of responsible and sustainable, mixed-use development. We consistently strive to put the customer at the heart of our operations, focusing on the principal delivery objectives of design quality, construction and service.”

Factfile

Developer St James Group Ltd
Architect Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Site size 2.02 hectares
Homes 811
Commercial space 3,087 sq m
Public open space 10,926 sq m (over 60% of the site)
Development status Construction started 09/2011
Anticipated first phase completion Quarter 3, 2014
Contact

Kathryn McCombe

St James Group Ltd
kathryn.mccombe@stjames.co.uk

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Battersea Power Station - Battersea Power Station Development Company

A word from the developer:

“Battersea Power Station is the greatest riverside development opportunity in central London. The redevelopment of the site will create 3,800 new homes (private and affordable), 160,000 sq m of new office space, 56,000 sq m of retail and covers nine hectares of public realm.

The masterplan’s vision is to form a new, cosmopolitan, 24-hour creative district, well connected to the City and the West End, where culture integrates with business and commerce.

A pedestrian high street and town square would be created, with space set aside for new shops, restaurants, bars, cafes, a hotel, cinema and other community uses.

A new section of the Thames Path is to be created along with a five acre riverside park immediately in front on the power station. Other outdoor recreation spaces would be provided as well as cycle paths and pedestrian walkways. A new passenger pier would also be created.

A new Northern line Tube station would be built on the site – connecting the western end of the regeneration area to the London Underground network.”

Factfile

Developer Battersea Power Station Development Company
Architect Rafael Viñoly
Site size 15.8 hectares
Commercial space Circa 317,000 sq m
Homes Circa 3,800
Public open space Circa 80,000 sq m
Building heights Up to 60 m, excluding the power station chimneys
Development status Under construction
Website www.battersea-powerstation.com
 

 

 

 

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The Corniche - St James Group Ltd

A word from the developer:

A stunning new riverside development designed by Foster + Partners and situated in the heart of one of the UK’s largest and most exciting regeneration projects. This development will boast magnificent views of some of London’s most iconic landmarks including the Houses of Parliament, Battersea Power Station, The City and London Bridge. The Corniche will offer a selection of luxurious one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses including a unique range of facilities for residents

Established in 1996 and a fully owned subsidiary of The Berkeley Group, St James is an award-winning, design conscious, creative and sustainable developer with a record of culturally successful and diverse projects.”

Factfile

Developer St James Group Ltd
Architect Foster + Partners
Homes 252
Commercial space 1,576 sq m
Public open space 1,124 sq m
Building heights 13 to 27 storeys
Development status Under construction 
Anticipated first phase completion 2017
Contact

Kathryn McCombe

kathryn.mccombe@stjames.co.uk

 

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New Covent Garden Market - Covent Garden Market Authority / VINCI and St. Modwen (VSM)

A word from the developer:

“New Covent Garden Market (NCGM) is the UK’s largest fruit, vegetable and flower market, with around 200 tenant business employing 2,500 people.  The market is managed by the Covent Garden Market Authority (CGMA) and occupies a 57 acre site in Vauxhall, at the heart of the Nine Elms regeneration area.

In January 2013 CGMA signed a Development Agreement with VSM, a 50/50 joint venture between VINCI and St Modwen, following an extensive procurement process to secure a development partner to lead the redevelopment of the entire site. 

VSM has now submitted a planning application to the London Borough of Wandsworth which build on the planning permission already secured by CGMA in 2012. The plans will deliver over 500,000 sq ft of modern market facilities consolidated on one site for the 200 tenant businesses. This will sit alongside a new Food Quarter part of the new market, known as The Garden at New Covent Garden Market. The development releases 20 acres of surplus land which will be transformed into a high quality residential neighbourhood benefitting from fantastic riverside views and comprising approximately 3,000 new homes, 135,000 sq ft of new office space and 100,000 sq ft of retail, leisure and new community facilities, including shops, cafes and restaurants.

The entire scheme will be set alongside a new linear park for the area alongside the river and stretching from Vauxhall to Battersea Power Station via the new American and Netherlands Embassies. This major Opportunity Area will also benefit from the extension of the Northern Line and the opening of two new tube stations, meaning the majority of people living and working in the area will be within five minutes’ walk of a tube station.”

