42 Acre Site. 450 Meters of River Thames Frontage.
The revitalisation project is creating over 3 million sq ft of space for shops, restaurants, cafes and offices, as well as over 4,000 new homes, across a 42-acre site on the majestic River Thames. Battersea Power Station is the most eagerly anticipated development in London.
- Sir Gilbert Scott’s original design for Battersea Power Station blends function with masterful modern design.
- Redesigned by Wilkinson Eyre Architects and interiors designed by Michaelis Boyd Associates, residents can live within, aloft or alongside the building.
- There are three sublime roof gardens designed by Andy Sturgeon Landscape and Garden Design.
- Snaking along the western edge of the Power Station sits Circus West, designed by Simpson & Partners and dRMM.
- The homes have been designed by award-winning interior designers Johnson Naylor, fusing luxury with art deco intricacy.
- Detailed additions such as recreations of period light fittings and architectural ironmongery.
- A handful of exclusive penthouses with expansive outdoor living spaces, onlooking iconic London. Designed by world renowned LINLEY Interior Design using only the finest materials and latest cutting-edge designs.
- The Electric Boulevard is an exhilarating new urban landmark built by esteemed Foster + Partners (to the west) and Gehry Partners (to the east).
- An undulating building to the west includes a crisp white facade with a metals and glass contrast.
- 1930’s theme with two high-spec finishes available- both inspired by horizontal tiling design in the iconic Turbine Hall.
- Five buildings to the east of Electric Boulevard, anchored by the ‘Flower’ building.
- Prospect Place is the first permanent residential development in the UK to be designed by Gehry Partners.
- Inspired by billowing sails of ships.
- Each light and airy home is unique due to the undulating facade.
The Battersea Power Station Lifestyle
Live the dream at Battersea Power Station. The contemporary residence will include a Premium concierge service and security, state-of-the-art health and fitness and well-being facilities. Enjoy a natural oasis with integrated parks and Battersea Park just a 15 minute walk away. Opt for the MBNA river bus, Power Bus or new Tube station for ultimate convenience. Be prepared for a bustling and vibrant community, with carefully selected bars, restaurants and retail brands on your doorstep.
Battersea Power Station will become one of the most attractive places to live, work and visit.
The Power Station was sited very carefully when it was built. It was needed close to central London, but had to be right on the river. It had to be very accessible, but not part of London’s congestion. The result is that the Power Station is in the heart of Central London and within five minutes of the Houses of Parliament.
It is firmly within London’s Central Activity Zone, but is also surrounded by the capital’s most desirable residential neighbourhoods parks. With over 400m of direct river frontage, larger than many other regeneration projects, it has a unique and extraordinary prospect.
Battersea Power Station sits at the junction of three important Central London districts and within an expanding transport network.
Chelsea is within walking distance to Battersea Power Station, across the Chelsea Bridge. Home to London’s most fashionable district, Chelsea offers a dizzying array of shops and boutiques, as well as being home to The Royal Hospital Chelsea.
Battersea Park, Battersea Station and Queenstown Road Station are next door, providing frequent rail access to London Victoria and London Waterloo stations. The Vauxhall Nine Elms area, immediately to the east, provides fast access to the City by road and underground network at the Zone 1 Vauxhall transport interchange.
London’s key airports are easily accessed – Heathrow by car along the A4, or by train from Paddington and Gatwick by train from nearby Victoria. The greatest impact will be the completion of the new Northern Line Extension to the London underground network, which will begin at Battersea Power Station and connect into the wider Tube network at Kennington.
Battersea Power Station (Northern Line in 2020)
Nine Elms Station (Northern Line in 2020)
Vauxhall (Southwestern Railway to Central London, Reading, Portsmouth, Bristol, etc) – 20 minute walk
Battersea Park (Southern and London Overground to East London, West London via Clapham Junction, London Victoria, London Gatwick, Brighton) – 5 minute walk
Battersea Power Station (RB1, RB2, RB6)
Bus routes 156, 344 and 436 can take you to Wimbledon, Southeast London, London Waterloo and Whitechapel.
Easy access to London Gatwick, London Heathrow, and London City Airport through rail, bus, and road connections.
‘The Electric Boulevard’ provides a shop-lined wandering route from Zone 1 new London Underground Station at the bone of Power Station itself. Battersea Circus North, East and West encircle The Power Station and links to the Riverfront Park, offering a six-acres public parkl where visitors can stand back and appreciate The Power Station’s scale and design.
Local Authority: London Borough of Wandsworth
Tenure: 997 year lease
Building Insurance: 10 year build warranty by NHBC
Estimated Ground Rent:
Studios – £450 per annum
1 bed – £600 per annum
2 bed – £800 per annum
3 bed – £950 per annum
Penthouse – £1,500 per annum
Estimated Service Charge: Approx. £7.50 – £8.40 per sq ft
Car Parking: Available to purchase with selected units only
Estimated Completion: In stages starting in 2016
Developer: The Battersea Power Station Development Company Ltd.