Consultation open on the future development of the Olympic Park

PUBLISHED: 19:00 08 November 2018

The LLDC is looking for feedback on its plans for the next 13 years of development around the Olympic Park. Picture: LLDC

The LLDC is looking for feedback on its plans for the next 13 years of development around the Olympic Park. Picture: LLDC


The company which owns the Olympic Park is reviewing its plan for the area – and wants to hear your views.

The London Legacy Development Corporation adopted a Local Plan in 2015, which set out its strategy for the growth and redevelopment of the area up until 2031.

To make sure it remains up to date, the LLDC is reviewing the plan, and wants residents’ feedback on the changes.

The LLDC is also reviewing its Community Infrastructure Levy – a charge a planning authority makes to develop an area to help fund the environmental, social and physical infrastructure that development will need. With the levy, the LLDC plans to upgrade cycle and pedestrian routes and build a children’s play area.

Comments to the changes can be submitted online here, or via email to There’ll also be four drop-in sessions from November 14 to December 5 where LLDC planning officers will be available for questions.

For details on the drop-in sessions, click here.

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