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A NUMBER OF HIGH PROFILE RESIDENTS ARE DUE TO MOVE THEIR HEADQUARTERS TO WHAT IS ARGUABLY THE MOST EXCITING NEW DISTRICT IN CENTRAL LONDON. THIS INCLUDES THE UNITED STATES AND NETHERLANDS EMBASSIES, FAVOURING THE SPACIOUS AND CONTEMPORARY ENVIRONMENT AFFORDED BY THE NEW NINE ELMS, OVER THEIR CURRENT PRIME MAYFAIR AND KENSINGTON ADDRESSES.

One of the world’s most iconic architectural works, Battersea Power Station, which borders Nine Elms to the west, sits at the forefront of the area’s regeneration and is currently being transformed into a cultural hub for arts and entertainment, complete with new homes and public spaces, alongside the 200 acre green expanse of Battersea Park.

Also ripe for transformation is Vauxhall’s New Covent Garden Market, colloquially known as London’s larder, which will open up to hundreds of stores and traders and attract shoppers and tourists, rivalling existing popular local fare and farmers’ markets at Borough and Pimlico.