Factfile

   

Landowner / Development partner The Covent Garden Market Authority / VINCI St. Modwen )
Architect Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, Inc. (SOM) and Building Design Partnership (BDP)
Homes Approx. 3,000
Public open space 1.38 ha
Building heights to be confirmed, subject to planning
Development status Revised planning application submitted May 2014
Website www.vsm-ncgm.co.uk

 

 

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One Nine Elms - Dalian Wanda Group

A word from the developer:

“Located at the gateway to Nine Elms on the South Bank, the landmark ‘One Nine Elms’ riverside development will support residential, office, hotel and retail space. Nearly 500 new high-specification homes will be built offering modern living over a mix of unit layouts and sizes, with far-reaching views of central London. The newly-designed public realm will provide improved flow through the site connecting the surrounding streets and the existing and improved open space.

The development has been designed by international Architects KPF. The scheme will provide the landmark entrance to the new linear park, and on completion will be one of the tallest residential towers in the UK.

Apartments will be afforded stunning, panoramic views across London and the River Thames. Residents will enjoy a Skybridge at the 26th floor linking the two towers, and providing a swimming pool and spa, residents lounge and other amenities.

The Development is programmed to be one of the first residential schemes to be completed at Vauxhall, after One St George Wharf.

Factfile

Developers Dalian Wanda Group
Architect Kohn Pedersen Fox
Site 0.8 hectares
Number of Homes 487
Commercial space 23,824 sq m
Public open space Over 50% of the site is given over to open space
Building heights City Tower 200 m (58 Storeys) and River Tower 160 m (43 storeys)
Development status Planning consent granted 06/2012
Anticipated construction start 2014
Anticipated first phase completion 2016
Anticipated final completion 2018
Website www.onenineelms.com

 

 

One Nine Elms at night
One Nine Elms commercial space
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Nine Elms Point - Sainsbury's Supermarket Ltd and Barratt London

A word from the developer:

“Nine Elms Point is a major landmark development adjoining the proposed Nine Elms Underground Station on the Northern Line and comprises a new Sainsbury’s foodstore above and around the residential buildings, which rise from 7 to 37 storeys.

The development is a joint venture between L&Q and Barratt London in partnership with Sainsbury’s Supermarket Limited. Planning permission was granted in November 2013 for the development designed by Rolfe Judd Architects for the new foodstore, together with 645 apartments, retail and commercial floor space.”

Factfile

Developer Sainsbury’s Supermarket Ltd and Barratt London
Architect Rolfe Judd
Site 1.76 hectares
Homes 645
Commercial space 114,000 sqft
Development status Planning application approved
Anticipated final completion

Sainsbury’s store – Spring 2016

Whole project – September 2019

Website www.sainsburys-nineelms.co.uk
Contact

Greg Tillotson, Regional Development Director, Barratt London
E: greg.tillotson@barrattlondon.com
T: 020 8522 5500
www.barrattlondondevelopments.com

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Vauxhall Square - Vauxhall Cross Ltd a subsidiary of CLS Holdings Plc

A word from the developer:

“Vauxhall Square will be a striking, truly mixed-use, commercial and community hub: bringing much needed leisure and retail facilities to the heart of Vauxhall and creating a place where people want to live. Characterised by two elegant 50 storey towers, the development will provide important public realm improvements linking Vauxhall Square with the adjacent transport interchange, proposed Linear Park and creating a multi-use space at the scheme’s heart: Vauxhall’s first leisure focused public square since the 18th Century.

The scheme has recently been amended as part of the post-submission consultation to increase the size of the main public square, amount of affordable housing and office space while the number of hotel and student beds have reduced. The 4 screen cinema, restaurants, cafés and shops remain and the homeless hostel will be relocated to a new, modern purpose-built premises. It has now been granted planning consent by Lambeth Council.”

