Category Archives: National Olympic Committees

Assembly reviews Olympics green pledges

The London Assembly has launched what should be an important investigation into how sustainable the Olympics zone developments are proving to be. As the Assembly points out, the London 2012 Games bid spoke of “a legacy that will set new standards … Continue reading

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Stratford City at least could benefit from JLL/Sturge, DTZ/BNP talks

So Lend Lease and London & Continental Railways have chosen their two agency advisers for one of London’s biggest office developments. There had been rumours circulating that it would pick just one agent for now and then go back to … Continue reading

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Italy, the QE2, large casinos and more …

Aside from Rooff’s potentially pyhrric compulsory purchase order victory at appeal, which I wrote about earlier today, there are two other breaking Olympic news stories of note today. Firstly, the Italian National Olympic Committe will I am told announce in Rome … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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