Berkeley breaks ground on London regeneration project
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Berkeley breaks ground on London regeneration project

11 Sep 2011

Berkeley Group has broken ground on its £300m Riverlight regeneration project in the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea (VNEB) Opportunity Area in London, UK. The development has been designed by architect Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and is located on the bank of the Thames, next to Batte

Berkeley Group has broken ground on its £300m Riverlight regeneration project in the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea (VNEB) Opportunity Area in London, UK.

The development has been designed by architect Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners and is located on the bank of the Thames, next to Battersea Power Station and centred around six pavilions.

There are external glass elevators and every apartment has at least one balcony, offering panoramic views of London and the river.

The scheme incorporates 752 homes including one, two and three bedroom luxury apartments, alongside a hotel, restaurants and shops set in landscaped gardens.

Residents of the apartments will have access to a clubhouse featuring a state of the art gymnasium, swimming pool and holistic spa, a digital entertainment suite with private cinema and virtual golf, a lounge and a library.