Circus West Village, which forms part of the development at Battersea Power Station, has won an award for being most "likely to improve the physical or environmental quality of a place or the economic or social well-being of a community".
Circus West Village was recognised for 'promoting economic growth' at The Planning Awards 2018.
The Nine Elms area is currently undergoing major regeneration, and this is set to create up to 20,000 jobs and provide a significant boost to the local economy.
Circus West Village is a development of new apartments, independent retail outlets, restaurants and eateries, and leisure facilities.
Cllr Ravi Govindia, the Leader of Wandsworth Council, said: "I am delighted that a Nine Elms neighbourhood has been nationally recognised for the long-lasting economic benefits that it will have on the local area."
Govindia continued: "The Council has worked closely with Battersea Power Station to ensure that local people benefit from the jobs created and to encourage independent businesses to locate in Circus West Village."
Battersea residents are also set to benefit from local transport infrastructure improvement plans and the Northern Line Extension.
The site surrounding the Battersea Power Station is also being revitalised, and when the project is complete it is likely to be one of London's most exciting destinations.
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