Olympic Park Power

From October 1, the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) will become the local planning authority for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and adjoining areas in Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Hackney and Newham.

Led by Vivienne Ramsey, currently director of the Olympic Delivery Authority’s planning decisions team, the LLDC will prepare a local plan for the area, as well as setting its own community infrastructure levy charge and providing support to the Legacy Corporation’s planning decisions committee.

“Taking on these functions and this team is the next logical step in ensuring that we are able to maximise London’s 2012 legacy through developing Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and surrounding areas of east London,” interim chief executive, Dennis Hone (pictured) said.

“Being a single point of contact for regeneration, landowner, developer, planning authority and investor, will better enable us to secure and promote high-quality sustainable development and investment in order to benefit local communities.”

 

Olympic Park Power

From October 1, the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) will become the local planning authority for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and adjoining areas in Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Hackney and Newham.

Led by Vivienne Ramsey, currently director of the Olympic Delivery Authority’s planning decisions team, the LLDC will prepare a local plan for the area, as well as setting its own community infrastructure levy charge and providing support to the Legacy Corporation’s planning decisions committee.

“Taking on these functions and this team is the next logical step in ensuring that we are able to maximise London’s 2012 legacy through developing Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and surrounding areas of east London,” interim chief executive, Dennis Hone (pictured) said.

“Being a single point of contact for regeneration, landowner, developer, planning authority and investor, will better enable us to secure and promote high-quality sustainable development and investment in order to benefit local communities.”