KPF, Second London Wall and Montagu Evans among firms selected for massive regeneration scheme
The Chinese developer of the £400m One Nine Elms development has confirmed the project team that will lead the massive regeneration scheme.
Wanda One (UK) said this week it had appointed architect KPF to the development, along with project manager Second London Wall.
Montagu Evans have been appointed to provide planning advice and AKT II and Grontmij have been appointed as structural and services engineers respectively. Wanda also announced the appointments of former Qatari Diar executive Peter Amato and Luit Hazarika as development director and design directors respectively.
The development will consist of two towers measuring 200m and 160m, including 439 private residential units, 52 affordable housing units and a 187-room, five-star luxury hotel.
The development sits on the Thames riverfront at the eastern end of the Nine Elms regeneration area, near Vauxhall Bridge.
Wanda One (UK) is the subsidiary of China’s biggest property investment and development company Dalian Wanda, and has been set up to deliver One Nine Elms.