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The Battle Begins for Developer of London’s Landmark Battersea Power Station

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Sep 07, 2012 01:05 AM
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by Andrew Goodwin last modified Sep 06, 2012

After 25 years of speculation over the future of the Battersea Power Station a Malaysian consortium has bought the protected 39-acre site for 400 million pounds ($635 Million). The consortium plans to begin renovating the London Landmark in 2013, preserving the power station’s iconic architecture while building a multi-use development over the next 15 years. [...]




 

 

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After 25 years of speculation over the future of the Battersea Power Station a Malaysian consortium has bought the protected 39-acre site for 400 million pounds ($635 Million). The consortium plans to begin renovating the London Landmark in 2013, preserving the power station’s iconic architecture while building a multi-use development over the next 15 years. The consortium is a group of investors including developers SP Setia, Sime Darby, and the Employees Provident Fund pension fund, and the development will include apartments, offices, a shopping center, a hotel, an art space and 3,400 new homes.

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