New Nine Elms website launches
A new website has launched to showcase Nine Elms, with developers hoping to cash-in on the attention London is receiving during the Olympics.
The scheme to regenerate the Tideway Industrial Estate in Nine Elms was approved earlier this year, which will see new homes and businesses created.
Information on the area's transformation will be provided on the website, including the investment, business and job opportunities available.
An interactive map highlights the 26 development sites bordering Wandsworth and Vauxhall.
There is also an image gallery and information on plans to extend the Northern Line, as well as a new Thames bridge.
Helen Fisher, Nine Elms programme director, said: "The eyes of the world are on London this summer and Nine Elms on the South Bank is the biggest investment opportunity our city has to offer.
"The new website offers a new window into this enormous regeneration scheme and sets out our vision for a brand new part of Central London
"We’re creating 25,000 new jobs, 16,000 new homes and transforming an entire district of the city - it’s a project of national importance and we want local residents, Londoners and investors to have easy access to the latest news and developments."
Property agency Knight Frank has said property value is expected to rise faster in the development than any other part of London, with a growth rate of 140 per cent by 2016.
Work is now underway on St George's Vauxhall Tower scheme and the St James Riverlight development, while the US Embassy is expected to open by 2017.
Battersea Power Station is also included in the area which is being transformed to create new homes and a town centre development.