Stratford is a town located in the East of London and is managed by the London Borough of Newham and located in Travel Zone 3 and has excellent transport links for tube, bus, rail and coach. Stratford Station is served by the Central and Jubilee Lines, London Overground and DLR. Directly outside the underground station is the very large Stratford Bus Station. National Express Coaches also depart from Stratford, providing convenient travel from those travelling from further locations.
Stratford has seen millions of pounds invested into it over recent years and is now a thriving area, home to both the London Olympic Park and Westfield Stratford City. Stratford was chosen as the destination for the London Olympics, which saw thousands of people travel to Stratford throughout the summer of 2012.
Westfield Stratford City is home to over 300 retailers, a casino, cinema, bowling alley and a vast range of restaurants. It is a £1.75billion pound development with 1,200 new build homes and 1.1million square feet of office space being built along with car parking space for 5,000 vehicles.
The local area has affordable offices with many low cost options offering affordability in what should prove to be an increasingly popular area as inward investment continues. Ilford, Dagenham and Romford are all close by to the east and can provide offices that are more budget driven than moving closer to Central London to the west.