Northern line extension (NLE) 

Battersea Power Station has now handed over a large area of the site, shaded on the plan below, to Transport for London (TfL) to enable them to build the new Underground station and tube line. Tunnelling machines have now set out from the site on their journey to Kennington, and it is anticipated that the new line will be ready in 2021.

As Battersea Power Station no longer has any control over this area of the site we are unable to respond to enquiries about these works.

Enquiries relating to the progress of TfL’s works on site should be directed to Ferrovial Laing O’Rourke (FLO) who can be contacted on 0343 222 2424 or via email at

Progression on Circus West Village (Phase 1) 

More than 1000 people live in Circus West, and residents continue to move in to the apartments alongside the River Thames. A range of shops (including Battersea General Store), bars, and restaurants are also now open. The Village Hall has also opened and is hosting a wide range of events. A section of riverside park, reached along the riverwalk, via Grosvenor Arch, is now open to the public and hosting a lively programme of pop-up events.

Find out more at our Build Battersea Neighbourhood Group meetings
Our Build Battersea Neighbourhood Group meetings take place every two months to provide the opportunity for neighbours to ask our contractors questions about the construction programme. To find out more and to register your interest in attending the next meeting, please email or call 0800 088 4570.

Click here to download our latest Build Battersea newsletter.

How to contact us

There are a number of ways to keep in touch or for any queries which are not related to the NLE works:

General working hours on site 
In agreement with London Borough of Wandsworth these are:

  • Monday to Friday: 8am to 8pm

  • Saturday: 8am to 5pm

  • Sunday and Bank Holidays: works subject to prior approval by the Council

Agreed out-of-hours works

The London Borough of Wandsworth has agreed that works can take place overnight around the Power Station between the hours of 8pm and 8am, including on Saturday and Sunday. Measures are in place to minimise disturbance to our neighbours and the Construction Managers frequently review planned louder works so that they can be carried out during general site working hours.

Are you interested in working at Battersea Power Station?

For more information on employment opportunities in construction at Battersea Power Station please contact Karen Gray, Employer Engagement Manager at Battersea Power Station, by emailing

Respecting our community

All phases at Battersea Power Station are signed up to the Considerate Constructors Scheme to ensure that everything possible is done to be good neighbours. This includes monitoring noise, ensuring that dust is suppressed on site and that lorries arrive and leave site in a considerate way.

As a Client Partner of the Considerate Constructors Scheme, Battersea Power Station aims to ensure all contractors working on site adhere to the Code of Considerate Practice, which includes an emphasis on respecting the community

What is the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS)? 

This is a code of considerate practice that commits our sites and the companies and suppliers registered with the scheme to care about appearance, respect the community, protect the environment, secure everyone’s safety and value their workforce.  The aim is to improve the image of construction.


The construction industry has a huge impact on all our lives, with most construction work taking place in sensitive locations. We want to promote a positive image across the whole industry.


Sites are regularly monitored for health and safety, workforce well-being, as well as environmental and community impacts.

You can find out more about the Considerate Constructors Scheme by clicking through here to their website.


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