Battersea is positioned to benefit from the wider regeneration of Nine Elms. More than 42 regeneration projects are already underway, historic buildings restored and industrial sites are being transformed into places to live, work and play. Flagship projects include the Linear Park and the new Thames Bridge linking Nine Elms to Pimlico*. Billions have been invested in transforming this riverside district into a hub for residents, visitors and employees from some of the world’s largest firms. Many new shops and services are now calling this area home.*source: nineelmslondon.com
Why invest in Prince of Wales Drive?
The Zone 1 Effect
With Prince of Wales Drive based in Zone 1 London, both rental yields and sales prices are uplifted by being within the Battersea area.
Situated next door to one of London’s most iconic landmarks. The Battersea Power Station development is helping the whole regeneration of the local area.
Strong Rental Market
Alongside Battersea Power Station itself and the immediate vicinity of Vauxhall Station, Prince of Wales Drive offers strong rental returns, whilst the price point remains competitive.
£4.95* Service charge
Prince of Wales Drive offers an extremely competitive service charge compared with other local developments.
A Magnet For Business
Prince of Wales Drive is located next to Nine Elms – the largest regeneration zone in central London. Running right alongside the River Thames, the transformation is benefiting from new arrivals – Circus West Village at Battersea Power Station, the US Embassy and Apple Campus.
Embassy Central is the brand-new site for the US Embassy following its relocation from Grosvenor Square in Westminster. This $1 billion dollar investment‡ has become a magnet for further investment in the area.
Battersea Power Station. A 42-acre site with 450 metres of river frontage, the Battersea Power Station is set to become one of the most exciting and innovative new neighbourhoods in London.
The all-new Apple Campus will be situated in the heart of Battersea. A few minutes from Upper Park Residences, this new site will cover no less than six floors of the ‘Boiler House’ at Battersea Power Station.
With the introduction of the new Northern Line extension, journey times rapidly accelerate into central London and the City, reaching Leicester Sqaure in just 10 minutes. Prince of Wales Drive is the ideal commuter hotspot
The array of local transport links makes it easy to attend London’s highly ranked colleges and universities – from popular art schools through to internationally respected business schools. The new Northern Line extension opens up quicker connections to world-class facilities.