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Power Station development comprises 1200 apartments and 200 room hotel

Southern aspect of the Battersea Power Station development Credit: Frank Gehry/Foster & Partners

In total, Phase 3 will comprise 1200 residential units, a 200 room hotel overlooking both the town square and the Power Station, 350,000 sq. ft. of retail and restaurant space, a 15,000 sq. ft. library and further leisure space.

The development has been designed by two of the world's most famous architects; Frank Gehry and Foster + Partners.

This phase, 3 of 7, will form the epicentre of the entire project; two residential development zones located either side of the High Street.

An aerial view of the development Credit: Frank Gehry/Foster & Partners

Both architectural practices are collaborating on the High Street; Gehry Partners is designing the residential buildings to the east of the High Street, with Foster + Partners designing the residential buildings to the west.

Two cyclists fighting for life after separate crashes

Two cyclists have been seriously injured after being knocked off their bikes in two separate crashes. A man in his 60s was taken to hospital in a critical condition after colliding with a car in Regent Street on Tuesday evening.

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An eerily quiet Regent Street tonight after a #cyclist is critically injured outside the University of Westminster http://t.co/mGZqpeWPOg

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Just hours earlier, a cyclist in his 20s was hit by a bus in Battersea. Speaking to the Evening Standard, eyewitness Franco Romeo said:

"He was on the stretcher. They kept him there for a long time. I felt very bad because he was not moving at all. He looked in very bad shape. It was very serious."

Police say the drivers in both incidents stopped at the scene, and no one has been arrested.

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Stolen Bentley bursts into flames after crashing into a building in Battersea

A stolen Bentley has burst into flames after crashing into a building in Battersea. Police were called to Battersea Bridge Road at 3:59am to find the luxury car on fire. Two men, aged 21 and 27 were arrested at the scene.

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A3220 Battersea Bridge Rd is currently closed in both directions due to a collusion /fire. Please use another route. http://t.co/LSnWHREDZP

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In a statement the Met Police said: "Two men, aged 21 and 27, were arrested for aggravated vehicle taking, and both remain in a south London police station. Enquiries continue."

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