Hatch helps shape the future of London’s Waterloo Station

October 21, 2022

London, United Kingdom – As part of a consortium with Grimshaw Architects, Hatch’s Urban Solutions team will contribute to a new vision for the regeneration of Waterloo Station and its immediate environment.

London Waterloo station is a premiere multi-mode transport hub in Southeast England, occupying a prominent precinct in the city. The station is close to a number of celebrated global cultural venues and serves thousands of people’s transportation needs.

Hatch has previously collaborated with Grimshaw to envision world-class urban regeneration and placemaking outcomes. This latest project will establish a vision for the regeneration of Waterloo Station to create stronger links and a more vibrant public realm across the Waterloo and South Bank neighborhood. Hatch will provide socioeconomic analysis and social value strategy to inform the master planning vision.

“Working with Lambeth, Grimshaw, and other consortium partners on this highly visible and important site provides an opportunity to create positive change for one of the world’s premiere transportation hubs, demonstrating the importance of integrating spatial strategy, social value, and economic foresight toward enhancing the transformative power of highly performing places.” - Andrew Caruso, Director, Urban Solutions

For more information, please contact:

Lindsay Janca
Global Director, Public Relations
Tel: +1 905 403 4199
Email: media@hatch.com

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