Battersea Power Station Development Phase II
Battersea Power Station Development, Phase II, London
Battersea Power Station is an iconic London landmark and one of the last major symbols of London’s industrial past. The redevelopment project brings both the Power Station building itself and the surrounding area back to life. The site will be easily accessible through an extension to the Northern Line.
Phase II of the redevelopment project centres on the Power Station building itself, preserving the historic features and character of the building. The redevelopment provides a truly mixed use space with 254 residential units, 58,807m2 (633,000ft2) of offices, 41,405m2 (445,677ft2) of retail, markets and restaurants and 9,290m2 (100,000ft2) of events space as well as a boutique hotel.
A series of villas, apartments and penthouses will be positioned around a garden square above the Boiler House, as well as to either side of the Power Station. Set against the backdrop of the Turbine Halls, the retail zone will provide a unique shopping experience. The entertainment zone on Level 02 of the Boiler House will include a Multiplex Cinema, Conference Centre as well as restaurants and cafes.Office accommodation will be distributed over 6 floors from the fifth floor to tenth floor. Floor plates are arranged around a grand central atrium of 20 metres in width and 80 metres in length.
Mixed use redevelopment
MEP Consultant/ Environmental Consultant
Historic Grade II listed restoration
Natural ventilation strategy
Battersea Power Station Development Company
Wilkinson Eyre/ Benoy
Turner & Townsend
Gardiner & Theobald