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Monday, November 13, 2006
Battersea takes a step forward
The developer of Battersea Power Station has been given the go-ahead to develop on the adjacent site, before actually completing the renovation of the power station itself.

Wandsworth Council agreed to Parkview's plans, as well as the amendment to the Section 106 agreement, which defined how ‘complete’ renovations needed to be on the power station before work could continue elsewhere on the site. They now just have to secure the site and do a few repairs.

Leslie McDonnell, of Wandsworth Council, said: ‘Parkview now have the consents they need to get on with the job of restoring this famous building. They have told us they will be ready to start the work in earnest in the New Year – we expect them to keep to this.’


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