The Freedom of Information Act 2000 requires the London Legacy Development Corporation to have an approved Publication Scheme in order to provide easy access to certain types of commonly requested information.
The Information Commissioner’s Model Publication Scheme sets out what categories of information should be made available, where appropriate. For further information please visit the Information Commissioner’s Office website
Most of this information will be made available free of charge and online via this website. Where a cost is incurred, this will be clearly stated. If the information is not available online or if you require the information in a different format please contact us.
The London Legacy Development Corporation (the Development Corporation) has been established as the manager and custodian of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park after the 2012 Games. Its strategic aims are:
The London Legacy Development Corporation is a Mayoral Development Corporation. It was created on 1st April 2012 and replaced the Olympic Park Legacy Company.
The Chair of the London Legacy Development Corporation is the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson
The Corporation works with a wide range of organisations. These include:
The London Legacy Development Corporation publishes a business plan which sets out all the anticipated spending. It also publishes an annual report and accounts which detail its spending. In addition, every month it publishes all of the spending for that month above a set threshold, including fees for consultants, contractors and other organisations it works with.
Details of current Board members are available on this website in our About Us section
The Board is responsible for providing leadership, advice and support to the organisation, setting strategic direction and overall policy, and monitoring standards, performance and corporate governance, as well as representing the London Legacy Development Corporation with other stakeholders.
Policies and procedures
On April 1st 2012 The Olympic Park Legacy Company was transformed in to the London Legacy Development Corporation. As a result of this change all corporate policies will be reviewed and updated.
Mayor of London
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