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
Between 6 and 9pm on 19 September 2017, we're inviting local residents to join us at Loughborough in London at Here East to find out more about the latest news, events and developments happening on and around the Park this year. Panel speakers and marketplace stalls are being finalised but keep an eye out on this page for further information.
Organisations which will be attending the marketplace include:
Bobby Moore Academy Chobham Manor Copper Box Arena and London Aquatics Centre
East Wick and Sweetwater Echo Hackney Wick and Fish Island CDT
Hackney Wick Station (Network Rail and Volkers) Here East Hub 67
Legacy Youth Voice London Stadium 185 Park Champions Stratford Original
Fish Island Village (Peabody and Hill) Loughborough in London
Further organisations to be confirmed.
At 7pm, Paul Brickell, Executive Director of Regeneration and Community Partnerships at London Legacy Development Corporation will introduce the panel who will be taking questions from the audience. The panel will feature:
- Peter Tudor, Director of Visitor Services, London Legacy Development Corporation
- Vanessa Coetzee, Development Manager, Fish Island Village
- Gavin Poole, CEO, Here East
- A representative from Legacy Youth Voice
Further panel members to be confirmed.
To register for the event, please visit yourneighbourhoodtalkssept.eventbrite.co.uk
For any questions, or to get in touch regarding Your Neighbourhood Talks, please contact YourNeighbourhoodTalks@QueenElizabethOlympicPark.co.uk
Click here to view the flyer for the 'Your Neighbourhood Talks' session we ran back in March this year.
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.
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