Thank you for visiting Watkin Jones Group’s consultation website for their exciting residential-led, mixed use proposals for the re-development of 41-59 Battersea Park Road in Nine Elms.

The information available here includes the consultation document shared with residents at our pre-planning consultation in early 2022 and, as of 30th November 2022,  you can now also find the information from our Resident Update event on this website too.

You can also find further information Watkin Jones Group, the wider project team, and our proposals here too.

Resident Update Event – 30th November 2022

Following our pre-planning community consultation earlier this year Watkin Jones Group submitted a planning application to Wandsworth Council for the mixed-use redevelopment of Bookers Wholesale and the former BMW showroom – which has since been demolished – on Battersea Park Road. However, during the Council’s statutory consultation this summer residents raised a number of concerns about our submitted plans.

We invited local residents to meet us at a Resident Update event on Wednesday 30th November where the project team set out how our scheme had changed in direct response to the community’s comments.

The Resident Update event ran from 4pm until 8pm on Wednesday 30th November at the R.O.S.E. Community Clubroom at 22 Ascalon Street, London SW8 4AN.

Once we have reviewed residents’ feedback, our aim is to then formally submit these scheme adjustments to our current planning application. This will then trigger the Council to hold it own separate re-consultation where you will be given another opportunity to have your say on the future of this site.

Planning Application Submitted

Following our pre-planning community consultation in early 2022, Watkin Jones Group has now submitted a planning application to the London Borough of Wandsworth.

The application’s reference number is 2022/1835 and you can find the proposal’s documentation on the Council’s Planning Portal by clicking here, and then searching for the reference number.

When the plans were submitted to the Council in May, we kept local residents updated on these plans by delivering a newsletter to every home in the site’s closet residential development – Viridian Apartments. You can find a copy of the newsletter on this website too.

Although Wandsworth Council is now conducting its own consultation – and comments on our plans should be passed directly to the Council – should you wish to contact the project team at any time you can find our full contact details on this website.

The Project Team

Watkin Jones Group

This site is not just important in helping to knit together the emerging new Nine Elms neighbourhood with the existing settled communities nearby, but it is also a flagship scheme for Watkin Jones Group. As a result, they have put together a ‘best in class’ project team to help guide the evolution of these planning proposals in the coming weeks and months.

Watkin Jones Group (WJG) is the UK’s leading developer and manager of residential for rent, with a focus on the build to rent and student accommodation sectors. Their current portfolio comprises more than twenty development projects, including fourteen successfully completed schemes and seven live sites totalling 1.1million sq ft of space.

For more information on Watkin Jones Group, you can visit their websites here and here.

Glenn Howells Architects

Established in 1990, Glenn Howells Architects have built an experienced and creative team of 140 based in London and Birmingham. They have also grown long-term creative relationships with our clients and collaborators which allow us to push boundaries to make transformational, remarkable designs. Underpinning their work is an approach rooted in the exploration of how places, buildings and things are made and how these can improve the lives of individuals and communities.

For more information on Glenn Howells Architects, you can visit their website here.

Atelier Ten

Atelier Ten are environmental design consultants and they help clients create high-performance, sustainable, award-winning buildings that give back to the wider environment and don’t waste energy or resources. On every project, Atelier Ten is spurred by the challenge of doing more, with less. Every day they explore what it means to make architecture part of the wider environmental system.

For more information on Atelier Ten, you can visit their website here.


Futurecity is a cultural placemaking agency that creates cultural strategies, brokers cultural partnerships and delivers major arts projects for clients across the public and private sectors. Founded by Mark Davy in 2007, Futurecity has produced over 125 cultural strategies, brokered over 20 cultural partnerships, and worked on over 100 artist commissions for clients across four

For more information on Futurecity, you can visit their website here.

Montagu Evans

Montagu Evans is an independent property consultancy, and their work encompasses planning and development, property management, specialist valuations and transactions. Together with clients and wider project teams, they play a key role in creating inspiring places to live, work, communicate and connect.

For more information on Montagu Evans, you can visit their website here.


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