Build the legacy

A modern urban destination

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is a globally recognisable landmark and one of the capital’s most popular parks.

It knits a vibrant area of east London into a cutting-edge urban destination. It redefines the historic, industrial and creative heartlands of Stratford and Hackney Wick as an exciting and sustainable place to live, work, study, play and visit, providing award winning parklands, waterways and playgrounds for the whole community.

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Landmark former Olympic and Paralympic venues including London Stadium, London Aquatics Centre, the Copper Box Arena and Lee Valley VeloPark sit alongside the innovation hub of Here East, the business district of International Quarter London and best in class shopping at Westfield Stratford. Exceptional new neighbourhoods including East Village, Chobham Manor, Fish Island, Hackney Wick and East Wick and Sweetwater are soaring in popularity and making the area one of the capital’s most sought after, with many more planned for the future.

Exceptional schools and leading universities are present whilst East Bank will soon be home to some of the biggest cultural organisations in the country; Sadler’s Wells, BBC, V&A and London College of Fashion. All of this continues to establish the Park’s status as a global centre for London.

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The Park is exceptionally well connected

By Train

Stratford Underground

Mainline and International Station


Central and Jubilee Lines

Less than

40 minutes

to londons major railway stations


greater anglia

less than

60 minutes

to all London international
airports from Stratford station

By Road


well-connected routes by coach

30 minutes

to the M25