Space for growth
Imagine a community built within a park, growing and thriving among the trees, lawns and open space, where they can meet, play and experience London life organically.
Positioned among some of the London’s most desired postcodes, the Nine Elms Park development provides the opportunity and the framework to define and nurture park living.
Park life in the city
Nestled between the Battersea Power Station and the new US Embassy, Nine Elms Park is a major development opportunity in the Nine Elms area.
Nine Elms Park covers 14 acres, with the park itself running the length of the site east to west. The development is found just 1.5 miles from the Houses of Parliament and a stone’s throw from traditional desirable districts of Kensington, Chelsea, Knightsbridge and Mayfair.
Major international developers are helping to transform the Nine Elms area into one of central London’s new prime residential districts. UK and London Governments have committed to the £1bn extension to the Northern Line, and to two new stations located adjacent to Nine Elms Park.
Working with award winning architects Allies & Morrison, the site has secured planning permission for a development comprising up to 1,950 residential units over 7 development plots and a total Gross External Area (GEA) of circa 2.4m sq. ft. (c.219,000 sq.m).
The Opportunity Area
Nine Elms Park is located in the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Opportunity Area (VNEB). Spanning 227 hectares, it’s the largest regeneration zone in central London aiming to deliver 20,000 new homes and 25,000 new jobs in 6.5m sq ft of commercial space. Underway are new infrastructure including the Northern Line extension and a District Heating Network.
A linear park is being created to connect Lambeth Palace Gardens and Vauxhall to Battersea Power Station. It’s a joint regeneration initiative between the Greater London Authority, Transport for London, LB Lambeth and the LB Wandsworth.
Along with residential developments by high profile residential developers, the area has attracted major occupiers like the US Embassy, Apple, Penguin Random House and the Royal College of Art, solidifying its position as the investment destination for living, working and culture.
Running through the heart of the Nine Elms Park is a significant portion of the Linear Park.
The Park will offer a continuous green corridor stretching through the middle of the site – providing a landscaped, green and car-free pathway from Battersea Power Station to Vauxhall Cross.
The Park will open out into a variety of open spaces and extends into various different developments, connecting other public squares, retail parades, hotels, parks and gardens. It will contain 130,000 sq ft of retail and restaurant space.
It will be entirely open to the public and a focal point for leisure, sports, outdoor events and retail. There will also be a new pedestrian and cycle route through the centre of the VNEB area as an alternative to the main road. At four key points along the route the park will connect to the Thames River Path, enabling visitors and residents to move easily between the Park and the river edge.
The Linear Park will be delivered in phases associated with the progressive development of the plots.
Royal Mail, Landowner
M3 Consulting, Development Manager
Allies and Morrison, Masterplan Architect
Camlins, Landscape Architect
CH2M, Civil Engineer
HTS, Structural Engineer
Aecom, Services Engineer
Sweco, MEPH Engineer
Steer Davies Gleave, Traffic and Transport Consultant
Waterman, Environmental Consultant
Gleeds, Cost Consultant
DP9, Planning Consultant
Savills, Development Advisor and Agent