Embassy Gardens, Nine Elms London

At a glance

Completion Date:

Phase 2 : 2018

Construction Cost:


No. of Units:

2000 Homes / 600,000 sq ft of Office Space / 100,000 sq ft of retail and leisure


Ballymore Group


Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios



Service provided:

Mechanical / Electrical


Jeff Sims

Embassy Gardens is a new mixed-use development in the Nine Elms area of London. Wrapping around the new US Embassy, the proposed 2,600,000 sq ft development comprises a mixed-use community of apartments, office space, retail and leisure, a hotel, a grocery store, and flexible work and community space.

The development includes :

• 2,000 new homes
• Potential for up to 600,000 sq ft of office space
• In excess of 100,000 sq ft of retail and leisure
• New Embassy Plaza
• All set in a new linear park linking Vauxhall with
Battersea Park

The Sustainable Design Strategy for this development includes :

• Employing Code for Sustainable Homes level 3 & 4 across all residential units.
• 40% reduction in CO2 emission is envisaged, achieved via on-site low-energy technology, by
integrating CHP.
• The energy centres including CHP and district heating will help give the scheme fuel security and
future-proofing that allows new technologies to be installed.

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