Description of Vauxhall Cross Island
Vauxhall Cross Island is a mixed-use development comprising two towers of 53 storeys and 42 storeys in Vauxhall, London.
The commercial-led development will provide a hotel, offices and retail, alongside new homes, a new public square and improved public spaces.
- 500+ room landmark hotel
- New office accommodation
- 257 new homes
- New retail and active uses at ground level
- A new public square
- Improved north-south pedestrian connections
- Creation of c. 2,000 new jobs for Lambeth
The two towers will be 53 storeys (185m) and 42 storeys (151m) with a connecting podium of 10-storeys.
Within the top of the podium and accessible to all residents by lift, are internal communal amenity spaces of 127m2. This is split across two rooms, a child’s play space and a resident’s lounge with an external terrace formed by one of the lower level scoops. These spaces are supported by washrooms and storage facilities. Residents will also have access to the hotel pool, spa and fitness suites.
Located adjacent to Vauxhall Underground station and is bounded by Parry Street (to the south), Bondway (to the east) and Wandsworth Road / Albert Embankment (to
the west and north).
2018 December - Planning permission granted by Lambeth Council ref. no. 17/05807/EIAFUL. Architect Zaha Hadid Architects, Planning Consultant: DP9.