Feature Articles Archive

  1. Construction Vacancies in Nine Elms

    All the buzz in Nine Elms means there’s lots of job vacancies in construction. Dozens of job openings, apprenticeships, and other training opportunities are available for you to choose from. If you’re interested, the good news is that there’s a service to help you with this. Wandsworth residents can contact Wandsworth Work Match and Lambeth […]

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  2. A Nuzzle from Battersea Dogs & Cats Home

    London is known for its dreary weather. So when it’s raining cats and dogs, there’s a place for cats and dogs that don’t have a shelter: the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. Since it opened in 1860, the charity has cared for more than 3.1 million dogs and cats! The organisation has a fascinating history: […]

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  3. Nine Elms Americana

    Seeing as it’s the fourth of July, we’d like to wish our American friends and residents a Happy Independence Day. Back in 2008, it was announced that the US Embassy is moving to Wandsworth and we’ve been keeping our eyes on the glass cube taking shape along Nine Elms Lane. This iconic building is super […]

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  4. Our story: what’s up in Nine Elms

    Last time, we explored the Nine Elms underground and its infrastructure. This time, let’s celebrate the above ground and its architecture. All throughout June, we had Europe’s biggest annual festival of architecture, taking place across Nine Elms and Vauxhall. This year’s theme for London Festival of Architecture (LFA) was ‘memory’ – a motif that couldn’t […]

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  5. Job Openings in Nine Elms

    Nine Elms is growing. Fast. So join us in influencing the creation of London’s most exciting regeneration area! Opportunity 1: Nine Elms Head of Programme We’re looking for someone to join our team in coordinating the activity programme and overseeing the delivery of projects across the Nine Elms area. Interested? We’re looking for someone with experience in managing complex programmes […]

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  6. London’s Little Portugal

    Pastel de nata. Those delectable Portuguese pieces of pastry heaven with custard filling – it’s one reason to visit this vibrant neighbourhood between Vauxhall and Stockwell. This barrio is home to 27,000 Portuguese people and with numerous bars, cafes, and restaurants, it has earned the nickname “Little Portugal” over the last 30 years. There are […]

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