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Developer puts on ice plans for Battersea Power Station park summer opening

Developer Treasury Holdings has delayed plans to open a one-hectare riverside park at the Grade II*-listed Battersea Power Station in south London

Announced in March and originally scheduled to open to the public this month, the project – which is still awaiting planning permission from Wandsworth Council – has been put on hold while the developer focuses on securing potential investment partners.

A Treasury Holdings spokesperson confirmed a marketing launch for the 16.2 hectare project had been delayed and was now without a timeline. They said the developer was reviewing its marketing strategy and the public park was originally planned as a backdrop to a new sales suite.

Treasury Holdings won planning permission for its £5.5 billion Rafael Viñoly-masterplanned redevelopment project for the Grade II*-listed Giles Gilbert Scott-designed structure in December, but has yet to start construction of proposed new buildings.

In February, Ian Simpson Architects and de Rijke Marsh Morgan (dRMM) won a competition to design the first phase of the project.

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