The Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership (which includes local boroughs Lambeth and Wandsworth, as well as TfL and the Mayor of London along with major developers Ballymore, St James, Royal Mail, Covent Garden Market et al) have produced a brand new website.
site provides the latest information and insights on the area's extraordinary multi-billion pound regeneration programme where 195 hectares of Thames riverside is set to become a brand new residential and business quarter in the heart of the capital.
The new website includes an interactive map (click here
) highlighting the 26 interconnected development sites which are changing the face of this old industrial district and breathing new life in to the area.
As well as that many new CGI's of the developments are included, these three being some of the best. Click on the images to enlarge.
The website also states an international design competition is going to be launched next month for the new bridge to cross in to Pimlico. Meanwhile EGi reports that two sites next to the Riverlight development (currently under construction) have been bought by Thames Water
from Ballymore, for the Thames tideway tunnel. EGi subscribers can view the story here
Let's hope the sale of the site to construct the Thames tunnel, a project which will take many years to complete, doesn't put of potential buyers and therefore impact construction starts of future phases.