Nine Elms exhibition

Published: Thursday 23rd September 10

Plans for the regeneration of Nine Elms will go up on public display at Battersea Studios, Silverthorne Road at the beginning of next month.

The two-day exhibition will bring together proposals for some of the area's key development sites including Battersea Power Station, New Covent Garden Market, Sainsbury's Nine Elms, Tideway Wharf and the Embassy Quarter.

Doors are open from 12pm to 7pm on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 October.

Visitors will have the chance to see how Nine Elms will be transformed over the next 20 years. Exhibits will include an interactive model of the area as well as video and other visual displays.

Representatives from the council and the developer teams will be on hand to discuss the proposals and to answer questions.

Council leader Edward Lister said:

"Nine Elms is London's biggest regeneration opportunity with plans for more than 16,000 new homes, and 25,000 new jobs. It's an exciting time for the area with so many sites in line for major new investment. The exhibition is a great chance for the public to see how the future of Nine Elms will take shape and to speak to some of the key developers."

The exhibition is free and there is no need to book. Residents planning to visit can register in advance at

Battersea Studios is located at 80 Silverthorne Road, London SW8 3HE. 

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