Nine Elms includes central London’s last remaining industrial district – the final piece of the South Bank to undergo a massive transformation. Nine Elms is massive in itself: at 227 hectares, it’s larger than Hyde Park and a few minutes walk from the Houses of Parliament. Its vast brownfield sites are now being transformed into a brand new residential and business quarter right in the heart of London.
Not to mention Vauxhall, an increasingly vibrant district with a rich history at the heart of Nine Elms.
What exactly is going on in Nine Elms? Well, more than 42 building projects and improvements to local infrastructure are transforming this area. It has already started with at least half these projects now on site or complete and more still coming up.
What’s it like to live in Nine Elms? Residents here already enjoy fantastic transport links and a short walk to the West End. There’s an array of cool amenities on the horizon: an 11-acre park, the Northern Line extension, delicious food spots and even a pedestrian bridge across the Thames.
All the hubbub in Nine Elms means there’s exciting plans for the future. A brand new central London district along the South Bank. Spacious squares, public parks, new Tube stations, cozy homes, unique architecture, you name it. We see a brilliant community coming into shape, enjoying everything this place has to offer and making the most of all the new jobs here too.