Work starts on MSMR’s delayed £222m Foster neighbour


Architect survives change of developer on biggest project yet

Work is about to begin on MSMR’s biggest project yet – six years and a change of client since the architect was first appointed.

The practice replaced CZWG which had drawn up a proposal but did not survive a previous change of developer in 2012.

MSMR won planning in 2014 for a mixed-use 10-storey scheme on a 1.6-acre site at Ransome’s Wharf in Battersea, just behind Foster & Partners’ riverside studio.

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