Are you ready to discover the area that will become the most exciting and innovative new neighbourhood in the world?
Located in Central London and with plans to transform into a powerhouse of creativity, vibrancy and modernity, Battersea will become your dream neighbourhood. To link Battersea residents and visitors with the rest of the London areas, Battersea Power Station area is seamlessly connected via 5 transportation options. Battersea is definitely one of the best-connected developments in the world since journeying to and from it has now become easier and sustainable, putting the area in the spotlight of investors.
Here is the only guide you will need on how to get from and to Battersea whether you’re off to work or out to play.
By London Underground
Two new Zone 1 stations are opening to upgrade transportation links for Battersea Power Station. The Underground tube stations will open at Battersea and Nine Elms by 2020 on the Northern Line extension. The NLE will be London’s first new Tube line since the millennium and based on independent financial reports it will generate substantial economic growth to the Battersea area. Battersea commuters will be able to catch the tube from Battersea Power Station or from Nine Elms, adjacent to the US Embassy and commute to West End or City for less than 15 minutes. The NLE extension will provide high capacity transport links for the Battersea area that is currently becoming London’s next thriving upscale community. Learn more about the Northern Line Extension here.
The Elizabeth Line will open in 2019 and will connect Battersea residents via Tottenham Court Road station with 41 stops all over London town. Tottenham Court Road station can be easily accessed in under 15 minutes by car and from there, passengers can travel to Heathrow in just 45 minutes and reach Canary Wharf in 19 minutes. Learn more about the Elizabeth line here.
Battersea Park and Queenstown Road railway stations provide access to 4 of UK’s busiest transport hubs. Battersea residents can be in Clapham Junction in 3 minutes, in Victoria in 5, in Waterloo in 7 and in London Bridge in 10 minutes time.
By River Bus
For those who like breezy travels, calling at Battersea Power Station pier river buses carry Battersea residents to Central London in just 20 minutes. The Thames Clippers fleet has just launched its service and now all Battersea residents can travel to Canary Wharf in under 40 minutes. Boats will run every 20 minutes making commuting from Battersea, a unique experience since passengers can enjoy the views of the iconic Battersea Power Station. Learn more about the River Bus here.
The Battersea Heliport provides effortless luxury and business travel to Battersea residents who can reach the heliport within 15 minutes by car or chauffeur-driven cars. Learn more about the Heliport here.
Battersea residents can catch the 137 bus that runs every 7 minutes from Queenstown Road Station to Sloane Square Station or the 344 bus from Macduff Road to Vauxhall Station Bus station and hop on the 87 bus to access Trafalgar Square in 15 minutes.
Battersea’s vibrant community will soon bloom to be a hub for a dynamic business environment, an elite residential area with luxury amenities and an electric centre of arts. The Battersea Power station zone will be at the heart of these transportation options reinforcing its position on the investors’ maps.
If you are looking to purchase property in London’s hottest upcoming residential and commercial neighbourhood the time is now. Call our dedicated team today on +44 (0) 207 258 6150 to arrange a private viewing.