The future of Battersea Power Station

If you’re curious what the new developments at Battersea Power Station are going to look like, this short video by Master Planner Rafael Vinoly gives a great preview of the development which is set to transform the local area.



    1. You can' be serious. Properties there begin at 900K and the affordable housing is less than 8%. This is not a housing solution for local people – it is entirely for oligarchs form highly unstable countries who want to have a bolt hole when it all goes pear shaped.

  1. it's disgraceful!   1st, abandoning this beautiful & historical building, then allowing developers to make shit-loads of money by flipping the property repeatedly, all while raping the building of some of its treasures, & then having this ugly eyesore to look at!   the new buildings look like an all-inclusive vacation resort designed by someone with a.d.h.d., with the power plant strangled & hidden amongst the shitty architecture…

  2. I was hugely disappointed when I went past this on the train and realised you can hardly see the Power Station from the railway line.Some of the blocks do look rather unusual in design and I thought at first it was to maximise strength and daylight. However, the building in 2:00 to 2:10 I think looks a bit like an untidy pile of blocks. It looks futuristic, but then again so was Thamesmead – once.

  3. Battersea Power Station Development Company are destroying Chelsea Bridge Wharf. Their traffic along Sopwith Way, a 5mph service road, is now at 2-300 a day and most of it is doing 30-40mph, sometimes more. They are currently running an empty bus round Chelsea Bridge Wharf every 10 minutes form 8am to 10pm . I have videoed this bus at speed of up to 50 . Berkeley Homes own this private road and gave access to Batters Power Station Development Company without consulting residents.