The Making of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

As a primary legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park was conceived as a new piece of sustainable city, transforming a largely neglected, contaminated, post-industrial district, into a new community for up to 20,000 residents. Written by those at the heart of the project, it provides the only authoritative account of the planning, design and construction of the Park.

By John Hopkins and Peter Neal
ISBN: 978-1-1199-4069-2
Published by Wiley

23 Nov 2012