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International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Jacques Rogge has hailed London 2012 as a “legacy blueprint” for future Olympic Games ahead of a meeting today with Prime Minister David Cameron, Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, LOCOG Chairman Lord Coe and Sports Minister Hugh Robertson.
The high level endorsement coincides with the IOC’s three-day inspection visit and the publication [...]
The Olympic Park Legacy Company today announced a final shortlist of three bidders competing for the opportunity to build the first neighbourhood on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
Tournaments to be held at Lee Valley Hockey Centre Olympic legacy venue
Around 300 young people from the Olympic Host Boroughs gave the Aquatics Centre a resounding thumbs-up after they got the chance to swim in the iconic 2012 venue
Thirty young people have joined the 2012 Legacy Youth Panel to help shape the future of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
The London Legacy Development Corporation will move into Westfield’s One Stratford Place office development from May 2012
Sixty young people from the host Olympic boroughs will learn broadcasting skills as part of the legacy of the 2012 Games
The Aquatics Centre and The Copper Box will play host to two community events this spring as a taste of things to come after the London 2012 Games
One of Europe’s best cycling facilities will be created on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park after plans to develop outdoor tracks were approved last night
A new cultural centre will open in Hackney Wick this spring once the Olympic Park Legacy Company brings a derelict former print works back into use
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