Nine Elms roadshow heads for the Doddington and Rollo Estate
Jobseekers can get a slice of the action if they make their way to Battersea this weekend.
The team behind the regeneration of Nine Elms is setting up shop with a pop-up pizza wagon at the Doddington and Rollo Estate on Saturday, November 21.
Offering free pizza, representatives from The Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership will be based outside Tesco from 11am-3pm.
The team will be on hand to answer any questions about the local opportunities and benefits that are being created through the area’s regeneration and to listen to locals’ suggestions.
Throughout the area industrial land is being transformed into new public squares, parks, schools, tube stations, homes and businesses.
The construction programme is expected to create 22,000 roles and a further 25,000 end use jobs as 6.5 million sq. ft. of new employment space is completed.
Across the area a total of 20,000 new homes is being built including 4,000 which are being offered to local residents through affordable housing schemes.
The Doddington and Rollo Estate is outside Tesco in Battersea Park Road, SW11 4LU
How to get there
• Bus - 44, 344 and N4 stop just a short walk from Tesco by the Doddington and Rollo Estate (alight at Battersea Park Library)
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