Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station is a residential led mixed-use redevelopment on a 39-acre site which includes the Grade II* listed Battersea Power Station. Regeneration of the Power Station is seen as a catalyst to the wider regeneration of the wider Vauxhall Nine Elms Opportunity Area.

Project Details
  • Client:

    Battersea Power Station Development Company

The outline planning permission for the masterplan, secured in 2011, comprises approximately 3,400 new homes as well as offices, shops, restaurants, hotels, community and leisure space as well as 18 acres of open space.

Waterman were commissioned by Battersea Power Station Development Company to perform an EIA and deliver an Environmental Statement to accompany a Section 73 application for the detailed designs for Phase Two, which included the Grade II* listed Power Station and creation of a new Riverfront Park. We were also retained on Phase Three, designed by the world-renowned architects, Foster & Partners and Gehry Partners. Phase Three, located to the south of the Power Station, will provide more than 1,300 new homes as well as a 160-room hotel, retail spaces, restaurants, leisure facilities and public open space. Phase 3 was the subject of a further Section 73 application submitted in May 2014 and Waterman worked collaboratively with design teams in both the UK and U.S. to deliver further environmental assessment which carefully considered the detailed designs.

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