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Free Pizza for your thoughts on Nine Elms Vauxhall regeneration

The team tasked with ushering in the regeneration of Nine Elms and Vauxhall is inviting people to share a free slice of pizza along with their views on the work to date and the opportunities on offer.

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June 15, 2016

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The team tasked with ushering in the regeneration of Nine Elms and Vauxhall is inviting people to share a free slice of pizza along with their views on the work to date and the opportunities on offer.

People involved with the Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership, will be on hand to answer any questions about the benefits and opportunities being created on their doorsteps.

The team will be at the Wandsworth Road entrance to Larkhall Park with their pizza wagon from 11am until 3pm on Saturday 18 June, following the success of similar events held elsewhere in the area immediately benefiting from the regeneration.

People are invited to meet the team over a free slice of pizza to find out more about future jobs, homes, schools, health facilities, investment in parks and open spaces, and major transport improvements including new tube stations, cycling, pedestrian and highway improvements.

Those that cannot make it to the event but would like to offer feedback can get in touch with the Nine Elms Delivery Team via emailing info@nineelmsonthesouthbank.com, or visit the website: www.nineelmslondon.com, or follow @NineElmsTeam on Twitter.

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For more information contact Henry Ellis on 020 8871 5198 or email henry@ninelmsonthesouthbank.com

About Nine Elms on the South Bank:

Eight years of major investment at Nine Elms on the South Bank are paying off and the area is becoming a vibrant new central London quarter with hundreds of residents and businesses.

The area’s key attractions will included a revived Battersea Power Station, the new US and Dutch embassies, a new centre for London’s foodies at New Covent Garden Market, Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, the new Nine Elms Park and a new stretch of Thames Riverside Walk lined with cafes, bars, shops and galleries.

The district is being shaped by world leading architects, developers and planners to create a truly mixed-use district with real city centre vitality.
A district-wide cultural strategy is hard-wiring cultural uses and spaces through each new development to ensure the area reaches its full potential as a new centre for arts and creativity on the South Bank.

Two new Tube stations are being built, alongside new schools, around 4,000 affordable homes, health centres, high-speed data networks, a second river bus pier and a new cycling and pedestrian network.

The regeneration programme is privately funded and does not benefit from taxpayer funding.


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