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The Olympic Park has now closed for a £292m redevelopment following the Olympics and Paralympics, but it will begin reopening from 27 July 2013.
The £292m transformation programme will clear the Games-time structures including temporary venues, bridges, walkways and roads; connect the Park to the surrounding area with new roads, cycle and foot paths; and complete permanent venues, bridges and parklands ready for residents' and visitors' everyday use.
Starting in the North Park, the first venue to reopen will be the Copper Box, with the whole of the North Park including the VeloPark, a new outdoor cycle circuit and mountain bike trail, and Lee Valley Tennis and Hockey Centre opening by the end of 2013.
This will be followed by the South Park from spring 2014 which will be home to the South Plaza, a dynamic public space that will welcome crowds to the Park with entertainment and attractions.
LLDC interim chief executive Dennis Hone said: "The park's fantastic venues will give people the chance to follow in the footsteps of our great Olympians and Paralympians.
"By visiting Noordinarypark.co.uk they can see exactly how the park will be adapted, what the venues and open spaces will be used for and when they will reopen.
"The Olympic and Paralympic Games were extraordinary and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will be no ordinary park."