The winners of Oval Village's art competition have now been announced, after dozens of local children submitted their artistic interpretations of the Oval Gas Holders.
A selection of the colourful artwork will soon be displayed in an al fresco gallery on Berkeley's hoarding along Montford Place.
The winners, from nearby Ashmole Primary School and Triangle Adventure Playground, each receive a £100 voucher for local arts shop, Que Arts in Kennington.
Oval Village will see the former gasholder site opened up the first time in decades, with new community facilities and 2.5 acres of new public space that will create meeting places for people to come together.
The Grade II Listed gasholder at the heart of the site will be restored, and over 1,300 mixed-tenure homes will be created, alongside shops and co-working space.
The community judging panel, made up of representatives from The Glassworks Gallery, Heart in Art Workshops and Gasworks Gallery, commented on the quality and imagination of the entries. "We were so impressed with all of them and the efforts they made were just outstanding" said Kes Young from Heart in Art Workshops.
Graham Cook, Project Director at Berkeley, said: "The wonderful artworks show what the historic gas holders mean to the local community and their future. We will be refurbishing the gas holder back to its former glory so it can once again stand proudly in this part of Oval."