London’s regeneration craze

London is currently riding a wave of mass regeneration and development, with some of the capital’s most historic and rundown areas receiving expensive and in some cases, much needed facelifts.

As London builds for the future, we’ve put together some images of the most ambitious developments that are either currently underway or planned for the future.

Nine Elms

Location: Wandsworth

Developer: SP Setia and Sime Darby + others

Estimated Cost: £8bn +

Estimated Completion: Circa 2025

Brent Cross Cricklewood

Location: Barnet, Brent and Camden

Developer: Hammerson and Standard Life

Estimated Cost: £4.5bn

Estimated Completion: Circa 2034

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and Olympic Stadium

Location: Newham, Tower Hamlets, Hackney and Waltham Forest

Developer: Olympic Park Legacy Company

Estimated Cost: Around £300m

Estimated Completion: Circa 2018

Kings Cross Central

Location: Camden and Islington

Developer: King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership

Estimated Cost: N/a

Estimated Completion: N/a

Earls Court

Location: Kensington and Chelsea

Developer: Capco

Estimated Cost: £450m

Estimated Completion: Circa 2035

Old Oak Common

Location: Hammersmith and Fulham

Developer: London Boroughs of Hammersmith and Fulham

Estimated Cost: £50bn

Estimated Completion: 2026 onwards

BBC Television Centre

Location: White City, Hammersmith and Fulham

Developer: Stanhope

Estimated Cost: £500m

Estimated Completion: 2015 onwards

Floating Village

Location: Royal Docks

Developer: Carillion Igloo Genesis

Estimated Cost: TBC

Estimated Completion: TBC

Want to find out more about regeneration in London? Read our blog looking in more detail at the Old Oak Common regeneration project or find out what happened when we visited the Place West London conference at the Hurlingham Club.