top of page

battersea powerstation phase 3


London / United Kingdom

Battersea Power Station is known as an iconic London landmark and one of the last major symbols of the capital’s industrial past.


The Grade II listed building and the surrounding area, which has been sitting abandoned for nearly 30 years, is now being brought back to life as one of Europe’s most vibrant and innovative mixed-use neighbourhoods.


A place for the local community, tourists, and residents to enjoy a unique mix of restaurants, retail space, parks, and cultural activity.



Two of the world’s most renowned architects are involved in the Phase 3 project with Foster + Partners and Gehry Partners.



The Development is composed with 1300 homes, luxury hotel with 167 keys including a rooftop swimming pool, bar, retail shops, restaurants, and leisure facilities.



The 42 acres site will contain a public park with the electric boulevard gateway for the development and a new Northern Line station connecting the Power Station to the city centre.




Architects & Engineers :

Norman Foster/Frank Gehry/Buro Happold/AECOM



£ 4 Bn



Battersea Powerstation

Development Company


Completion Date:




Phase 3 includes more than 1,300 residential units with a different range of sizes. Also, it includes an additional Northern Line station at the power station, as well as, 160 hotel rooms, commercial retail, a clinic and affordable residential units. 



42 acres



A project developed by AECOM executed by Sylvie Milosevic in collaboration with a wider facade engineering team and cost consultancy team involved on the project during her time at AECOM.

" One of Europe's most vibrant and innovative mixed-use "

bottom of page