Frogmore works up Stratford plans

Major mixed-use scheme proposed for site of Stratford shopping centre

Frogmore has lodged revised plans with the London Borough of Newham for the redevelopment of the Stratford shopping centre in East London. Four towers of up to 500ft are proposed for the site, which sits opposite Stratford’s main transport interchange and URW’s Westfield Stratford City.

Under the new proposals the existing mall, providing 279,300 sq ft of retail arranged over ground and first floor across 62 units, would be retained but an existing 15-storey office block would be demolished. In its place Frogmore proposes:

• Two residential towers, one of 44 storeys with 330 apartments and another of 17 storeys with 120 apartments.
• An office building of up to 10 storeys
• An hotel building of up to 22 storeys providing 280 rooms plus F&B space.

In its submission Frogmore made it clear that the plans represent current thinking and the proposals are likely to evolve before a formal planning application is submitted.

Source: August 16th 2018

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