• Stratford International Station

    Served by the UK's only high-speed commuter line, High-Speed 1, offering direct connections to stations in Kent, and a 7-minute direct journey to London St Pancras, for connections with Eurostar to Paris, Brussels and beyond.
  • Stratford

    A key transport hub for London, with direct access to 150 tube stations and the remainder reachable within just one interchange. With nine rail links and 200 trains an hour at peak times, Stratford is busier than London Victoria or Waterloo.


With 9 different underground and train lines and over 200 trains an hour, Stratford Station offers easy, fast and direct links to key destinations. From Autumn 2016 there will be 24 hour services on Fridays and Saturdays on the Central and Jubilee line services calling at Stratford. And by May 2019 the Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) will call at Stratford delivering a high frequency, high capacity service from East to West London.


You’re just 15 minutes from London City Airport and less than an hour from London Gatwick, Heathrow or Stansted airports.


Stratford is served by 18 bus routes and 3 night bus routes, with approximately 150 buses arriving in the peak hours, providing excellent local connections.


Road links to central London from Stratford are excellent as are links out along the A12 to the M11 and M25. Car clubs are located in and around Glasshouse Gardens offering access to a network of vehicles on a pay-as-you-go basis providing you with a simpler and more sustainable way to use a car or van. For Blue Badge holders there are four disabled parking bays available for the use by residents in the Glasshouse Garden car park.


But why bother with the car? There are plenty of brand new cycle routes to enjoy, including the new Cycle Superhighway II that takes you straight to Aldgate in 23 minutes for easy commutes into the City. Sandanter Cycles are available for hire at two locations within a five minute walk from Glasshouse Gardens, allowing you to pick up a bike locally and then return it to another docking station at your destination.


Take a stroll in one of London's newest, greenest, most walk-able neighbourhoods. Explore trails across the 560 acre Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park or take a wander through Stratford and discover your favourite new café. Alternatively, enjoy some uninterrupted thinking time as you take a lunchtime stroll or use the walk home from work to help clear your head and de-stress.

Distances from Stratford

  • King’s Cross St Pancras 7 min
  • Liverpool Street 8 min
  • Canary Wharf 11 min
  • City Airport 15 min
  • Oxford Street 19 min
  • Heathrow Airport 58 min