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Images of London’s newest park

Images of London’s newest park

Event lawns, play spaces and river garden terraces will form part of London’s newest park as Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC) unveiled the latest images showing the redevelopment’s new public park.

Designed by LDA Design, the new green space is the size of nearly three and a half full sized football pitches and will play a key role in the over-arching place-making strategy connecting the Power Station, Circus West and Phase 6 to the River Thames, with a riverside promenade.

The park combines industrial references, traditional park features and London street aesthetics. Two large lawns flank a north-south oriented central axis and a series of garden terraces run broadly to the river, forming the northern edge to the lawns. A riverfront promenade is located at the foot of the garden terraces and there are two lawn-level ‘belvedere’ spaces at each end of the park, plus gardens to both the west and east.

The park will accommodate day-to-day recreation, informal play space, quiet places to sit within garden settings, riverfront promenading, large festival style events, theatre style events, smaller events, pedestrian and cycle movements along the river to the Power Station and facilitate future access to the Power Station Jetty.



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