Going the distance

April 2012
Estates Gazette;4/7/2012, Issue 1214, p34
Trade Publication
The article discusses the highlights of a roundtable discussion held by the magazine regarding the legacy of the Olympic Games which will be held in London, England in August 2012. It is described as the largest construction project anywhere in Europe with an enormous scale of challenges. The expectation that more international sports event will be held in London as part of the Olympic legacy is addressed. The construction and redevelopment of sites in London is also discussed.


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