Battersea Power Station

Waterman has been retained as the lead environmental consultant for the Battersea Power Station and Cringle Dock Development, undertaking Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) services for the planning applications and subsequent Section 73 and Section 96a applications.

Project Details
  • Client:

    Battersea Power Station Development Company

The mixed-use scheme comprises 4,240 new homes together with offices, shops, restaurants, hotels, community and leisure facilities, as well as 18 acres of open space and a Waste Transfer Station. The landmark Grade II* listed Power Station, which forms Phase 2 of the Masterplan, forms the central focus of the scheme and will become Apple’s UK Headquarters in 2021.

Waterman coordinated the EIIA process, working collaboratively with each of the design teams and providing strategic advice on changes and extensions to the outline masterplan permission. This helped to ensure that the EIA approach, the Environmental Statements and addenda prepared were compliant with relevant legislation, whilst meeting commercial aspirations and planning timescales. As part of the co-ordination of the EIAs, Waterman was involved in consultation with the public and statutory consultees.

Waterman provided the following services:

  • Acoustics, Noise & Vibration
  • Air Quality
  • Ecology
  • EIA
  • Flood Risk Assessments
  • Waste Management

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