Battersea Power Station developers plan street food hub

08 September 2014 by
Battersea Power Station developers plan street food hub

A street-food market featuring 60 vans and stall is being planned as part of the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station.

The market will be located on the third floor of the rebuilt industrial building, which will include 115 food and drink outlets. A central lift will be installed to enable food trucks to be transported up the building.

Battersea Power Station Development Company chief executive Rob Tincknell told the Evening Standard: "It will be the most amazing food court in London.

"The vehicles will go up and park in their space on the third floor, 60 ifferent vendors in the street-food environment."

It is expected that the first 40 operators will begin trading when the first phase of the £8b redevelopment is complete in late 2016.

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