Olympic Park legacy bosses urged by London Assembly to get right balance
Bosses in charge of the Olympic Park legacy are being quizzed over what progress is being made during the transition to make sure the public investment will bring lasting benefits to east London.
Regeneration Legacy Corporation chiefs go before members of the London Assembly tomorrow morning to be asked what balance is being made between providing new housing, economic growth and job prospects.
The Assembly’s regeneration committee wants to know if the corporation has the resources it needs to meet the legacy objectives.
So they are putting questions in public to its regeneration and community director Paul Brickell and its deputy chairman Neale Coleman who was Advisor to the GLA on the Olympic legacy.
The meeting at City Hall, near Tower Bridge, is open to the public and also live to watch on webcast from 10am.