Factfile

Landowner

Vauxhall Cross Ltd a subsidiary of CLS Holdings Plc

Architect

Allies & Morrison

Site

1.85 hectares

Homes

520 plus a 50 bed homeless hostel

Commercial space

22,732 sq m  office, 3,119 sq m A1-A5 retail, 401 hotel beds in two buildings, and multi screen cinema

Public open space

3,200 sq m main public square, children’s play space and a community pavilion building

Building heights

Circa 164m

Development status

Planning application approved

Anticipated construction start

03/2015

Anticipated first phase completion

Winter 2017/18

Anticipated final completion

Winter 2020

Website

www.vauxhallsquare.co.uk

Contact

Muireann O’Donnell

0207 582 7766
modonnell@clsholdings.com

 

Battersea Gardens - St James Group

A word from the developer:

“The gasholder site represents one of the major regeneration opportunities in the Nine Elms Opportunity Area and its redevelopment will help link the major schemes planned to the east, including the Battersea Power Station proposals and the US Embassy site, with the existing communities to the west.

The site is ideally located for mixed-use development. It is easily accessible by train – Battersea Park station is immediately adjacent and Queenstown Road station is just a short walk away – as well as by bus, foot, cycle and car. Battersea Park, one of London’s green lungs, is just over 100 metres from the gasholders and the local community around the site is well established. Shops, schools, health facilities, cafés and restaurants are all within an easy walk.

After more than 100 years in active use, the prominent gasholders that occupy a prime 2.1 hectares site at the junction of Prince of Wales Drive and Queenstown Road have now been decommissioned.

Demolition and remediation of the gasholder site is underway.”

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Merano Residences - St James Group Ltd

A word from the developer:

“Eastbury House is located in a prime location on the South Bank of the River Thames, directly opposite Tate Britain. World renowned architects Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners have designed a high quality, mixed-use development, including apartments, offices and a cafe. The building is formed of three stepped bays, providing a dynamic skyline of varying heights.

At the base of the building, a four-storey public space will be created offering a café and access through to Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens via Tinworth Street. The height of this public space is on par with the neighbouring Rose Pub which is part of the Albert Embankment conservation area. This project will create a strong visual presence along the riverfront and act as a gateway to east Lambeth as well as a natural gathering space, overlooking Albert Embankment Gardens. This space will become a focus for both the general public and building occupants, whether they are residents, workers or simply passersby stopping to use the cafe.

Established in 1996 and a fully owned subsidiary of The Berkeley Group, St James is an award-winning, design conscious, creative and sustainable developer with a record of culturally successful and diverse projects.

St James develops to exacting standards. Whether in private and affordable housing, commercial property or recreational and community facilities, our creative solutions deliver every aspect of responsible and sustainable, mixed-use development. We consistently strive to put the customer at the heart of our operations, focusing on the principal delivery objectives of design quality, construction and service.”

Factfile

Developer St James Group Ltd
Architect Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Homes 40
Commercial space circa 935 sq m
Public open space circa 130 sq m
Development status Under construction
Anticipated first phase completion 2017
Contact details for enquiries  kathryn.mccombe@stjames.co.uk

 

 

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Eastbury House

Spring Mews - Spring Mews Ltd, a subsidiary of CLS Holdings Plc

A word from the developer:

“CLS Holdings Plc achieved planning permission in May 2012 to create Spring Mews; a vibrant student-led scheme overlooking the green open spaces of Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens. A convenience retail unit and flexible office space are planned to complement and support a new Community Centre, 399 Bed Student hub and Boutique Hotel. The development is expected to open in late 2014.

Key features – new community centre and café, 120-bed hotel, flexible business / studio space facing onto Tinworth Street and Spring Mews, small convenience shopping foodstore, 399 student rooms and communal facilities.”

Factfile

Landowner Spring Mews Ltd, a subsidiary of CLS Holdings plc
Architect The Manser Practice Architects
Site 0.78 hectares
Homes 399 student units
Commercial space 5519sq m
Public open space New Mews linking Tinworth Street with Glasshouse Walk
Building heights 26m
Development status Demolition started 08/2012
Anticipated final completion Winter 2014
Website www.springmews.co.uk
Contact

Muireann O’Donnell

CLS Holdings Plc
020 7 582 7766
modonnell@clsholdings.com

 

 

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40-42 Ponton Road - Bellway

A word from the developer:

“An invited competition winning scheme for the development of 513 residential apartments on a prominent site within Nine ELms on the South Bank.  The site has been split into two plots with GRID appointed to design the eastern parcel and Maccreanor Lavington the western parcel of the site. The project maximises and captures river views across the new linear park and American Embassy.”

