Planning Usage: B1 Business / Office
Sugar House Island is a 26-acre mixed-use neighbourhood. This quietly spectacular new corner of London will deliver:
• 624,000 ft² (58,000m²) of office space, bringing 2,500 jobs to the local area.
• 1,200 homes, ranging from family-sized mews houses to riverside apartments.
• A 350-bedroom hotel.
• Restaurants & bars, cafés and shops, all with an independent theme.
• More than three acres of parks & yards, and a riverside walk.
• Three new bridges connecting into surrounding areas.
• Plans for a two-form entry primary school.
There’s something to interest everyone in the local area. From open spaces and tranquil riverside walks to outdoor sculpture trails. From Westfield Stratford’s hundreds of bustling shops, to a 250-year-old local market. From wellknown bars and restaurants to independent pubs and microbreweries. From theatres and galleries to cinemas and Europe’s largest casino. From state-of-the art international sporting venues and public facilities in The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park to Grade-I listed buildings that have made history down the ages.
Sugar House Island has eight stations within walking distance, connecting into the Central Line, District Line, Elizabeth Line, DLR, Hammersmith & City Line, Jubilee Line, National Rail and the Overground. Santander Cycles, planned for the top of Sugar House Lane, make it quick and easy to get about; and Stratford Station is close by with its fast connections into London and beyond. The site offers connections of up to 10 Gigabits per second within offices, as well as WiFi across the development.
Dane’s Yard is the first phase of Sugar House Island, ready for occupation in spring 2019.
It offers 100,000ft² (9,000m²) of office space to creative businesses in eight old and new buildings.