Riverlight will transform a five-acre industrial estate – close to Battersea Power Station on the south bank of the River Thames – into a vibrant, residential-led mixed-use development.

The scheme includes 752 homes, underground parking, a hotel, health club, spa, crèche, restaurants, bars and other retail spaces. It incorporates a river walk and landscaping to take full advantage of its location and create attractive public spaces for the local community. The development will be delivered across six buildings ranging from 12 to 20 storeys. Around 60% of the scheme will be designated as public open space.

The proposal was approved by Wandsworth Council in February 2011.

Location London
Type Residential
Dates 2009-
Client St James' Group
Site Area 2 Hectares
The Architect Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Executive Architect EPR
Alison Oktay, Gianmaria Givanni, Emily Lewith, Jack Newton, Richard Rogers, Laura Salisbury, Graham Stirk
Structural Engineers Ramboll
Services Engineers Hoare Lea
Planning Consultants and Environmental Service Co-ordination TP Bennett
Landscape Architect Gillespies
Townscape Consultants Montagu Evans