Acme's Olympic Park pavilion gets planning nod

The Pavilion at IQL 1

Two-storey building will include visitor centre and cafes

Acme’s plans for a 10,000sq ft pavilion at Stratford’s International Quarter has been approved by planners at the London Legacy Development Corporation.

The multi-storey pavilion, for Lendlease, is intended to create a new gateway to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

The building, which is to be constructed using cross-laminated and glue-laminated timber, will house the park’s visitor centre, a café and two restaurants and there will also be an accessible roof terrace.

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