Factfile

Landowner Bellway Homes
Architect GRID/Maccreanor Lavington
Site 1.08 hectares
Homes 513
Commercial space 2,475 sq m
Development status Application submitted
Anticipated final completion 2018
Website www.bellway.co.uk
Contact details for enquires

 tom.harris@bellway.co.uk

 

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Chelsea Bridge Wharf - St James Group Ltd

Details of this development are coming soon.

St George's Wharf

Details of this development are coming soon.

South Lambeth Place

Details of this development are coming soon.

Embassy Gardens - Ballymore Group

A word from the developer:

“With the new architecturally stunning US Embassy at its heart and an enviable location on the banks of the Thames, Embassy Gardens represents a new era of residential development and neighbourhood planning: an entirely new waterside district in central London.

Master planned by eminent architect Sir Terry Farrell, Embassy Gardens will span more than 6 hectares and is strongly influenced by the architectural style of New York’s meatpacking district and London’s Victorian and Edwardian mansion blocks to create a distinctive style for London’s newest landmark destination.

A key element of the overall masterplan for Nine Elms on the South Bank is the linear park which runs the length of Embassy Gardens and ends at Battersea Park. It will create beautiful, green open spaces, gardens and walkways delivering a unique combination of well thought-through landscaped outdoor space with inspiring building design and architectural excellence.

Stunning landscaped gardens, a riverfront walk offering enhanced access to the River Thames and the vibrancy of bars and restaurants will provide a variety of al fresco spaces for relaxation and enjoyment.”

Factfile

Developer Ballymore Group
Architect Sir Terry Farrell (masterplan) Allford Hall Monaghan Morris, Fielden Clegg Bradley and Arup
Site size 6 hectares
Homes 1,982
Commercial space 63,870 sq m
Building heights Up to 68m
Development status Construction started
Anticipated first phase completion 2014
Anticipated final completion 2015
Contact

Embassy Gardens
0207 0628940

 

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Nine Elms Vista - Berkeley Group

A word from the developer:

“A vibrant mixed-use development including both private and affordable housing, office and retail space and basement car parking will see open landscaped areas, including a sunken garden, and a tremendous range of leisure activities available within the nearby Battersea Park.

Homes will benefit from panoramic views of Battersea Park from generous roof terraces together with sweeping views of the iconic Battersea Power Station.

A new pedestrian walkway would run through the development alongside a public garden, public courtyard and outdoor children’s play areas.

A total of 607 cycle parking spaces will be provided on the site and 141 car parking bays. Three spaces will be set aside for car club vehicles.”

Factfile

Developer Berkeley Group
Architect Scott Brownrigg
Homes 456
Commercial space 1,257
Development status Planning consent granted 01/2012

 

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Nine Elms Parkside - Royal Mail Group

A word from the developer:

“Nine Elms Parkside is an exciting opportunity for redevelopment around a key section of the planned linear park, providing homes, commercial, retail and leisure space, as well as a primary school for the vicinity. The park runs through the centre of the site and is connected to Nine Elms Square, a new public space on Nine Elms Lane.

A sports hall and outdoor sports pitches would be created which would be used by the new school and the wider community. There will also be 2,414 cycle parking spaces across the site.

The scheme’s masterplan, by Allies & Morrison Architects, would create seven distinct plots with buildings ranging in height from 5 to 23 storeys.

The development is set around new public squares, courtyards, gardens and a new 1.3 hectare public park which would run the full length of the site from east to west.

This new green space will form a key link in the Nine Elms linear park – a continuous green corridor that will run right the way through Nine Elms, from Battersea Park in the west to Vauxhall Cross in the east.”

Factfile

Landowner Royal Mail Group
Architect Allies and Morrison
Site size 0.8 hectares
Homes 1,870
Commercial space 25,359 sq m
Public open space 1.34 hectares
Building heights 5 to 23 storeys
Development status Planning application approved 03/2012

 

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Sky Gardens - Fraser Properties

SkyGardens Nine Elms is a breathtaking statement of contemporary urban living in one of London’s best connected and emerging riverside neighbourhoods. A landmark collection of apartments and enclosed gardens high above the capital. SkyGardens boasts an array of totally unique characteristics, though none more striking both inside and out than the communal gardens situated on the 8th and 35th floor. These wonderful gardens will be designed and landscaped by award winning Gillespies.

