Nine Elms Point is part of “the greatest transformational story at the heart of the world’s greatest city”
Barratt London’s Nine Elms Point is featured in this month’s edition of Time and Leisure Magazine, where Sarah Hodgson looks at the Nine Elms redevelopment in Battersea. Higgins states that the regeneration will transform Nine Elms into “an ultra-modern, exciting destination in London offering 18,000 new homes, 25,000 new jobs, new schools, parks, culture and the arts”.
Battersea Power station is cited as the heart of the redevelopment. Wandsworth Council’s planning committee chairman Councillor Sarah McDermott recently said it will “be quite unlike any of the shopping and leisure destinations we’ve seen built around London”. The regeneration will also bring improved amenities such as a new riverside park and the Northern line extension (due for completion in 2019), which will allow residents to reach the City and West End in around 15 minutes.
Barratt London’s Nine Elms Point is one of the major developments helping to transform the Nine Elms area. Situated next to the new Nine Elms underground station, and described as “seven metallic buildings designed by architect Broadyway Malyan to reflect the site’s history as a foundry, including a 37-storey tower that will be Barratt London’s tallest residential structure to date”. Higgin's continues that the development is set around “exceptionally large landscaped courtyards with elevated pathways and a striking water feature”. The development is made up of 645 studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses and includes a fitness suite, concierge, private dining room and business facilities. Residents will also benefit from the convenience of a new flagship Sainsbury’s below the development.
Follow the link to read the full article on the Battersea’s Big Build on timeandleisure.co.uk.