The London Olympics 2012 created a unique opportunity to regenerate east London, leading to the creation of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
Among the biggest regeneration projects in the world, the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA), followed by the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC), have been tasked with creating a legacy for Londoners, ensuring the creation of jobs and amenities alongside infrastructure, housing and community buildings
Engaging schools and schoolchildren in the regeneration process is a key objective for LLDC and will help secure the future work force for the digital built environment in east London. The DEC programme ensures young people have a strong understanding of sustainability and community
East London's DEC Community
We are proud to be working with the following schools in east London. Contact us if you would like to find out more. If you're already registered, click on the school relevant to you for more information.
- Heathcote School and Science College
- Langdon Park School
- Mossbourne Community Academy
- School 21
- Sir George Monoux College
The LLDC consortium of employers that have supported the DEC programme in east London, and wider skills and apprenticeships delivery, include Allies & Morrison, Balfour Beatty, Ballymore, Barratt Homes, Buro Happold, Engie, Mace Group, Places for People, Taylor Wimpey and Transport for London, and we are always seeking new partnerships to support our schools.