Battersea Power Station will be home to a “street food market in the sky” as part of the redevelopment which will see the Grade II building at the centre of a new London “village”.
The developers have unveiled plans to have up to 60 vans and stalls on the third floor of the former coal-fired power station.
There will be a total of 115 food and drink outlets in the power station and 250 across the 40-acre development.
Battersea Power Station Development Company chief executive Rob Tincknell told the media: “It will be the most amazing food court in London.
“The vehicles will go up and park in their space on the third floor, 60 different vendors in the street food environment.”
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