On 16 December, 2010 the Mayor of
Newham approved the Stratford Metropolitan Masterplan as a
strategic statement for the regeneration of the Stratford area
including the existing town centre, Stratford City and the Olympic
Site after the 2012 Games.
The Masterplan was developed through a year-long process
involving widespread consultation and option testing. The plan is
supported by a range of background studies including a detailed
evidence base, a sustainability appraisal, a transport study and a
community infrastructure assessment.
The Masterplan sets out the Council's ambition for Stratford to be
transformed into an integrated Metropolitan Centre for East London
offering new opportunities for Newham residents including 46,000
new jobs, 20,000 new homes, 8 new schools, new shops, leisure
facilities and local services and better walking routes and
Early development opportunities are identified in Stratford Old
Town, Carpenter Estate, Chobham Farm and Sugar House Lane.
Stratford Masterplan documents
View the minutes of the
Mayor's decision to approve the masterplan.