Nine Elms is the greatest transformational story at the heart of the world’s greatest city. It is one of the largest regeneration projects in Europe, creating an area that will be an ultra-modern, exciting destination in central London offering 20,000 new homes, 25,000 new jobs, new schools, parks, culture and the arts.

At its heart it has three iconic attractions; a regenerated Battersea Power Station, the new United States Embassy and of course New Covent Garden Market – the largest fresh produce market in the country. It will also include almost 3km of Thames river frontage, lined with cafés, bars, restaurants, cultural attractions and public space. A new linear park will run right through the area from east to west making it one of the greenest districts in London.

For future cultural events around the market and across Nine Elms, click here.

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A £1billion transport improvement package will make Nine Elms on the South Bank as well connected as the rest of Central London. Two new Northern line stations will create fast, direct links to the West End, City and North London.

To find out more about commercial opportunities as part of the Nine Elms regeneration area, click here.