Wandsworth council receive planning application for £5.5bn revamp of London landmark
A planning application for the Viñoly-designed redevelopment of Battersea Power Station has been submitted to Wandsworth council.
The owners of the London landmark, Treasury Holdings, have lodged an application for the £5.5bn revamp, which would see 3,700 homes built on the 40 acre site on the banks of the Thames.
If given the green light, the development would also include 1.6m ft² of office space, 700,000 ft² of shops and restaurants, a hotel and community facilities.
Rob Tincknell, managing director at Treasury Holdings, said: "We are extremely confident that two years of detailed discussions mean that this masterplan represents the aspirations and concerns of all the stakeholders involved, not least the Battersea community."