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This insightful walking tour around the Olympic Park — led by expert guide Nick Edwards — tells the story of the post 2012 landscape and success of Legacy ambition. It will tell the story of the multi-billion regeneration project which has transformed 250 hectares of former industrial land in the Lower Lea Valley, covering the pre-Games, Stratford City metropolitan plans and Legacy masterplan proposals for five new neighbourhoods alongside some ground-breaking community engagement programmes.

The tour will cover the planning, design and delivery of this new large-scale mixed use district which is now home to the Financial Conduct Authority, Transport for London, Cancer Research UK, UNICEF, British Council, Loughborough University, BT Sports and the Bartlett.

Olympic Legacy walking tour

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Event Type(s) Walks and Tours
Tickets / Admission £ 14.50
Tickets/Booking/RSVP: open-city.org.uk/...


Open City

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