Stratford Westfield student housing development consultation shows building design

Work is proceeding on plans to build 520 student rooms about part of Westfield in Stratford.

A consultation event has been held revealing images of the proposed design close to Stratford International DLR and Southeastern stations.

There ‘s a very strong 1970s emphasis with the proposed design.

Development proposed above car park

The architects are Allford Hall Monaghan Morris (AHMM).

Architectural influence

Consultation documents state:

Our designs draw on the history of Stratford, with architectural elements borrowed from the site’s past experience as a strategic transport hub

Courtesy Westfield

It also continues:

The proposed main façade of the building will add a striking presence and complement the existing colours of the location

A survey is available to fill-in here.

Courtesy Westfield. Image of proposed block with SE station on right

If approved Westfield are hoping to see the block complete by autumn 2027.

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One thought on “Stratford Westfield student housing development consultation shows building design

  • The new student block will have elements of design from buildings previously in Statford is a really nice touch.
    Being close to transport links will be ideal for students. I think this development will be very popular amongst students studying in the area.


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