The first phase of a grand scheme to rejuvenate 26 acres in Battersea and to build more than 2,500 new homes, will be launched this month.
Junction House includes 93 new apartments and is the first phase of York Gardens, an area between Clapham Junction and the River Thames. The new flats will have bespoke interiors, a residents’ roof terrace and concierge service.
The £1.4billion new neighbourhood is a joint Venture between Taylor Wimpey Central London and Wandsworth Borough Council. More than 35% of the new homes will be affordable, with a mix of tenures including social rent, shared ownership, shared equity, affordable rent, private rent and open market sale.
In addition to the homes, major new community facilities are planned, such as a state-of-the-art leisure and community centre, a library, a children’s centre and nursery, a new park and a new council employment and skills centre.
Just 100 metres from Clapham Junction station, York Gardens offers residents superb connectivity across London’s transport network.