Researchers at UCL’s Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (CASA) have created Tales of the Park, a new digital experience for visitors to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the surrounding area. 3D-printed interactive creatures including bees, otters, bats and garden gnomes that you can chat to using your smartphone are now located in a range of locations for people to find.
Five years on from hosting the London 2012 Games, the former Olympic Park is ready to welcome back world-class athletes and spectators to be a part of the legacy that was such a huge focus of the 2012 bid.
Farzana Saddiq, a team leader apprentice with GLL at the London Aquatics Centre, took home the coveted Apprentice of the Year award at the fourth Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park Apprenticeship Awards ceremony held at Here East, last night (Wednesday 5 July, 2017).
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will soon be home to a number of automated smart detectors which will monitor the activity of London’s urban bats.
Six additional experts have been appointed to the London Legacy Development Corporation’s independent Quality Review Panel. Since 2012 the panel has been helping to ensure the highest possible design standards within Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and its surrounding neighbourhoods.
A new exhibition opens today (5 April) at New London Architecture (NLA) charting the history and future of the Lea River Park.
Work is underway on a £25 million scheme to transform Hackney Wick Overground station and deliver major improvements for Londoners and businesses in the surrounding area.