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The answer’s a hat-trick, and it’s awarded to Stratford. Our titans of education, culture and retail have all realised the same thing: London is moving east – so they’re moving with it.
Nestled within the London Borough of Newham, Stratford has grown from strength to strength since the 2012 Olympics. One of the most exciting regeneration projects London has seen in recent years, today Stratford is a cultural hub with education, employment and people at its core. And thanks to the East Bank scheme, a unique collaboration between world-leading universities and art institutions, the BBC Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, BBC Singers, Sadler’s Wells and the London College of Fashion will soon be settling into their new E15 home.
“London’s centre of gravity is clearly moving east and it is right that culture and education should be at the heart of this new metropolitan centre.”
– Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan
Just 500m east of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the new cultural centre, you’ll find Duncan House on Stratford High Street. For educators looking to expand their offering and create new opportunities outside of central London, this exciting new development from Somers Real Estate should be the first destination on your list.
Stunning modern architecture
Designed by Hodder and Partners Architects, the trapezoidal-shaped building is an eye-catching, airy sun trap with courtyard.
The world’s leading institutions
You’ll find Birbeck and the University of East London situated in University Square, with Loughborough University London just down the road in Here East. Following trend, University College London and the London College of Fashion are currently expanding onto the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
D1 – Educational/Academic Space
Built as part of a larger student housing tower and residential scheme the self-contained academic part of Duncan House extends over four floors, from the ground to the third. Accessibility and academia are at the heart of the design, with kitchen, break-out areas, IT room, library and offices across its airy and bright double aspect floor plates. GIA: 29,417 sq
Just a minute’s walk to the Stratford High Street DLR and 5 minutes from Stratford Underground and Train Station, the area is spoilt for regular services throughout London. With more trains than Waterloo at peak times, get to Kings Cross St Pancras in 7 minutes, Liverpool Street in 8, while Oxford Street is just a 19-minute ride.
Flexible tenure arrangements available