Feature Articles Archive

  1. Coming to Nine Elms in 2022

    As 2021 draws to a close and we reflect on a fantastic year for Nine Elms, there’s plenty of exciting changes to look forward to in 2022, from arts and culture to refreshed outdoor sport and play areas, improvements to the public realm and much more. Scroll through our images to see what’s in store […]

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  2. A year in Nine Elms: looking back at 2021

    2021 marked a year of firsts for Nine Elms: the Northern line extension opened at Battersea and Nine Elms, fantastic community projects and events filled the streets, along with exciting improvements to the public realm. We’ve gathered some of the highlights of a remarkable year that was the culmination of over a decade of planning! […]

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  3. Winter in Nine Elms and Battersea 2021

    The most wonderful time of the year is almost here! We’re looking forward to the sights and scents of the season to brighten up those dark nights during the winter. So, grab a mug of hot chocolate, or a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie to read our Nine Elms festive round up! […]

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  4. Line of Light festival in pictures

    On 29 and 30 October 2021, the Line of Light festival celebrated the communities who live and work above the Northern line extension running between Battersea Power Station, Nine Elms and Kennington Tube stations. The outdoor festival featured lights and projections from Projection Teknik, following the route of the 3km tunnels above ground.  A daisy […]

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  5. Looking back: New Covent Garden Market

    The UK’s largest fruit, vegetable and flower wholesale market, New Covent Garden Market has a long history. The first records of a “Convent Garden” market go right back to 1200. The original Covent Garden market began trading in its central London square in 1670, under a charter granted by Charles II to the Earl of […]

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  6. New connections: Arch 42

    The Nine Elms neighbourhood is known for its railway lines and roads connecting the area with other parts of London. Now there’s an exciting new railway arch connection between communities on each side of the tracks, joining up a route between new Tube stations which opened on 20 September 2021 and New Covent Garden Market […]

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