The London Legacy Development Corporation was created in 2012 and has the responsibility for looking after the development of buildings and outdoor spaces in and around Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
You can read more about the history of the organisation and how we operate here.
As part of this remit, we act as the planning authority for this area, carrying out all of the planning functions that a local planning authority would normally have responsibility for, such as approving or rejecting new developments, giving guidance to local developers, and defining planning policy for development in the area through the Local Plan.
Local Plan 2020 – 2036
The Local Plan sets out the Legacy Corporation’s strategy for the future of its area and includes the policies that will be used to direct development and determine applications for planning permission.
Section 106 Library
View copies of all Section 106 Agreements in relation to London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) & Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) Planning Applications
Community infrastructure Levies
These are new levies on development which help fund the social, environmental and physical infrastructure that new developments will need.
Local communities have the ability to shape development within their area by preparing neighbourhood plans. Find out more about this process and our role as a local planning authority.
Supplementary Planning Documents
A number of Supplementary Planning Documents (SPDs) are being prepared to provide further detail on a number of Local Plan policies and site allocations.
Current Planning Policy Consultations
Details of current consultations on new or revised planning policy and guidance documents.
There are five conservation areas within the Legacy Corporation Area.
AMR and Brownfield Land Register
The Legacy Corporation's Planning Authority Monitoring Report and Brownfield Land Register