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Battersea is an area of London lying on the south bank of the River Thames. Vaguely triangular in shape, its northern boundary is the Thames, as it runs first north-east, and then east, before turning north again to pass Westminster. Its north eastern corner is one mile (1.6 km) due south of the Palace of Westminster; the north western corner is demarcated by Wandsworth Bridge and Battersea tapers south to a point roughly three miles (5 km) from the north eastern corner and two miles (3 km) from the north west.
Within the bounds of modern Battersea are:
Battersea Power Station an impressive, now disused, edifice designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, built between 1929 and 1939 (featured, with flying pig, on the sleeve art of Pink Floyd's album 'Animals'). Currently being renovated into a mass entertainments and commercial complex, with dedicated transport links. It is planned that the renovations will be completed in 2008. There is however scepticism locally that the plans will ever materialise, and there is opposition to them.
The Festival Gardens of Battersea ParkBattersea Dogs and Cats Home, formerly Battersea Dogs Home and prior to that the Temporary Home for Lost and Starving Dogs, established in Holloway in 1860 and moved to Battersea in 1871. (Many would say this is located in Nine Elms) New Covent Garden Market, a major fruit and vegetable wholesale market, resited from Covent Garden in 1974. (Also considered by many to be in Nine Elms)Battersea Park, an 83 hectare green space laid out by Sir James Pennethorne between 1846 and 1864 and opened in 1858, and home to a zoo and the London Peace Pagoda.
Sir Walter St John's School, now Thomas's day school, was founded in 1700. Parts of the present building date back to 1859. Price's Candles on York Road, was the largest manufacturers of candles in the UK; now it has been converted into residential flats.
The London Heliport, London's busiest heliport, sited on the Thames a half mile due north of Clapham Junction station.
Clapham Junction, claimed to be the busiest railway station in the United Kingdom and Europe. Royal Academy of Dance, containing several studios and associated with the University of Surrey.
St Mary's Church, Battersea. Benedict Arnold is buried here. There are four spectacular stained glass windows, celebrating Arnold, William Blake, William Curtis and J. M. W. Turner.
Wandsworth Borough Council :: Clapham, Wandsworth, Vauxhall, Chelsea, Stockwell, Earlsfield, Pimlico, Fulham, Battersea, Chalsea, Battersea , Brixton, Stockwell, Balham, Vauxhall, Wandsworth.