Lots Road Power

Station 

Chelsea

Lots Road Power Station was built around 1902 and provided power to the London Underground from its initial construction until the mid 1960s. Since the building was de-commissioned, the remaining structure has been subject to considerable decay, awaiting redevelopment proposals.

Developer Hutchison Property Group initially appointed Formation Architects to undertake a complete review and rationalisation of the proposed scheme design, which in turn has led to a new Planning Permission being granted for the project. We are now undertaking implementation design information to take the project through to completion. The exciting conversion of the power station building will accommodate 260 apartments including 67 affordable units grouped around a large central atrium space at the heart of the building. Commercial space at ground and first floor will help create a vibrant urban street within the building. Formation Architects are currently preparing construction information using Revit BIM Level 2. Formation Architects scope includes interior designs for all apartments and common parts. Production information is underway and enabling works are under construction.

Client
Hutchison Property Group

Size
260 apartments including 67 affordable units ,and 62,000 sqft (5,760 sqm) commercial floor space