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bpr architects were initially appointed by National Express to produce feasibility designs for a new railway station at Stanford Le Hope under the national stations improvement programme (NSIP).

The client’s brief was to design a modern and sustainable station to provide high quality passenger facilities.

A key aspect of the brief was to design a multi-modal interchange to support a planned shuttle bus service to the nearby London Gateway Port  - Europe's largest container port - and Logistics Park developments. In addition, the station buildings are to be designed to accommodate projected passenger growth to 2031.

The station has been designed to meet BREEAM “Excellent" rating.

Following feasibility stage, bpr have been appointed by Baker Hicks, working as a subconsultant to the principal contractor, Morgan Sindall Construction and Infrastructure Ltd, to prepare the planning application to be submitted by Temple Group as Planning Consultants.  The project brief and design has evolved following various stakeholder meetings during 2013-14 and 2016-17 - the proposal includes two new station buildings which provide a modern, functional, comfortable and elegant space for an enhanced journey experience for passengers.  The multi-modal transport interchange enhances street presence and potential for activity at the station.
national express/c2c
structural engineer
baker hicks
principal contractor
morgan sindall
planning consultant
temple group

panoramic view of the station and its local context

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