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Local NCP car park

London Victoria

ANPR Site Formerly Semley Place - changed on 22 June 2010

Number of parking places: 
422
Disabled parking places: 
2
Car park type: 
MSCP
Toilets: 
No
Electrical Charging Points: 
No
Telephone: 
0870 242 7144
Opening hours: 
Mo-Su 24 HR;
Inside the congestion zone: 
No

Latest news about Battersea Power Underground station station

Unbuilt London: The Battersea Bullet train
Unbuilt London: The Battersea Bullet train

In the late 1980s, there were plans to turn the empty hulk of Battersea Power Station into a huge theme park, and it was to come with its own high-speed rail link – the Battersea Bullet.

Northern line extension adds a new station to the Cross-London interchanges
Northern line extension adds a new station to the Cross-London interchanges

The opening of the Northern line extension to Battersea has caused a change to the list of Cross London Interchanges that are permitted for people using National Rail.

The Northern line extension opened today
The Northern line extension opened today

At 5:28am this morning, the first paying passengers caught their first train on the Northern line extension at Battersea.

Battersea Power Station’s glass elevator to open next year
Battersea Power Station’s glass elevator to open next year

A glass elevator that will run up the inside of one of Battersea Power Station’s chimneys before popping up out of the top for a view will open next year.

London Underground’s Northern line extension construction restarting
London Underground’s Northern line extension construction restarting

A series of updates posted on the Northern line extension website has outlined how they are restarting work in their socially distanced construction sites.

First Tube roundels installed at new Northern line extension stations
First Tube roundels installed at new Northern line extension stations

One of the distinctive moments that turns a hole in the ground into a tube station has taken place – with the installation of tube roundels on the Northern line extension.

New art for new London Underground stations
New art for new London Underground stations

The two new tube stations on the Northern line extension are getting new art installations especially designed for them.

London Underground’s Northern line extension – a construction update
London Underground’s Northern line extension – a construction update

At Battersea Power Station station, the civils team have been drawing their activities to a close as the site transitions into the ‘fit out’ stage of works with multiple specialist sub-contractors now on board.

Engineering train travels full length of the Northern Line Extension for the first time
Engineering train travels full length of the Northern Line Extension for the first time

The Northern Line Extension to Battersea has passed a milestone after an engineering train successfully travelled the entire length of the new tunnels from Kennington to Battersea, for the first time.

London Underground’s Northern line extension – a construction update
London Underground’s Northern line extension – a construction update

Building works continue on the Northern line extension to Battersea, and their latest updates give an overview of works carried out since the start of the year.

Battersea Power Station to start generating electricity again
Battersea Power Station to start generating electricity again

Nearly 40 years after it closed down, Battersea Power Station is about to start generating electricity again.

Glass elevator for one of Battersea Power Station’s chimneys
Glass elevator for one of Battersea Power Station’s chimneys

A glass elevator has been announced that will take people to the top of one of Battersea Power Station’s chimneys for views across central London.

Approval given for new tube station at Battersea
Approval given for new tube station at Battersea

Plans for one of the two new tube stations on the Northern line extension have been approved.

Tunneling breakthrough for the Northern Line extension
Tunneling breakthrough for the Northern Line extension

The tunnel boring machines drilling two new tube tunnels under South London have broken through at Kennington, having started their work at Battersea Power Station.

See the plans for a Battersea’s Northern line station
See the plans for a Battersea’s Northern line station

Wandsworth Council is consulting local people on London Underground’s plans for the eastern entrance of the proposed new Battersea Power Station tube station.

Unbuilt London: Battersea Power Station’s football stadium
Unbuilt London: Battersea Power Station’s football stadium

In the dim and distant past, when Battersea Power Station was more ruin than construction site, a proposal was shown off that would have seen the old building become a major football stadium.

Ballot for Battersea Power Station Fiery Illuminations
Ballot for Battersea Power Station Fiery Illuminations

A large (possibly) art (maybe) event based around fire is taking place next month at Battersea Power Station.

Tours and Talks around Battersea Power Station
Tours and Talks around Battersea Power Station

Nine Elms on the South Bank is hosting a series of events throughout June as part of London Festival of Architecture (LFA).

Future Battersea Tube Station Wont be Accessible to Disabled – Maybe
Future Battersea Tube Station Wont be Accessible to Disabled – Maybe

For the avoidance of doubt, this is a very tongue in cheek blog post. Another round – of many – consultations for the planned extension to the Northern line to take it more South-West(ish) towards the derelict Battersea Power Station

Battersea Power Station Tours – Extended
Battersea Power Station Tours – Extended

I went on one of the recent tours of Battersea Power Station, and while you are not allowed inside the structure itself, it is worth a visit for a close up viewing of the building. Due to “popular demand”, the

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