Following last year’s articles regarding proposals for the redundant Battersea Power Station site, industry reports have confirmed that the ambitious £4m eco-dome and chimney development by Real Estate Opportunities has been dropped.  The news will come as a relief to Battersea Power Station Community Group (BPSCG) who have been strongly protesting against the plans, that incorporate 1.3m sq ft of office space, with representative Keith Garner recently commenting on our site: “Battersea Water Pumping Station is a Grade II listed building of great historic and architectural interest. Retaining it within the development, e.g. as an office for a small company, or a cafe or a gallery (or combination of these) would be a straightforward matter. For this reason BPSCG will oppose any attempt by Treasury to seek its demolition.”  New proposals are now being developed which are not thought to significantly reduce the amount of office space that was originally planned for the site.  For the BPSCG website news section CLICK HERE.” For related articles see “Offices to Rent in Battersea Proposal Part III ”

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