One year on: Has Battersea Power Station sparked London’s retail revival?

Aerial shot of Battersea Power Station

As the first anniversary of the Battersea Power Station redevelopment approaches, Retail Week explores whether it has regenerated the capital’s retail revival and lived up to high expectations

This Saturday (October 14) marks one year since the highly anticipated official opening of the Battersea Power Station redevelopment.

With a rich heritage and after years of planning permission hurdles, the site added another shopping destination to London’s offer. 

But has it lived up to expectations? How successful has the retail offer been? And is Battersea truly a destination of the future for retail in the capital?  

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