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A market testing exercise is being undertaken to ascertain interest in the operation of the stadium and wider areas of the south of the Park. This represents a fantastic opportunity for an organisation to be responsible for the management and operation of one of the most high profile stadia in the world; to bring events and activity to the venue throughout the year; and play a key role in the creation of a vibrant and exciting visitor destination.
Go to http://www.londonlegacy.co.uk/investment-and-venues/stadium-plus-opportunity/ for more information.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park presents a rare investment opportunity reflecting the recent trend of London moving east. A combination of open spaces, state of the art venues, a world class shopping centre and a cluster of dynamic communities will allow for the development of a new destination for business leisure and life.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be one of London’s most important regeneration projects over the next 25 years. At the heart of the capital’s growth this century, the Park will be a unique undertaking and a catalyst for the transformation of east London.
The area boasts five world-class sports venues, with around 2,800 new homes at the Athletes Village, a premium utilities and communications infrastructure, greatly improved bridge, cycle, pedestrian and road connections with newly invigorated waterways and some of the best transport links in Europe.
All this will be in addition to the commercial investment from Westfield to develop Stratford City, Europe’s largest indoor shopping centre, as well as significant residential and commercial options. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and its surrounding areas will offer some of the most significant investment opportunities in the UK over the coming decades which is important for the future of London and the national economy.
As the body responsible for the long-term planning, development, management and maintenance of the Park and surrounding areas, the Legacy Corporation is working with private and third sector partners to create a lasting legacy by developing the Park to create this new metropolitan area of the capital.