What’s happening at Nine Elms?

Battersea Power Station view from south

Two chances to hear about Nine Elms redevelopment, including Battersea Power Station and the US Embassy. Nine Elms is central London’s biggest regeneration opportunity. The area covers more than 450 acres of land along the south bank of The Thames – the vast majority of which is gearing up for major redevelopment.

Tues 27/7/2010 @ 7.30pm
ROSE Clubroom, Ascalon St SW8
Ascalon St is between
Thessaly Rd and Stewarts Road on Savona Estate access by car is from Wandsworth Road

link to a MAP and you can register your attendance for this meeting

Weds 28th July 2010 @ 7.30
All Saints Church, Prince of Wales Drive SW11.

Link to register attendance for this meeting and Map

Map All Saints Church is near Queenstown Roundabout

Wandsworth Economic Development Office have arranged these meetings chaired by Cllr Govindia and Cllr Lister.

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One thought on “What’s happening at Nine Elms?

  1. The council is too late. The public have till 5/8/2010 to comment on revised plans for Battersea Power Station but their own policy for the area will not be formulated till 2012. The US Embassy is a foregone conclusion taking into account the council’s Special Relationship with America. Ballymore are ready to submit plans for 7.5 acres but still no development plan from the council. They’re SSAD

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