We are creating a dynamic new heart for London, which will deliver London 2012’s promise to regenerate “an entire community for the direct benefit of everyone who lives there”.

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The images show the detailed exterior facades of the buildings and were unveiled at the Rising in the East conference on the opportunities and challenges facing east London four years on from the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

FFL is always interested in cultivating forward thinking relationships with east London, London, UK and global project partners, philanthropists and funding foundations.

We are raising £141 million to realise the new Cultural and Education District infrastructure project on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Smithsonian Intends To Create Permanent Exhibition Space in London With the Victoria and Albert Museum
30 and 31 July: A showcase of arts, sound and technology, where the fields meet and intersect.

FFL’s believes in the potential of place and people. Our mission is to co create East Bank, London, as new cultural quarter that improves people’s lives, and is renowned local and globally for its local knowledge, vibrancy and creativity.

On Saturday 3rd September, The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, welcomed the launch of the world’s first Global Disability Innovation Hub on National Paralympic Day and Liberty Festival in London’s Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

Welcome to Foundations, an exciting season of engaging and experimental events that will build the community footings for a new cultural and education district in Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

This year we proudly supported an exciting performance by Motionhouse, presented by our partners Sadler's Wells, at this year's Big Lunch, a fun, free, family day out

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UCL is organising a series of events introducing their many departments to audiences in east London, which will start to test out what local audience will be able to engage with on the new campus.

The Princess Royal was welcomed to the Park by HM Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London, Mr Kenneth Olisa OBE, and Sir William Castell, LVO, Chairman of the Foundation for FutureLondon, after which she was met with children from Gainsborough Primary School