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Looking westwards on Battersea Bridge you could be forgiven for thinking that the Lots Road Power Station development had finally kicked off, the public enquiries, the Prescott controversy, eco-warrior Lady Dido Berkeley and the River Thames Society now all in the past…sadly you’d be wrong. What you can see is the residential element of the […]

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Art

Developers are sometimes required to provide a financial contribution for the provision of public art in and around their developments as part of the S106 agreement….this is what 30 grand gets you

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The odd thing about Battersea Power Station

The South American born architect Rafael Viñoly has just beaten off the competition, which included Norman Foster and SOM, to win the contest to masterplan the Battersea Power Station development. Bought from Parkview by Treasury Holdings, for a reported £400 million late last year, the station, which in its glory days pumped out a staggering […]

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Potential development opportunity in Clapham Junction

I’ve been living in Wandsworth now for over five years, and all of that time have been in gainful employment within EGi, hence more than a passing interest in some buildings and spaces in the area. There’s a small public garden, although I use the term in the widest possible sense, on St John’s Hill […]

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