Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Transformed over 18 months, the Park reopened in April 2014 as an inclusive, sustainable public park, doubling the green space created for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

It now attracts over five million visitors a year to venues such as the London Stadium, Lee Valley VeloPark and the London Aquatics Centre. As well as iconic buildings, the Park is home to beautiful gardens and waterways, playgrounds, fountains and cafes.

It is also a major driver of regeneration in east London. Up to 24,000 new homes will be developed in the London Legacy Development Corporation planning area by 2031, and the Park will attract tens of thousands of jobs through developments such as Here East, the International Quarter London and the Cultural and Education District.