At its peak, Battersea Power Station was supplying a fifth of London's electricity. After decades of sitting empty and falling into a state of dereliction the iconic Grade II* listed building and surrounding area is being brought back to life thank to Malaysian shareholders as one of the most exciting and innovative mixed-use neighbourhoods in the world.

The wider scheme has been divided into eight phases, each designed by world-renowned architects.

Construction begun on Phase 1 in July 2013 (and completed in 2017) with all phases due to complete in the late 2020s. The site occupies 42 acres and when complete will include 3 million sq. ft. of commercial space, over 250 shops, a 2,000 capacity event space, over 4,000 homes and a new public park. In the wider area there will also be an extension to the Northern Line that will provide two new stations, Nine Elms & Battersea Power Station, which are due to open during 2021.

Mace Project Offices
Battersea Power Station
Gate 36A
Cringle Street

Battersea Power Station Phase 2 - Regeneration of the Power Station.

Sir Giles Gilbert Scott’s 1920s design elevated what was a functional building to what has become regarded as an Art Deco masterpiece. For its new incarnation, the architects WilkinsonEyre approached the restoration of the Power Station with the requisite amount of care, paying homage to its history but infusing it with a 21st-century sensibility.

Mace are the Construction Manager on Phase 2 and are overseeing the works that are taking place within the Power Station. This is arguably the most famous area of the wider scheme which when it is complete will include:

253 apartments

Apple’s London Campus (circa 500,000 sq. ft) and business members club, No18, taking a further 40,000 sq ft of office space

3 levels of retail space

2000 events space

18,500 sq. ft Food Hall

A Chimney Lift experience

A 6-acre park between the station and the river walk.

Suzanne Hardy

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