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Further to the Andrew Mylius article on Battersea Power Station (NCE 16 Sept) I would like to point out that not only do we not like the term shopping mall, but it certainly does not apply to our plans for the power station.

The focus is entertainment and leisure with retail only playing a supporting role. The power station will house more than 40 restaurants, bars, cafes and clubs; a 14 screen cinema; an agora or market square and a platform for large scale public events such as concerts, fashion shows and exhibitions.

It will be a showcase for the best of British design and a gallery for the creative industries. It will not be a shopping mall.

Ian Rumgay, corporate communications director, Parkview International London, Battersea Power Station, 188 Kirkling Street, Battersea, London, SW8 5BP.

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