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“London has raised the bar on how to deliver a lasting legacy. This great historical city has created a legacy blueprint for future Games hosts.”
Jacques Rogge, International Olympic Committee President.
Following the 2012 Games, the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) has begun a £300m construction project to transform the Olympic site into Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
This will involve removing temporary venues, transforming permanent venues into everyday use, building new roads and bridges and the first neighbourhood.
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be an exciting new visitor destination. Iconic venues and attractions will sit alongside new homes, schools and businesses, amongst open green spaces and pieces of art in the heart of London’s East End.
The new Park began opening in on 27 July 2013, exactly one year after the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Games.
The LLDC was set up three years before the Games in 2009. As a result, legacy plans for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park are more advanced than any previous host Olympic City. They include:
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