Model of the 430 acre regeneration area is unveiled at property fair and receives a visit by Boris Johnson
London’s largest regeneration development, Nine Elms, was launched today at MIPIM by Wandsworth council and its developer partners.
A model of the 450 acre regeneration area was unveiled by developers Treasury Holdings, Ballymore, St James Homes, and New Covent Garden, all of whom are behind development sites in Nine Elms.
The scheme was boosted by last month’s announcement that architects KieranTimberlake’s won the design for the new American Embassy, which will be located in the area.
Wandworth council is also considering an application to redevelop the Battersea Power Station site.
Later in the year Berkeley Homes, Ballymore and New Covent Garden hope to submit applications for other, Nine Elms, major sites.