International Quarter London Masterplan consultation. Public spaces opinions, what’s most important to you?



Our neighbours at International Quarter London have launched a new online consultation to hear your views on what’s most important to you in the new public spaces that will be created at IQL.

Visit to share your opinions and help shape the emerging neighbourhood.

We are hoping to welcome IQL to this forum very soon and they will be holding another round of exhibition events early next month (June 2018)

Please share the project with people you know. The more people involved, the better the needs of the whole community will be reflected. If you have any questions or would like to know more about the consultation, please contact the IQL engagement team:

Telephone: 020 7729 1705


Events Update:

Stratford International
Thursday 31 May
3pm - 7pm

Stratford Library - E15 1EL
Saturday 2 June
3pm - 7pm

Calico Pop-up
Tuesday 5 June
Bridge to Aquatics Centre

For more information please see flyer attached below:

2227 Flyer Final 15.04.18.compressed.pdf (389.0 KB)


From our neighbours at International Quarter London:

There are just 3 days left to make have your say on the International Quarter London. I’d urge everyone to add their views on the proposals by clicking this link:

It’ll take you just a couple of minutes, and every bit of feedback from the community is valuable to improve the value for local people. In particular, there is are several sections that include plans for public spaces. You should find it interesting - there are a series of fly-throughs showing what journeys through IQL will be like when it is finished.

Thanks again for taking part:


From IQL:


This is your last chance to share your views on IQL’s new residential buildings, as our website closes for feedback on Sunday 9th September.

Visit the website to learn more about the plans and give your thoughts on the developing designs for the proposed residences, known as S1 & S11.

Your thoughts will be shared with the architects before plans are submitted for approval this autumn.