Stratford has become one of East London’s most vibrant hubs for business, shopping, and leisure, having been at the heart of the 2012 London Olympics regeneration project.
Once a quiet agricultural community, Stratford later became an area of heavy industrialisation during the 19th century, depicted in dramatic fashion in the London 2012 opening ceremony. The site of the games is now the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the largest urban park project in Europe for over a century.
Ideally placed as a transport hub and an area of increasing economic activity, Stratford is the perfect place for anyone searching for serviced offices.
With fantastic connections via London’s Underground and National Rail services, as well as DLR links to Canary Wharf, and international links via the HS1 line and St Pancras, Stratford forms one of London’s most well-connected business hubs.
Stratford is ideally located near to London City Airport, London’s primary business air travel hub, with fast road and rail links via the DLR.
London City Airport
Airport Code: LCY
Distance from Stratford: 3.8 miles (6.1 km)
Stratford is served by both overground and underground rail networks, and forms a major national rail hub. The Central and Jubilee Tube lines link Stratford to the West End and Wembley Stadium, while the DLR provides links to London City Airport and Canary Wharf. Stratford International provides high speed travel to Europe via St Pancras.
Stratford is well integrated into London’s extensive bus system, with Stratford Bus Station forming the local hub for routes to both the West and East End, and north and south of the river.
The A12 connects Stratford to the M25, M11, and North Circular, efficiently integrating into the national road network, as well as to the City via the A11.