Olympic land deal escapes government spending axe

Townsend, Sarah; Sprinks, Jennifer
June 2010
Regeneration & Renewal;6/28/2010, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the potential of a deal to survive the latest round of public spending cuts in London, England. It notes that the deal is for the Labour ministers to pay off 438 million pounds of debt. It was supposedly intended for companies that were charged with managing the regeneration legacy of the 2012 Olympic games to get a debt-free Olympic Park site.


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