Battersea Power Station public park unveiled

KUALA LUMPUR: Battersea Power Station Development Co yesterday unveiled the latest image showing the redevelopment of a new public park in London that serves as a key backdrop for the iconic £8 billion (RM46.08 billion) Battersea Power Station site.

The six-acre (2.43ha) public park is due to open in phases from 2017. This new green space the size of nearly three-and-a-half football pitches will play a key role in the overarching place-making strategy, and will connect the Battersea Power Station, Circus West and Phase 6 to the River Thames, with a riverside promenade.

The park, designed by LDA Design, will feature large event lawns, terraced river gardens and form a highly flexible, multi-programmable space for use throughout the year.

Battersea Power Station is owned by a consortium of Malaysian investors, comprising S P Setia Bhd ( Financial Dashboard), Sime Darby Bhd ( Financial Dashboard) and the Employees Provident Fund.


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