Information about Battersea Power Station
A Swedish site with facts, photos and links about Battersea Power Station.
Page about Battersea Power Station, on the web site of a neighbouring community group. Useful technical information about how a coal fired power station works.
The entry about Battersea Power Station in Wikipedia, the free on-line encyclopedia.
Articles from the 1930's Magazine Wonders of World Engineering, including Battersea Power Station. Requires Dj Vu plug in.
Successful reuse projects elsewhere
The former Crossleys carpet factory, converted by Sir Ernest Hall into a cultural and business centre. A model for what Battersea Power Station could become.
The former Bankside Power Station, also designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, now home to the Tate's modern art collection
A not for profit company with charitable status, established by members of Battersea Power Station Community Group to assist in the redevelopment of Battersea Power Station
A related campaign which has hich has successfully prevented a 20-cinema multiplex from being built on the historic site in Crystal Palace Park where the re-built (Sydenham) Crystal Palace used to stand.
Recently launched site. BPSCG and GLIAS have both been involved in the campaign to rescue Battersea Water Pumping Station.
TLIO campaigns peacefully for access to the land, its resources, and the decision-making processes affecting them, for everyone, irrespective of race, gender or age
The Community Website for the River Thames. Information on the activities of all river groups on the Thames in London, with links to other sites. PO Box 150, Hampton, TW12. email firstname.lastname@example.org
The World Monuments Fund added Battersea Power Station to its list of the World's 100 Most Endangered Monuments in 2003, following an application by BPSCG.
Help and advice
Click on "Publications". A handy guide by George Monbiot on all apects the media; press releases, dealing with journalists, handling interviews and generally getting your point across.
Click on "Publications". A equally useful guide on The Land Is Ours site to the operation of the British planning system, with useful commentary on how it should be improved.
Battersea Power Station Merchandise
Battersea Power Station logo on shirts, T-shirts, tank tops and hoodies. Shirts available in a range of colours.
Brian Barnes' Wikipedia page. A work in progess.
Contains details of the proposed leisure centre development. Good for a laugh.
Information about the local campaign by local groups to resist over-development of the Battersea Place site (formerly Ralph West Hall) in Albert Bridge Road, Battersea.
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