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Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be home to some of London’s most exciting and innovative businesses in the coming years.

Those businesses will take advantage of the Park’s cutting edge infrastructure, a host of high quality facilities for organisations of all sizes, and some of the best transport links in London.

Contributing to the economic growth of east London is an important part of our vision, and we want to ensure that local firms play a major part by winning supply chain contracts or locating around the Park. 

We want to build on the region’s creative and commercial heritage and are planning new developments both on the Park itself and in the surrounding area to preserve that character.

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Here East

Formerly the Press and Broadcast Centres during the London 2012 Games, Here East will provide space for 4,500 jobs and already boasts a number of high profile tenants.

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The International Quarter

More than four million sq ft of new workplaces meets a host of new hotels, shops and restaurants as well as three acres of new open spaces on the banks of the Park.

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Events and Interim Uses Hub

Stage an event

The Park’s superb transport links and range of permanent and temporary spaces make it perfect for events of any size – if you are looking for a venue for corporate or public events, take a look at what we have to offer.

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3 Mills Studios

London’s largest film and TV studio – and former home of the Big Brother house - is one of east London’s best kept secrets, a few minutes canalside walk from the Park. 

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Business Volunteering Hub

Business volunteering

We're supporting local communities by connecting individuals and businesses around the Park. Echo is a time bank project that encourages both groups to volunteer their skills, services or resources.

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Jobs and employment

 More than 5,000 people have already played a part in building and transforming the Park.

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