Londoners are being offered the chance to tour Battersea Power Station as part of this month’s Open House London.
The developers behind the iconic landmark’s £9 billion redevelopment are offering tickets via public ballot, with the lucky winners getting a guided tour of the power station itself, the new parade of riverside restaurants and a host of pop-up spaces in a former railway arch.
Rob Tincknell, CEO of Battersea Power Station Development Company, said: “It is an honour to be able to welcome so many people to Battersea Power Station every weekend and to allow so many more to see inside the Power Station during London Open House.
“It also gives everyone the chance to see the mammoth task we are undertaking to transform this once dormant area into a vibrant place that is attracting people from all over the world.
“With more restaurants, bars and businesses opening, it is great that so many people are enjoying the area every week.
“Whether you come here for the many events we put on for all ages every weekend, to enjoy a meal, or buy a coffee and watch the world go by as you sit by the River Thames, this is a fantastic place and is just going to get better.”
The Open House tour on Sunday 17th September is by ballot only. To enter visit: batterseapowerstation.co.uk/openhouse