Here East is based in what has quickly become one of the best connected places in London.
Stratford is a major transport hub, with 150 tube stations having
direct access and the remainder
just one interchange away.
HS1 connections offer a 7-minute journey to London
St Pancras, for connections with Eurostar.
Crossrail is due to open in 2018 and will dramatically cut east/west travel times across London and the South East, from Reading in the West to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in
Full details on Crossrail can be found on the Crossrail website
A number of bus routes are within
a short walk of Here East with the 388 stopping directly outside on Waterden Road.
You can get a bus to a huge range of destinations across London from Stratford bus station. National Express coaches, which travel across the UK, also depart from Stratford bus station.
Live Arrival and Depatures from Stratford Bus Station can be found on the TfL website
A network of local cycle routes, on-site Cycle Hub for over 450 bikes, campus repair shop and bike rental make Here East perfect for cyclists.
Due to open in 2016, the new Cycle Superhighway 2 will be a safe and simple route for cyclists coming to Here East from across London.
Thames Path: Scenic route from the Cutty Sark in Greenwich to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Path, via the Thames Barrier and Millennium Dome
Lee Valley Velodrome: 8km of mountain bike trails and a floodlit road circuit a short ride from Here East
With fast, direct links from Central London and the rest of Britain, Here East is easy to reach by car.
International travel to and from Here East is easy with fast journey times to 5 major airports.
London City Airport is a 25-minute drive from here, giving you access to some of Europe's top business cities.