We undertake ongoing engagement and communications to help build effective relationships with individuals and groups locally so that more specific decisions and actions can then take place with informed knowledge and understanding.
We also run a Considerate Construction Scheme, which aims to keep disruption from the work in the Park to a minimum and to keep people informed about all forthcoming works. We issue regular news bulletins notifying you of events that may lead to traffic congestion, large crowds, noise etc.
If you have any questions or concerns, you can call our free 24 hour hotline on 08000 722 110.
There are also a number of other ways that you can have your say.
Our residents’ meetings are held four times a year in venues within neighbourhoods closest to the to the Park. At these meetings we update on the latest construction activity, the broader development of the Park and events, key opportunities including jobs, training, business, new homes and schools, as well as hearing your feedback. We publicise our residents meetings on our website and through local media. Meetings are also listed in Park News, our residents’ newsletter published four times a year.
We also attend meetings organised by local groups, so if you are interested in hearing more about the Park and the different opportunities available to local groups then please do get in touch with us.
The next residents meetings are:
Gainsborough School, Berkshire Road
London E9 5ND
Monday 24 March, 6.30-8.00pm
Carpenters Primary School
Friendship Way, Stratford E15 2JQ
Wednesday 26 March, 6.30-8.00pm
Chandos East Community Centre,
90 Chandos Road, E15 1TT
Monday 31 March, 6.30-8.00pm
Our regular community newsletter Park News is distributed to local residents, providing updates on Park events and facilities. The newsletter also advises of any possible disruption caused by works and events taking place on the Park.
To view the latest edition of Park News, please click the image.
Alternatively, you can sign up to our monthly e-newsletter by clicking here.