Views sought on plans for Olympic Park in Stratford
The body overseeing the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is calling on residents to help shape the area over nearly two decades.
The London Legacy Development Corporation is required to produce a Local Plan for how it will develop the area until 2030.
It will look at how best to bring jobs and growth, new homes required, and the impact of any developments on traffic, waste water and other resources.
It will also examine which land is suitable for housing and different types of businesses.
Director of Planning Polices and Decisions, Vivienne Ramsey, said: “Whether you are a resident, run a local business, represent a community group or are a developer, we want to hear your views.
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“For just a few minutes that it takes to complete this questionnaire you will be able to shape development in the area for a generation.”
Every questionnaire received will be entered into a prize draw to win one of five pairs of tickets for the ArcelorMittal Orbit when it re-opens.
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