• So many things to do

    Glasshouse Gardens offers the best of London living. The development is located at the gateway to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at the heart of Europe's largest new urban development, benefiting from over £12.5 billion of investment to date.
  • Endless possibilities day in, day out

    Stratford London is a vibrant neighbourhood, an area that embraces all that is new, but keeps its heritage at its heart. This is the place that continues to grow and thrive on a daily basis. This is the place where everything feels fresh and exciting. This is the place to be.


There are tempting foodie places for whatever your tastes. There are places remaining true to their roots. There are over 70 places to eat around Westfield Stratford City and Stratford High Street. There are places with established cult followings and there are places where people know each other's names and will eventually know yours too.

Local Eateries

  • The Counter Café
  • King Edward VII pub
  • Londek Café
  • Café Mondo
  • Franco Manca
  • The Railway Tavern
  • Formans Restaurant


Love shopping? Or just love having everything in one easy place?

Westfield Stratford is the largest urban shopping centre Europe. Timewise, it’s open until 9pm every single night. Nearby, The Stratford Centre hums with indoor and outdoor market stalls.

Retail Therapy

Stratford is a shopping paradise with Westfield housing over 300 retail brands including John Lewis, Marks and Spencer, Apple, and Armani. And over at East Village, there’s an expanding selection of boutique food and clothes stores, find out more at eastvillagelondon.co.uk and             getlivinglondon.com


As a local you can wander through Victoria Park, Hackney Wick and Dalston and discover cafés with their own identities. You can sit outside watching the world go by or stroll along the canal with your cappuccino in hand. No two cafés are the same.

Discovering Artisan may in fact be a bitter love as now that you have tasted real coffee it means that you will go out of your way to find it. Stratford now boast more than 5 coffee houses all within walking distance from Glasshouse Gardens including:

  • Grind Coffee Bar
  • Café Mondo
  • Caffe Concerto
  • Counter Café
  • Elbows Café


There are hotels to cater for everyone's tastes. You can get fantastic views from the Holiday Inn, Westfield or go quirky at the Westbridge Hotel. This stylish boutique hotel is located in the heart of Stratford’s shopping and leisure district and provides a range of accommodation from suites to standard double rooms. The hotel coffee house serves breakfast, lunch and dinner and is the perfect place to meet friends or unwind after a busy day.

Arts & Culture

Did you know David Bailey was born just up the road as was David Beckham? Those with art in their heart are in for a treat as the area is dotted with cool and contemporary art galleries and inspiring spaces including The Elevator Gallery and Stour Space located in Hackney Wick.

A place wouldn't be complete without a theatre and there are two in walking distance from Glasshouse Gardens; Theatre Royal Stratford East and the Yard Theatre.

Parks & Open Spaces

Open space, cycling space, unwinding space, inspiring space, breathing space – acres and acres of fantastic unspoilt natural space available to roam gives you freedom and feel-good factor. Green space is all around Glasshouse Gardens, from landscaped gardens just outside through to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park: a haven for wildlife and nature as big as Hyde Park.

35km of

paths, nature

trails &



Local markets always create a sense of established, time-old community. Columbia Road flower market and Broadway Market in Hackney are no exception. Hackney is also rich in places demonstrating independence of spirit, from a bakery selling jars of Hackney honey to a shop selling vintage wares as if from someone’s very own front room.

Columbia Road Market

On Sunday the street is transformed into an oasis of foliage and flowers. Everything from bedding plants to 10 foot banana trees are up for grabs. The air is intense with the scent of flowers and the chant of the barrow boys ‘Everthin’ a fiver’.


From infant day care to primary schools to further education colleges ranked ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted, Stratford London offers a wide range of options. The area is also home to Chobham Academy, a Lend Lease Harris Partnership, a new school which is one of the few in the UK providing education from ages 3 to 19. Two Legacy Development Schools are also planned to be built on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.


Glasshouse Gardens is close to some of the UK’s top universities, from traditional institutions to highly specialised establishments – there are five major universities within five miles of Stratford.

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Amenities & Attractions

  • Restaurants & Pubs
  • Cafés
  • Shops
  • Parks & Green Spaces
  • Arts & Culture
  • Hotels
  • Schools & Universites


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