First CGIs of this major Waterloo development revealed
The proposals, designed by Stirling Prize winning architects AHMM, will create over 1 million sq ft of new workspace and deliver significant improvements to the pedestrian experience around Waterloo Station and through to the Southbank, through the creation of over 1.5 acres of new public space and improved permeability through the site.
The development of Elizabeth House will bring exceptional office space to Waterloo to support up to 12,000 jobs. HB Reavis intends to design workspaces that will encourage partnership and collaboration. The proposed designs purposefully feature a variety of floorplates to foster an ecosystem of businesses, accommodating start-ups and scale-ups through to large global companies. Every occupier of the building will have access to outdoor green space.
Waterloo Station is already the UK’s busiest station currently used by 100 million passengers a year and is set to increase to 130 million people a year over the next five years. The planned designs will complement the Waterloo International Terminal upgrade works, providing capacity relief and significantly improving access to Waterloo Station.
The scheme will feature:
We are really excited to share our proposals for the complete transformation of this strategically important site for London. We have had a terrific level of engagement through our consultation process over the last nine months and we hope to see many more faces at our next public exhibition in December.
Kiran Pawar, Development Director at HB Reavis
Public exhibition details:
Saturday 8 December 2018: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Monday 10 December 2018: 1:00pm – 7:00pm
Friday 14 December 2018: 12:00am – 8:00pm
Saturday 15 December 2018: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Waterloo Community Action Centre
14 Baylis Rd
London, SE1 7AA