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Work begins on Rogers and Foster's Embankment towers

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Work has started on towers by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) and Foster + Partners on the Albert Embankment in south London

The towers are located on brownfield land by the River Thames in Vauxhall which will be transformed into a hub of offices, residential, and retail units.

The pair of towers will include 208 homes, of which 84 will be affordable and specifically designed for senior living.

Foster’s scheme, named ‘The Corniche’, includes 168 apartments, a gym, a pool, retail and office space.

The RSHP-designed scheme, which replaces the existing 1958 Eastbury House, is formed of three stepped blocks ranging from 14 to 18 storeys. It will include 40 residential apartments, a roof garden, office space and a café.

Both buildings are due to complete in 2017.

Previous story (AJ 14.06.12)

Rogers Stirk Harbour reveals Embankment tower plans

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has submitted a planning application to redevelop Eastbury House on the Albert Embankment in south London

The mixed-use project for St James Developments replaces Ian Fraser’s 1958 building with three skyscrapers of 14, 21 and 28 storeys each.

Richard Rogers’ firm is also working on plans for a mixed-use tower for Foxtons founder Jon Hunt on the nearby Texaco garage site.

Further south, RSHP is delivering another scheme for St James – Tideway Wharf next to Battersea Power Station.

Previous story (AJ 26.01.2012)

Developer chooses Rogers Stirk Harbour for new Embankment project

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners (RSHP) has been chosen to design a second scheme on the Albert Embankment, in south London

The practice has been selected by developer St James for the Eastbury House site just north of the Vauxhall Nine Elms Battersea Opportunity Area.

The 1962 Eastbury House was designed by lan Fraser and Associates and formerly housed the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

Richard Rogers’ firm is already working on plans for a mixed-use tower for Foxtons founder Jon Hunt on the nearby Texaco garage site.

Further south, RSHP is delivering another scheme for St James – Tideway Wharf next to Battersea Power Station.

The developer also confirmed this week it had picked John Thompson & Partners to work on its redevelopment of the Royal Mail site at Twickenham.

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