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Specifiers Journal 2016

Specifiers Journal 2016

Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC) Overview Battersea Power Station is at the heart of one of central London’s largest, most visionary and eagerly anticipated new developments, which will see this vast 42 acre former industrial brownfield site – which had been derelict for 30 years – become home to a community of homes, shops, cafes, offices and 18 acres of public space. The £8bn project will see the creation of a vibrant, mixed-use development – and a new town centre for London. It will offer places to live, work, and shop as well as cultural and event spaces interspersed with community facilities, open space and the revitalisation of the Power Station itself. It will transform this waterfront site into an exciting, authentic and attractive new destination for residents and visitors alike around the clock. The Power Station is expected to be open to the public for the first time in over 30 years in 2019. The overall project is divided into seven phases, and a range of specialist architects with different expertise have been brought on board to meet the various requirements for each of these, introducing diversity and interest. Construction work officially began with Phase 1: residential and offices, on Thursday July 4th, 2013 - the eightieth anniversary of this historic building. Work on the Power Station itself started in October 2013. The overall development is anticipated to BPS South West Chimney at 25m - BPS South West Chimney at 25m. Photo: Anthony Coleman be completed in 2025. The Battersea Power Station site is owned by a consortium of Malaysian investors comprising S P Setia, Sime Darby and the Employees’ Provident Fund. The redevelopment of the Battersea Power Station site is part-funding an extension to the Northern Line and will provide new stations at Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station. The underground station will be located on the grounds of the site and is set to become part of a wider public transport hub including river taxi, bus and train connections, increasing accessibility to the area. Phase 1 - Circus West Circus West at Battersea Power Station comprises a mix of residential units and offices, shops, leisure and hospitality across two buildings situated on the western side of the Power Station. January 2013 saw the sales launch of the 866 one, two and three bedroom apartments, townhouses and penthouses, with 75% of residences sold off-plan in the first week – reportedly the fastest selling property development on record in London. Residents will have access to an elevated residents garden, with nearly all apartments having an enclosed 18 SPECIFIERS JOURNAL

‘Winter Garden’ that will provide useable outside space all year around, whilst the penthouses will have private rooftop terraces. Circus West residents will be able to take advantage of a wide range of amenities and services including independent retailers, a boutique theatre, 35,000sq ft of creative business studios, a 15,000sq ft. gym, an indoor swimming pool and a health spa. They will also have access to a 5,000 sq ft private Residents Club – this club will have a bar, private dining space, library, business centre and a cinema. The site will also provide direct access to large areas of adjoining public open space including a new six acre riverside park that will provide direct access to Battersea Park and Chelsea via a new riverside pathway adjoining the existing River Thames Walk. Circus West is designed by Ian Simpson Architects and de Rijke Marsh Morgan (dRMM). Carillion was appointed as the main contractor to deliver Phase 1. Phase 1 - Park view Phase 2 Grade II* Listed Power Station The second phase of the development will see the refurbishment of the Power Station itself, the second largest brick building in Europe and one of the most significant surviving examples of Art Deco architecture, to create a vibrant mixed-use destination. When completed the building will be fully restored and open to the general public. Phase 1 - Lobby entrance SPECIFIERS JOURNAL 19

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