Spurs, Olympic houses and transport issues …

There’s a good piece today by Andrew Warshaw in Insidethegames  that explores Spurs’ motives for targeting Newham council in particular when seeking a judicial review of the decision to select rival West Ham as anchor tenant for the Olympics stadium.

For some time I have been suffering from Olympic stadium fatigue given the amount that has already been written on this saga. Nevertheless, it is clear that the process is far from over and, as I have written before, how Spurs fare could set the scene for an increasingly litigious and in turn time-constrained project.

Other than this the other main Olympics story I have been following this week again concerns which London sites will secure the Olympic houses of major sporting countries such as the US and Australia during the 2012 Games.

I will update on this by the end of the week. Look out for a detailed London Assembly report on 2012 transport issues tomorrow too.

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About Paul Norman's Olympics blog

News Editor of CoStar News, a commercial property news service. Regular blogger on the London 2012 Olympics and what it means for property and the the regeneration of East London
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