The Battersea Power Station Development Company has unveiled its plans for 1,300 homes in the third phase of the development, a collaboration between architects Frank Gehry (he of the Guggenheim in Bilbao) and Norman Foster. Spoiler: there's lots of glass and steel.
The plans feature a 'new high street' called Electric Boulevard. To its east will be five buildings designed by Gehry, known as 'Prospect Place'. In the middle is a flower-shaped building called, appropriately, 'The Flower'.
To the west of Electric Boulevard will be another area designed by Foster + Partners, known as 'The Skyline', running along the side of the boulevard, which will 'create amazing gardens in the sky'.
What with flowers and sky gardens, it's easy to forget Battersea was once a working power station - but here are some pictures of it as it was then, in stark contrast with images showing the developers' plans: