Plans go in for Stratford Waterfront redevelopment

The concept design for East Bank's 600 homes, seen from the north-east

London Legacy Development Corporation lodges plans for cultural instititions and 600 homes

The London Legacy Development Corporation has submitted a planning application for Stratford Waterfront, as part of its £1.1bn plans for the East Bank regeneration at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. 

Stratford Waterfront, which has been masterplanned by Allies & Morrison, will be home to the V&A, Sadler’s Wells, UAL’s London College of Fashion and the BBC, as well as a new residential neighbourhood.

Rosanna Lawes, executive director of development at the LLDC, said: “This announcement takes us another step closer to realising one of the most ambitious and largest culture and education investments the capital has ever seen, creating thousands of jobs and huge opportunities in the heart of east London.”

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