Ah well, I should know by now that any consultation exists solely to tick administrative boxes, so I probably won't bother submitting any choice thoughts this time round
Submitted by Steve Dowding on Mon, 12/07/2010 - 16:51.
Submitted by Steve Dowding on Fri, 09/07/2010 - 11:59.
Over the weekend plans were announced in the media for a cable car crossing the Thames between the 2012 venues The Dome and Excel Centre, perhaps in time for 2012. But it seems this isn't an entirely new brainwave from Bojo and his chums.
Submitted by Steve Dowding on Mon, 05/07/2010 - 10:04.
High Street 2012 is an initiative that will use the 2012 Games as a catalyst for improvements to the A11/A118 corridor through the centre of Tower Hamlets (taking in Whitechapel High Street, Whitechapel Road, Mile End Road and Bow Road) and on into Stratford in Newham. See also: Stratford High Street public realm improvements
Submitted by Martin Slavin on Fri, 25/06/2010 - 21:56.
The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has scrapped plans for a wind turbine on the Olympic Park site.
The turbine had been proposed for Eton Manor in the north of the site as part of the ODA’s target to deliver 20% of the Olympic Park’s legacy energy requirements from renewable sources from 2014 onwards when the site is fully operational.
Submitted by Steve Dowding on Thu, 03/06/2010 - 12:49.
The Hackney Citizen reports:
Only one Hackney apprentice on Olympics site: MP Diane Abbott slams low numbers of opportunities for local people
After discovering that only one apprentice working on the Olympics site comes from Hackney, local MP Diane Abbott has called on the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) to address the low numbers of apprentices on the Olympic site as a matter of urgency.
Submitted by Steve Dowding on Mon, 15/03/2010 - 16:17.
A sizeable proportion of the Games' massive budget has been spent dredging waterways, to help move materials to the Olympic site. The plan was for up to a thousand tonnes a day to go by barge. But the amount of business so far is only a trickle compared with what was promised.
Submitted by Martin Slavin on Tue, 23/02/2010 - 11:50.
In a long running story already reported on Games Monitor the green credentials of the 2012 Olympics have come under further strain as the Olympic Delivery Authority continues to refuse to fit polluting non road mobile machinery (NRMM) with exhaust after treatment. While the rest of the UK has complied with European air quality standards London has failed to do so.
Submitted by Julian Cheyne on Wed, 10/02/2010 - 03:02.