Location of the month
Derelict former power station with 6 acre footprint within a 38 acre site, bordered by river frontage to the North, railway line and arches to the West and Battersea Park Road to the South East. More details >>
Turbine Hall A built between 1929 & 1933 with extravagant art-deco styling and Italian white/blue marble tiles. Black plinth tiling continues into the more austere Turbine Hall B, completed mostly in the mid 1940's and finished in the early 1950's. Each open plan hall is approx 40,000 sq ft and 100ft high.
Control Room A - stunning 6,000 sq ft original art deco control room complete with original switches, dials, light fittings and parquet floor.
Futuristic 1950's look B Station Switch-room, with chunky dials and stainless steel surfaces.
3 levels of open plan stripped out Cable Floors - approx 28,000sq ft each and clear ceiling height ranging from approx 9.5 - 18ft.
Base of South West Chimney - 60m high with spectacular 360 degree views (restricted numbers and weather dependent).
Approx 100,000 sq ft flat roof access above the turbine halls and annexes A & B.
4 floors of former Staff Offices within turbine hall B: dirty, paint -peeled walls and full of dust and junk.
Spacious, stylish and minimalist hotel suite mock-up, complete with white linen and mood lighting in Annexe A level 1.
Jetty, waste-ground, rubble piles, hard-standing.
Other features : Helicopter landing area by arrangement
Style: Art DecoMood and feel:
Access: 24/7as required. Viewings strictly by appointment between 10am - 4pm Mon-Fri.