Darwin & Wallace, the Imbiba Partnership-backed concept, has confirmed it will open a site as part of Battersea Power Station’s multi-million pound Phase One development - ’Circus West’, early next year.

The company, which will launch its fourth location in Chiswick next month, will open neighbourhood bar and restaurant ’No29’ at the development. It will be the sole pub to open as part of the development.

Mel Marriott, Darwin & Wallace managing director, said: “We are all incredibly excited to be a part of Battersea Power Station’s regeneration development and the growing community within it. Together with our team of artisans and carefully selected suppliers, we are looking forward to seeing our vision of a modern twenty first century pub, complete with unique design, food and drink paired with the spirit of Battersea come to life in No29.”

The group opened its first location, No 11 Pimlico Road in Belgravia in 2012, followed by No 32 The Old Town in Clapham in 2014. No 1 Duke Street followed in Richmond last year.

No29 will also serve a range of local craft and international beers and lagers, with a well-considered wine selection.

D&W also has sites in Wimbledon, Old Street and Victoria in its pipeline.

Last summer, Marriott told MCA that she was targeting six to seven sites in the short term with the initial focus on London, but said she would consider regional sites.

It is thought that the group has further sites in Hammersmith, Islington, the West End, The City and Leeds in a secondary pipeline.

Paul Tallentyre at Davis Coffer Lyons acted on the Battersea site.