Six new retailers are set to open at Battersea Power Station this year, it has been announced.

The group of new additions, in Circus West Village, include an independent cinema, an all-day café, and a craft beer micro-brewery following the news on February 7.

It comes as deputy mayor of London for business Rajesh Agrawal visited the site earlier this week.

Mr Agrawal said: “I am pleased to see these entrepreneurs moving into this new site. As well as homes, this development is supporting new businesses and delivering economic prosperity for the capital.”

So far, several restaurants and cafés have opened at Battersea Power Station – which is now 20 – and more than 1,000 residents have moved into the developing site which is expected to be finished by 2020.

One is opening on February 19, however the rest will be announced at a later date.

Battersea Power Station Development Company chief executive Rob Tincknell said: “Battersea Power Station is fast emerging as one of London’s newest and most exciting food and drink destinations.

“We are delighted to welcome the new line up several more fantastic operators that share our passion for creating a new, unique community focused destination for London.”

Here is the list of the six new retailers soon to open:

- Archlight Cinema: a sister venue to the Olympic Cinema in Barnes, this is an independent cinema which will be a boutique, three-screen cinema which will be in the three transformed railway arches.

- Baker and Spice: an ‘authentic’ bakery and all-day café which serves breads, pastries, and cakes with an artisan style.

- Battersea Brewery: a craft beer micro-brewery with an adjoining bottle shop and tap room.

- Cinnamon Kitchen: a contemporary Indian restaurant which features ‘modern’ food developed by celebrity chef Vivek Singh.

- Moyses Stevens: a boutique florist which has been around since 1876, having won two royal warrants. Coinciding with a flower shop there will also be a floristry school where people can learn to create their own bouquets.

- Tonkotsu: a Japanese restaurant which serves ramen, gyozas and a selection of sides and desserts. There will also be noodle-making machine brought in from Japan, which diners can watch in action.