At its peak, the Battersea Power Station was supplying a fifth of London's electricity. After decades of sitting derelict, it has now finally started to hand over keys to its new owners.
The development company that owns the site announced that homeowners are being handed the keys to their new homes in the Grade II* listed building following completion of Switch House West, the first major element of the Power Station to complete.
The rest of the building will be completing in stages throughout the rest of the year, with residents moving into the Boiler House and Switch House East in the coming months.
Half a million square feet of office space in the building is also set to be handed over to Apple this summer to commence the fit out of its new London Campus. Retail and F&B brands will begin fitting out their units later in the year ahead of the Power Station opening to the public from next year.
In an attempt to secure more commercial /office space, this week the company submitted a Section 73 application to add nearly 800,000 square feet to the overall development.