Cre8 Side Alley Garden
Cre8 Arc Master Plan
Garden Clean Up
Cre8 Arc Side Garden
Cre8 Arc Garden Phase 3
Cre8 Arc Design - Side Alley Way
Cre8 Arc Design
Olympic site recycled materials
Cre8 Alley way break up
The Cre8 Arc is an eco hub, permaculture gardens and sporting facility built using reused and recycled material from the Olympic Park.
The Cre8 Arc is a passive, off grid out-house and permaculture garden designed and built by a pioneering project team using materials from the London 2012 Games and local organisations to showcase a sustainable legacy of London 2012.
A beautiful sustainable centre/lodge, garden and sitting area
for the local community and all visitors
Opportunities to learn about low carbon alternatives to
running and building sustainable homes
Empowering the local community to get involved and learn
about sustainable gardening.
Enjoy the beautiful gardens and vertical gardens displaying
plants for decorative purposes to inject life in the local area
and uplift the soul.
A showcase teaching environment for schools, colleges and the wider community
Built by the community, for the community, the Cre8 Arc is a template for innovation in sustainable design and community engagement. It is in essence a voluntary project led by professionals from local companies and universities.
These experts are guiding a local volunteer network through the build by imparting skills and knowledge relating to sustainable development and innovation. After the build, the local community will be invited to manage and curate the garden.
We have attracted valued investment and donations from the London Legacy Development Corporation, Wick Award, Groundwork, Chanton, Balfour Beatty, Lafarge Tarmac, Flannery's, Speedyhire, Rendrive, Zac Monro Architects and Pret a Manger to build the Cre8 Arc;.
Your help is key to our success
To ensure this landmark project comes to fruition, your support is pivotal. This build is projected to become a showcase for new products and innovations in the sustainable market, but we can only achieve our goal with your contributions in materials, product donations, and time. To date we have raised one third of the projected costs and materials.
To find out more please contact Martin Krupik, Project Manager on 020 8533 1691 or Email