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The Company is working with a wide range of partners from both the public and private sectors to ensure a successful legacy from the Games.
London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG)
LOCOG is responsible for preparing and staging the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA)
The public body responsible for developing and delivering the infrastructure and venues for the Games.
London & Partners
London & Partners was created to bring together the remits of the capital’s promotional agencies: Think London, Study London and Visit London. The aim is to create one single promotional agency for London that can speak with one voice, vision and mission to all audiences in the UK and internationally.
Lee Valley Regional Park Authority (LVRPA)
A statutory body responsible for managing and developing the 26 mile long, 10,000 acre linear Lee Valley Regional Park – the Olympic Park sits within its current boundaries.
It will own and fund the White Water Canoe Centre at Broxbourne, the VeloPark and Eton Manor on the Olympic Park in legacy, ensuring all three venues are well used by a variety of people from beginners to elite athletes with extensive community use, outreach and sports development programmes. They will join the other sports venues the Authority owns to create a chain of sporting excellence along the Lee Valley Regional Park.
Stratford Renaissance Partnership (SRP)
The Stratford Renaissance Partnership (SRP) was established as a not-for-profit company in January 2007 by a group of organisations with a major stake in the regeneration of Stratford in East London. As Stratford’s transformation proceeds at an accelerating pace, the SRP has set five key objectives: Introduce Stratford to the world; Promote Stratford’s economic profile; Support the transformation of the town centre; Support educational and cultural initiatives, and; Act as a focus for information on the area.