Local residents

With so much happening in and around the Park over the coming years, we want to make sure we keep people informed and that the views and feelings of people living around the Park are heard. 

We undertake ongoing engagement and communications to help build effective relationships with individuals and groups locally so that more specific decisions and actions can then take place with informed knowledge and understanding.

We also run a Considerate Construction Scheme, which aims to keep disruption from the work in the Park to a minimum and to keep people informed about all forthcoming works. We issue regular news bulletins notifying you of events that may lead to traffic congestion, large crowds, noise etc.

If you have any questions or concerns, you can call our free 24 hour hotline on 08000 722 110.

Your Neighbourhood Talks

Come along and join us for Your Neighbourhood Talks at Chobham Academy on 14 March.

Drop in any time between 6.15-8.30pm to visit one of the market place stalls. Organisations in attendance will include Chobham Manor, Echo, Park Champions, LLDC Planning Authority, East Wick and Sweetwater, East Village, International Quarter London, UCL East, Stratford Waterfront and many more.

This is your opportunity to talk directly with the local organisations working with us both on the Park and in the surrounding area. Staff from London Legacy Development Corporation and partner organisations will be on hand to answer your questions. Throughout the evening you can also:

  • Join the panel discussion
  • Enjoy live music from the Chobham Academy band

Refreshments will be provided throughout the evening from East Village resident bakery Signorelli.

Places can be reserved at https://yntmarch2018.eventbrite.co.uk (though registration is not essential).

Questions for the panel can be submitted in advance to yourneighbourhoodtalks@queenelizabetholympicpark.co.uk

Find out more about the new attraction coming to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Skywalk Adventure is proposing an exciting high ropes adventure course for Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

You are invited to see the designs and meet the team behind this brand-new attraction.

The course will be located in the north of the Park on Eastcross Bridge. It promises to be adventure packed with a variety of elements to take you between platforms and varying heights.

This is an opportunity to see the designs, ask questions and provide your valuable thoughts and feedback.

Come and meet the team on Thursday 22 March 10am-4pm and Saturday 14 April 10am-4pm at the Park's Timber Lodge Cafe.

Find out more here.



Park News

Our regular community newsletter Park News is distributed to local residents, providing updates on Park events and facilities. The newsletter also advises of any possible disruption caused by works and events taking place on the Park.

To view the latest edition of Park News, please click the image below.

Alternatively, you can sign up to our monthly e-newsletter by clicking here.

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