New life emerging in Battersea

Easter is all about renewal of life and new beginnings. Battersea has seen an incredible re-generation programme in recent years and has been converted into one of London’s most exciting residential districts. Here are a few reasons why.


1. Battersea Power Station

The transformation of the Grade II*-listed icon Battersea Power Station has transformed Battersea into a vibrant new neighbourhood beside the Thames. Once a powerhouse that provided a fifth of London’s power, it has now been redeveloped into a shopping centre/lifestyle hub that boasts no end of swanky stores, places to eat and drink, gyms, hotels, and a seasonal Christmas ice rink.

2. The Northern Line Extension

With the launch of the Northern line extension plugging Battersea into the Underground network for the first time. The new 3.2km branch line from Kennington forges a direct link from Nine Elms to Westminster, the City and Leicester Square, bringing them within a 15-minute journey on the London Underground.

3. Battersea Park

With a boating lake, children’s zoo, Go Ape, art gallery and various manicured gardens, Battersea Park is a day out in its own right. Even if you pass through for a stroll, it makes a worthwhile detour from Battersea’s busy town centre and the stretch beside the Thames — where you’ll find London’s Buddhist Peace Pagoda — is especially lovely, with views across the river to Chelsea, linked by the ornate Albert Bridge.


Vision Point, Battersea

One beds from £550,000

An iconic 17 storey development, moments from the river and with far-reaching views over London and the Thames. Superb location for all that Battersea has to offer and beyond. Convenient access to transport links in and out of Central London.

4. The Cinema in the Arches

The Cinema in the Arches (formally known as Archlight cinema) is Battersea’s newest cinema complex, situated within the shadow of the transformed Power Station area and underneath the railway line, making for an iconic and quirky interior. With three screens and an eclectic line-up of the best of independent and mainstream movies, make a day of it and catch up on your cinema releases.

5. Battersea Power Station Pier

Glide into central London from Battersea Power Station Pier in just 20 minutes! Located on the south bank of the River Thames, in front of Battersea Power Station’s famous façade, the best views of London’s most iconic chimneys are from the river and there is plenty for visitors to discover in the local area. 

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