Estimated completion during Q1 2016

US Embassy - US Government

A word from the developer:

“The US Embassy is moving from Grosvenor Square south of the River Thames and will be a major catalyst in the creation of Nine Elms on the South Bank, combining sustainable design with all the requirements of its function.

Located in the heart of the Nine Elms site, the surrounding area will be developed into an urban park. The Embassy is bounded by a courtyard as well as series of gardens and a lawn events space and promenade. Three entry pavilions at the perimeter of the site have been developed as symbolic gateways to the embassy site. The landscape has been refined to optimise its relationships to both the embassy itself and external spaces in the adjacent public realm.”

Factfile

Landowner US Government
Architect Kieran Timberlake
Site size 2.18 hectares
Development status Enabling works underway
Anticipated final completion 2017

 

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Vauxhall Cross - Wendover

A word from the developer:

“The most exciting new chapter in the transformation of Central London with the creation of a completely new district with Vauxhall at its heart.  Michael Squire’s stunning towers in the heart of Vauxhall are at the forefront of this extraordinarily changing landscape.  Vauxhall Cross sits at the heart of the transport interchange creating unparalled connectivity by land and Overground and Underground rail to the heart of the West End and City within minutes.  The hotel and office will create a hub of activity and a sense of place above which the private apartments will offer commanding views from the 15th floor and above across one of the global cities of the moment.”

 

Factfile

Development name

Vauxhall Cross

Landowner / Developer

Wendover Investments Ltd

Site size

0.3704 hectares (0.92 acres)

Commercial space

  • 179 Room Hotel (9,941 sq m)
  • 2,420 sq m (Class B1 office space)
  • 627 sq m commercial (Class A1-A5)
  • 1,539 sq m community space (Class D1/D2)

Number of Homes

291 Apartments

Building heights

  • Tower A – 40 Storeys  and 140 metres in height (145.5 m AOD)
  • Tower B – 32 storeys and 115 metres in height (120 m AOD)

Development status

Pre-construction

Date start on site

Expected 2014

Anticipated date of first phase completion

2019

Anticipated date of final completion

2020

Architect

Squire and Partners

Development Value

£400 million 

Key features

Two stunningly designed towers in the heart of Vauxhall providing offices, hotel, homes and retail in the centre of the transport hub with a new Underground entrance located within the public realm.

Contact details for enquires

  • Charles Dugdale, Knight Frank – +44 20 7861 5411
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Vauxhall Cross at night - Wendover

New Bondway - Citygrove and Mclaren

A word from the developer:

“The mixed-use development will sit within the north-east edge of the cluster. Respectful of its context, the proposal’s slender proportions are apparent from local and distant views, achieving a sense of identity whilst responding to the adjacent buildings.

In a deliberate step away from the two tower format of many other developments in the Vauxhall tall buildings cluster, New Bondway consists of three distinct elements: a single slender north tower, a significantly lower south block and a striking glazed horizontal office element bridging the two. This balanced composition creates impressive views from every aspect of the development, delivering light and public realm at ground level whilst incorporating significant areas of roof terraces for the residents.

The development will provide an attractively landscaped public realm with new pedestrian routes through the site and adjacent to the railway viaduct. New Bondway will enhance the pedestrian experience and will offer places for relaxation and play. Its courtyard will be supported by retail units and cafés – with the potential longer term, for similar facilities to be developed within the arches of the railway viaduct.”

Keybridge House - British Telecom

A word from the developer:

“The scheme includes 379 apartments & maisonettes with sizes varying from studio and 1 bed flats to 4 bed maisonettes across the site, as well as 5 new shops on South Lambeth Road and 26,400 sq ft of new work space

Central to the success of the new development will be the new public and private outside spaces and the way they are linked internally and with the rest of the community.
The site will be opened up by a series of pedestrian routes crossing through the site with new spaces created including:
• A new public square alongside St Anne and All Saints Church
• A new publicly accessible garden area through the centre of the site
• Raised communal courtyard gardens and terraces for the mansion blocks

As St Anne and All Saints Church is sometimes overshadowed by the existing building, one of the objectives is to provide the church with its own space in order to allow it to have a stronger presence within the local area.

