The first pictures of Wandsworth's next big attraction have been released.

Pictures show a glass elevator that will take visitors 109 metres to the top of one of London's most iconic attractions, Battersea Power Station. Due to open in 2021, it will offer visitors unrivalled views of the capital's skyline from an iconic part of London.

The cylindrical lift is part of the £9 billion regeneration project, which is undergoing at the Power Station. The Chimney Lift is one of three new and exciting event/attraction spaces on offer inside the iconic Power Station. Once complete, these latest additions will sit alongside the shops, restaurants and office spaces within the Power Station, further enhancing the project’s position as a new London destination.

Battersea Power Station is working closely with a wide collection of heritage and emerging retail brands from the UK and across the globe to complement its vision for the 1930s and 1950s turbine halls and looks forward to announcing some of the brands that will also be calling the Power Station their home in the coming months.

Apple has already pre-let 500,000 sq ft of office space for its new London Campus within the building, which will sit next door to business members club, No18, which has pre-let 40,000 sq ft of office space.

Battersea Power Station is set to become one of the most exciting new neighbourhoods and a new shopping and leisure destination for Central London. It will also be connected by a new Zone 1 London Underground station on the Northern Line and the MBNA Thames Clippers River Bus which has been running since last year.

The first phase of the wider redevelopment, Circus West Village, is already open with more than a thousand residents living here and over a million people having visited the variety of independent restaurants, shops, bars and leisure facilities that have opened. The Village Hall, a 5,000 sq ft community arts and cultural venue is open and currently used for a wide range of events. The Power Station is due for completion in late 2020, with it opening to the public in 2021.