Repurposing landmarks

The Coverdale Barclay team was thrilled to pay the newly opened Battersea Power Station a visit during its opening week.

After lying derelict for 40 years, the iconic Grade II* London landmark finally reopened its doors to the general public, reinventing itself as an exciting destination that blends retail, restaurants and residential into a one-of-a-kind location.

Battersea Power Station has truly set a new benchmark for how historically important buildings can be elevated for the modern era. In a city where the built environment is steeped in heritage, Battersea Power Station should serve as a best-in-class inspiration for retrofitting, repurposing and revitalising.

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