Battersea Power Station Battersea, South-West London
Client
Western Riverside Waste Authority, Battersea Power Station
Budget
GDV £750m
Sector
Planning & Development
Location
Battersea, South-West London
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Tim Shaw
Partner - Head of Central London Development
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Tim has particular experience of advising on major residential regeneration schemes in the Capital. This typically includes buying or selling land for development or setting up joint ventures between private sector developers and public land owners, evidenced most recently by his role at Battersea Power Station working on behalf of a government land owner to enable redevelopment and regeneration of 3 acres of prime riverside land into 420 new homes and a new state of the art waste transfer station to service west London. Tim also recently set up the Joint Venture enabling the much anticipated redevelopment of Berwick Street, Soho, by PMB Holdings in conjunction with City of Westminster where consent is in place to deliver a mixed-use retail, 100 key hotel and residential scheme. 

Tim is currently advising on several major complex residential developments including the former BBC Television Centre (1000 homes) being delivered by Stanhope Plc and a scheme at White City (1500 homes) by Westfield Shopping Centre with the Berkeley Group (St James).

Tim advises public and private clients on land across the Capital and regularly undertakes option appraisals, feasibility studies, business cases and transactional work for private and public clients.
 

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Carter Jonas advises the Western Riverside Waste Authority, a public sector body made up of four London boroughs, on their 3.5 acre land interests by Battersea Power Station, Wandsworth. Redevelopment of the site is likely to generate more than £500m GDV, for a comprehensive mixed use scheme.

The site will provide the final piece in the puzzle of this major regeneration area that is attracting interest from investors across the globe, with 16,000 new homes master planned for the area.

The intention is for the authority’s existing waste transfer to be reconfigured into a state of the art station and sensitively re-provided among its new landscape (below ground).

Carter Jonas have been asked to advise in relation to development potential, financial modelling, negotiations, planning agency and procurement as well as residential design.

The Rafael Vinoly designed residential scheme gained the award of Planning Consent of the Year 2016 at the UK planning and placemaking awards.