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Vauxhall is London’s fastest changing riverside district and a fantastic place to live and work. Former light industrial spaces are welcoming art galleries and creative start-ups, and a new high rise cluster for London is reshaping the landscape from the ground up.

Vauxhall has a long history as a location for entertainment and culture, famous for the Victorian Pleasure Gardens, and now home to one of London’s foremost LGBT+ nightlife centres. A growing cluster of contemporary art galleries, including Damien Hirst’s award-winning Newport Street Gallery, sits next to iconic destinations such as Vauxhall City Farm and the Oval Cricket Ground. By day, Vauxhall is a place of work for many creative and digital businesses, charities and social impact businesses, government departments and embassies.

Now is a time of transformation. With ambitious development plans underway, Vauxhall will benefit from new commercial space to support 8,000 new jobs and 3,500 new homes. Infrastructure investment including the Northern Line Extension and a re-worked road network will help to create a new district town centre on the Thames.

new jobs and 3,000 new homes



    The Vauxhall Night Time Enterprise Zone, also known as #VauxhAllNight, brings footfall, activity and exciting events to one of London’s most dynamic 24-hour centres.

    Vauxhall is well-known for its vibrant nightlife catering to the LGBTQ+ communities. The area offers a variety of entertainment options including unique Portuguese-speaking restaurants, art galleries, sports activities, live music, and comedy shows.


    VNEB is one of the largest regeneration projects in London, covering 227 hectares across both Lambeth and Wandsworth. Apple HQ and the US Embassy will be amongst the new residents in the developments that are set to support the creation of 25,000 new jobs and more than 20,000 homes.


    Transport for London and Lambeth Council are collaborating to transform the current Vauxhall gyratory system into two-way roads. This initiative aims to enhance the safety and appeal of the area for pedestrians and cyclists. The proposed development includes a new high street at the heart of Vauxhall and a town square that can accommodate the growing population of residents, workers, and visitors.


    The Northern Line Extension has added two new Underground stations, Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms, to the Northern Line from Kennington station. This £1 billion project is part of a larger investment in Vauxhall, Nine Elms, and Battersea, which includes 20,000 new homes, improved public spaces, and new facilities for the community, creating up to 25,000 jobs. Lambeth Council is a key partner in making this happen.


    Vauxhall is ushering in an exciting new era with its latest developments, including the stunning high-rise cluster comprising Keybridge House, Vauxhall Square, and 8 Albert Embankment. This ambitious project will provide over 3,500 new homes and 8,000 new jobs, offering unprecedented opportunities for growth and prosperity. Additionally, the ground floor will feature expansive retail space, bringing Vauxhall’s retail offerings to a quarter of that found on Oxford Street.

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Vauxhall One – Vauxhall’s not for profit Business Improvement District organisations provide a range of support services and access to local networks. All businesses locating in the area benefit from services provided by Vauxhall One.


  • A contemporary arts scene emerging over the last decade boasts a growing crop of London’s most exciting gallery spaces. Industrial buildings that were once workshops for West End theatres are now home to Damien Hirst’s 37,000 sq ft Newport Street Gallery, which won the RIBA Stirling Prize for Architecture. Other galleries include the Beaconsfield, Gasworks, Cabinet Gallery and Amstel Art; putting Vauxhall firmly on the artistic map.

  • Often referred to as ‘Voho’, Vauxhall is one of London’s hubs for LGBT+ nightlife. Built on a long history of partying with the famous Victorian Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens, the area is home to clubs such as Fire and Lightbox as well as iconic venues like the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Other night time venues include Crash and Union nightclubs, iconic pubs and the Tamesis Dock, a permanently moored barge functioning as a neighbourhood bar, live music and events space. Vauxhall is also home to the world famous Beefeater Gin brand.

  • Vauxhall has a significant charity and social impact sector with household names such as Macmillan Cancer Research, Comic Relief and WaterAid based here. The Foundry, a recent development, provides affordable office space to over 25 businesses focussed on promoting social justice and human rights.

    • The Foundry
  • A growing number of creative and digital businesses are choosing Vauxhall, thanks to its affordability, centrality, and cultural offerings. Current creative business hotspots include rail arch studios and shared workspace facilities such as Vox Studios, based in a former Marmite Factory. Apple has relocated their London HQ to the nearby Battersea Power Station, which is expected to fuel further growth. Tintagel House, operated by The Office Group, is a 78,000 sq. ft premises next to the river and is the biggest of their 30+ sites across London. Hundreds of thousands of sq. ft. of new space ideal for these industries is coming forward over the next few years.

  • The iconic MI6 riverside HQ welcomes visitors to Vauxhall as they cross the bridge from Westminster. As a prime location for government agencies, departments and embassies, other residents include the National Crime Agency, and the American Embassy, who will soon to be joined by the Dutch Embassy, just on the border in neighbouring borough Wandsworth.

  • With huge population growth happening across London, developments in Vauxhall will see an additional 3,500 homes built. Currently there is a vibrant local community, representing a diverse cross section of ethnic groups, with approximately 40% non-white and a significantly sized local Portuguese community who run a number of fantastic shops and restaurants around South Lambeth Road.

  • The Kia Oval is an international cricket ground. Home to Surrey County Cricket Club, The Oval has hosted historic games since the mid-1800s and today has a capacity of 26,000. Other leisure highlights locally include the Vauxhall Climbing Centre, which offers some of the best indoor bouldering in the capital, Vauxhall City Farm, and an annual calendar of events which include outdoor cinema screenings.

LGBT+ Nightlife


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