Located in Lambeth, Battersea Bellows used to be a residential area, the land providing housing for many working-class citizens. The leader of the Blighters, Cletus Strain, cared little for these workers, and bought a part of the land. On this newly acquired land, the Blighters built one of their two strongholds in the borough.
In 1868, Henry Green pointed Jacob and Evie Frye in the direction of Battersea Bellows. The Assassins managed to eliminate the Blighter presence inside the stronghold, allowing the Rooks to move in and take over, and thus weakening the Templar hold over London.