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The Gallery | Nine Elms phase three designs unveiled

A snapshot of designs for the third phase of the Nine Elms development in London has been released ahead of an official launch later this week.

Battersea Power Station Development Company revealed images of planned public realm elements including the Battersea Roof Gardens and Prospect Park. 

Wandsworth Council this month approved detailed plans for the phase, which focuses on the south west corner of the development site.

Foster + Partners’ Battersea Roof Gardens will feature a 355m-long landscaped green space above 15 floors of homes.

Meanwhile Gehry Brothers’ 4,500 sq m Prospect Park will include a children’s play area in the northern end and a community hub building in the southern area.

Phase three of the development includes a new pedestrian high street running from Battersea Park Road to the iconic Battersea Power Station, which will include entrances to a new Northern Line Tube station. 

About 18,000 homes will be built across the broader development, alongside enough business space to support 25,000 jobs.  

BPSDC chief executive Rob Tincknell said: “To be able to unveil these wonderful new park and garden designs is very exciting and it gives Londoners a better understanding of the type of community and place we are striving to build here at Battersea Power Station.

“To be working with two such innovative design teams reflects our passion for creativity and desire to create the ultimate new town centre. ”

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