Battersea Power Station has appointed venue operators Camm & Hooper to deliver events at a new venue, known as Battersea Power House.
Battersea Power House will comprise the Generator Hall, Control Room A and a further three spaces, as well as a terrace with riverside views. It will be open to the public in 2021, when the second phase of the site’s renovation is complete.
The Generator Hall will have a capacity of 1,400 and Control Room A will have a capacity of 250.
Camm & Hooper operates a number of venues around London including Banking Hall, Morton Society, Tanner Warehouse and more.
Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC) is overseeing a four-phase renovation project at the iconic building, which was decommissioned in 1983.
The first residential phase is complete, and the second and current phase comprises the redevelopment of the station itself, into a multi-use retail and events space.
Battersea Power House will play host to a range of activities including music gigs, cultural and art performances, fashion shows, major industry awards, brand product launches, conferences, intimate cocktail parties and large-scale hospitality functions.
Control Room A is the original control room built in the 1930s, and includes numerous heritage features such as the original parquet flooring and dials.
Photo: CGI of Generator Hall at Battersea Power Station