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Battersea Park East – Taylor Wimpey Central London and Addition Land

A word from the developer:

“Located at the gateway to Nine Elms on the South Bank, the Battersea Park East Development will deliver a range of high quality and bespoke residential houses and apartments (comprising a mix of tenure types) together with a new 2 Form entry school building including early years for St Mary’s RC School, shops, offices, restaurants and new public open space.   The scheme will reinvigorate the currently impervious land in front of Battersea Park Road Station with a pedestrian link through to Queenstown Road Station and the creation of a new and vibrant public realm.  

With an international reputation for design quality, award winning architects Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios have been commissioned by Taylor Wimpey Central London and Addition Land to develop the architectural proposals for the site. 

The development proposals include an increase in size and improvement in facilities for St Mary’s RC Primary School. The inclusion of a new courtyard play space, a Multi-Use Games Area and an entirely new school hall will allow for a variety of activities and abilities for the children of St Mary’s RC who range from 3 to 11 years. 

The new walkway connecting Battersea Park Road Station and Queenstown Road Station will introduce safe pedestrian travel through the new development.

 

Factfile

Developer Taylor Wimpey Central London, Addition Land, the Archdiocese of Southwark and Network Rail
Architect Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios
Site size 1.81 hectares
Homes circa 300
Commercial space circa 4,000 sq m
Building heights 3, 4, 7, 9, 12, 14 and 18 storeys
Development status Pre-development
Anticipated construction start Q1 2015
Anticipated final completion Q1 2019
Website

www.batterseaparkeast.co.uk

Battersea Crest - Sleaford Street Management Company and Dairy Crest

A word from the developer:

“Adjoining landowners Sleaford Street Management Company and Dairy Crest have teamed up to promote a mixed use development on this 1.04 hectare (2.57 acre) site close to New Covent Garden Market.

“The site currently comprises a small unit industrial estate and milk delivery depot and the proposed scheme will provide around 300 residential units, 1,394 sq m (15,000 sq ft) GIA of commercial space including B1 starter units and associated car parking. The scheme will also include a pedestrian walkway/cycle path and public square.

“The site is currently in the pre-planning process and an application is expected to be made in Q1 2013.”

Factfile

Landowner

Sleaford Street Management Company & Dairy Crest

Architect

Stephen Davy Peter Smith Architects

Site

1.04 hectares (2.57 acre)

Homes

c 300

Commercial space

1,394 sq m (15,000 sq ft)

Public open space

TBC

Building heights

A range from 4 – 18 storeys, majority 8 – 10 storeys

Development status

Application submitted

Contact

Paul Koopman
Koopmans
01923 853749
paulk@koopmans.co.uk
Duncan Good
Miles Commercial
0207590 8952
duncan@milescommercial.co.uk

 

London Fire Brigade HQ

Details of this development are coming soon.

South Lambeth Road

Details of this development are coming soon.

The Northern Line Extension

The Northern line extension (NLE) from Kennington will provide the fast, high capacity transport link needed to support a major increase in the number of residents and businesses based in Nine Elms on the South Bank. It would provide two new tube stops within the area – one would be located on Wandsworth Road and another at Battersea Power Station.

The Government has confirmed a £1bn loan guarantee to fund the scheme and Transport for London will make a formal planning application under the Transport and Works Act in 2013. The new stations could open by 2019. The loan would be repaid through a levy on the area’s development sites and through future growth in business rates revenue. Three years of detailed planning and design work are already been complete and the scheme received widespread backing during its first and second round public consultations. 

Find out more about the plans to extend the Northern line on the TFL website.

Driving Growth

An independent study by leading economic consultancy Volterra has concluded that the wider economic benefits of extending the Northern line would pay for the scheme between three and nine times over. 

The Volterra’s economic benefits study concluded that the new Tube link would:

  • expand the Central London Activity Zone – one of the most productive commercial districts in the world.
  • generate up to £7.9bn in wider economic benefits and up to £4.5 billion in additional tax revenue for the Exchequer.
  • repay the money spent delivering the NLE between three and nine times over through increased economic outputs and increased foreign investment in the UK .
  • more than treble the number new of jobs created in the area – up to 25,000
  • provide capacity for 16,000 new homes in the area
NLE route
Northern Line Extension map
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