Please note that information on this site is no longer being updated. All existing content has been moved to our new home at QueenElizabethOlympicPark.co.uk. This site will be taken offline by April 2014.
Click anywhere in this area to visit the new site.
A major step forward in the transformation of the Stadium was achieved today, Monday 6 January, with the appointment of Balfour Beatty Group Limited as lead contractor to carry out works to the Stadium in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The E20 Stadium Partnership, set up between the London Legacy Development Corporation and Newham Council, [...]
Images of the new look Aquatics Centre: Download Aquatics Centre Images
New time-lapse footage of the Aquatics Centre external panes of glass installed Download Time-lapse Aquatics Footage
Update on Aquatics Centre and its transformation into an high performance and community venue
Today, the London Legacy Development Corporation, reveals the new look Aquatics Centre as the permanent shape [...]
• ‘Olympicopolis’ project for East London set to deliver 10,000 jobs
• Project will accelerate pace of regeneration and add an extra £5.2bn of economic value
• University College London and Victoria and Albert Museum to advance plans for new institutions on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has today welcomed the Chancellor George Osborne’s pledge [...]
Work began today to remove the floodlight paddles on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s Stadium and transform it into a year round multi-use venue delivering a lasting sporting, cultural and community legacy in east London.
All 14 of the floodlight paddles which weigh 500 tonnes in total are being removed so a new roof – twice the [...]
The London Legacy Development Corporation is offering a unique opportunity for a development partner to take forward the next phase of new neighbourhoods on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The neighbourhoods of East Wick and Sweetwater will consist of up to 1,500 new homes, including much needed private rented housing and affordable homes. The Legacy Corporation expects [...]
As the north of the Park celebrates being open 100 days, the iconic symbol of the Paralympic Games returns to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
The Agitos was displayed in the Park during London 2012’s spectacular Paralympic Games. Located on the main bridge in the north of the Park, it measures nearly four metres wide and three [...]
The first of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park’s five new neighbourhoods took another exciting step forward today as, following the recent approval of the Zonal Masterplan, the London Legacy Development Corporation and Chobham Manor LLP, have now submitted a Reserved Matters Planning Application for phase one of the Chobham Manor development.
Subject to approval, this first phase [...]
The London Legacy Development Corporation has today launched a call for interest to identify parties interested in occupying space within Hackney Wick as it is developed. Keen to work with prospective and existing landowners and occupiers, the Legacy Corporation is seeking responses by 30 November 2013 to inform the first phase of work. The register [...]
London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) has become one of the first organisations in the region to become an accredited London Living Wage employer.
The LLDC has made a commitment that all its direct employers, including interns and contractors, are paid the London Living Wage. This means that every member of staff in the organisation earns not [...]
With two years to go until the final of the Rugby World Cup, excitement is already beginning to mount at the prospect of world-class rugby coming to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park as it will host five matches at the 2015 tournament, including the prestigious bronze play-off game.
Will Greenwood, a member of England’s Rugby World Cup [...]
Press Office contacts:
For media enquiries telephone the Legacy Company's press office on
+44 (0) 20 3288 1777 or email email@example.com
For urgent out of hours enquiries telephone: +44 (0) 7817 386 499