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Florentijn Hofman’s first ever UK commission: at Nine Elms on the South Bank

Monday, 21 July 2014

Totally Thames is delighted to announce Florentijn Hofman’s first ever UK commission. The renowned Dutch artist will create an extraordinary new sculpture to be situated in the River Thames at Nine Elms on the South Bank.

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© 'Rubber Duck' by Florentijn Hofman, 2013

Wanted: architect to design new £40m Thames bridge

Tuesday, 8 July 2014

An international competition to design a new £40m bridge across the Thames could get underway later this year under plans approved last night (July 7) by Wandsworth Council.
The new pedestrian and cycle crossing would connect the rapidly developing Nine Elms on the South Bank district with the historic Pimlico embankment to the [...]

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Battersea Power Station chimneys rebuild programme: Update

Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Battersea Power Station Development Company (“BPSDC”), on behalf of the shareholders, is pleased to confirm that the next milestone on the chimney rebuild programme has been reached with the circular rig that will carry specialist contractors and the equipment to dismantle the South West chimney now in place.

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Justin Phillips, Timothy Jones, Philip Gullett, Cllr Ravi Govindia (from left to right)

Local businesses close-in on Nine Elms contracts

Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Dozens of local businesses met face-to-face with the major buyers from the Nine Elms regeneration programme on Wednesday as they prepare to tender a series of new contracts.

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Meet the buyer

Past is prologue to exciting future: ‘Pop-up’ exhibitions launched on South Bank site

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

National Grid has teamed up with Wandsworth Council’s Arts Team and the local Pump House Gallery to launch two special ‘pop up’ exhibitions at the Battersea Gasholders site.

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Battersea Gasholders pop up exhibition

Christies Fine Arts Warehouse to make way for new homes in Nine Elms

Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Wandsworth Council has approved plans to replace the Christies Fine Arts Warehouse in Nine Elms with a mixed use development including 510 homes and new cultural space.

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