People who live and work in Nine Elms and Vauxhall are invited to meet the organisations behind the regeneration of the area during two open days next week.
July 7, 2016
People who live or work in Vauxhall and Nine Elms are being encouraged to come along to one of two open days to meet the organisations behind the regeneration of the area.
When: Wednesday 13 July (3pm and 8pm) and Thursday 14 July (8am until 6pm)
Where: Vauxhall City Farm, Tyers Street
The events are an opportunity to speak to the people involved, raise concerns and find out more.
• Job and training opportunities
• The 19 active construction sites and their progress
• The major transport upgrades in the pipeline, including the Northern line Extension and new riverbus pier
• New public spaces being created, including Nine Elms Park and a new stretch of the Thames River Path
• Supply chain opportunities for local businesses
• Cycle and walkways and improvements at Vauxhall Cross
• The 4,000 affordable homes being built, as well as new schools and health centres
• New shopping and leisure facilities, including the new town centres planned for Battersea Power Station and Vauxhall
• The cultural events, art exhibitions and community improvements on offer
A 3D model will be on display showing how the area will look once work is completed.
The Open days will take place between 3pm and 8pm on Wednesday 13 July and from 8am until 6pm on Thursday 14 July at the Vauxhall City Farm education space in Tyers Street, Vauxhall.
The nearest Tube and train station is Vauxhall. There is no need to RSVP.