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Levitt Bernstein Design Another Stratford Tower

Driven by the momentum of the 2012 Olympics and existing synergies along its High Street, Stratford is becoming something of a boom-town for London.

Adding further to this is a new development designed by Levitt Bernstein, their second in the area, this time for Stroudley Walk which lies a couple of hundreds metres north of the High Street.

The project will see the development of the existing Warren House, and the construction of a new development helmed by a tower of 16 storeys and 52.2 metres in height aimed at fitting in the middle of what is considered the acceptable height for the area - between 11 and 25 storeys - that has been orientated along a north/south axis to maximise the availability of sunlight to residents. Further adding focus to the tall building will be retail space under it.

Along Stroudley Walk a new public space will be created along with a series of new blocks lining it with the taller vertical elements of them aimed at creating visual gateways to area that when added up with the main tower will total 134 new apartments. The end result should be an attractive tree-lined boulevard that runs through the site and snakes under the tower.

Currently the project is still at outline stage hence the lack of detail on such things as cladding, but if it gets approval then another small chunk of Stratford could soon be dragged kicking and screaming towards regeneration.

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