A prominent riverside site, located on a wide bend in the Thames adjacent to the king’s Road, Chelsea. The redevelopment of the landmark Lots Road Power Station and its site is a benchmark scheme illustrating how high-quality design and urban planning can make the best of limited land resources. It responds to the UK government’s agenda on regeneration of industrial land by delivering world class design on an important brownfield site.In Year 2012, Flo was appointed as the Project Architect by Hutchison Whampoa Property Group Headquarter in Hong Kong to oversee the design development, tendering and construction activities. She was heavily involved in developing and reviewing design schemes, cost estimation, project schedules, marketing & PR strategies, legal and planning procedures with Hong Kong HQ internal departments, London satellite office Project Team and external Consultants in the UK.The development incorporates both private and affordable housing across both boroughs as well as improvements to public amenities. it is both sustainable and integrated with substantial improvements.The master-planning principle is to create a new ‘village ‘connecting the Lots Rad neighbourhood on one side of Chelsea Creek and with Chelsea Harbour and Imperial Wharf on the other. The scheme will caret one of the largest covered public open streets in London by converting the historic power station and opening up around 600m of river and creek to public for the first time in over a hundred years. Chelsea Creek itself will be transformed into a new linear park and water garden.The first phase completed in 2019, comprised four riverside buildings including the 37-storey Tower West and 179 luxury apartments. A total of 706 new homes in 10 buildings are to be built in phases.