Battersea Power Station is at the heart of one of central London’s largest new developments.
The £9bn project will see the creation of a vibrant new destination for London, housing a community of homes, shops, cafes, offices, leisure and cultural venues, with over 19 acres of public space.
The outline planning application for the Rafael Vinoly designed masterplan was approved by Wandsworth Council and the Mayor of London in 2010 and subsequently by the Secretary of State. The project is divided into eight phases, each designed by a range of world-renowned architects, with an overarching Placemaking strategy across all phases, accessed here.
Architectural and construction partners
Phase 1: Circus West Village (Complete)
- de Rijke Marsh Morgan
- Carillion (contractor)
Phase 2: The Power Station
- Purcell Architects
- Mace (contractor)
Phase 3A: Electric Boulevard
- Foster+Partners, Field Operations, LDA Design (Battersea Roof Gardens)
- Gehry Partners (Prospect Place)
- Sir Robert McAlpine (contractor)
Phase 4a: Affordable Housing
- Patel Taylor
- Peabody Group