Nine Elms is that changing piece of London between Vauxhall and Battersea. It’s 561 acres (227 hectares) and is walking distance to the Houses of Parliament, Sloane Square, Tate Britain, Battersea Park and The Kia Oval cricket ground.
The district being developed extends from Lambeth Bridge in the north, to Chelsea Bridge in the south, covering the Albert Embankment, Vauxhall and a large slice of north Battersea. Westminster lies directly opposite on the north bank of the Thames. It is by far the largest regeneration zone in central London and includes the last remaining industrial stretch of the South Bank. It is even larger than the country of Monaco!
This prime, central London location has attracted billions of pounds of private sector investment and an area-wide regeneration plan that’s transforming the area on an extraordinary scale. Keep visiting and keep an eye out on Nine Elms; it’s changing lots over the next decade and is now blooming as a new residential and business district.
Now the Northern line extension has opened with new stations at Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms, it takes less than 15 minutes to travel to the City and the West End. Its location and improved transport connections is making Nine Elms super accessible.