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Olympic lectures discuss post 2012 legacy for East London

PUBLISHED: 12:56 27 October 2009 | UPDATED: 15:08 05 October 2010

THE MAN charged to deliver an economic legacy to East London from the 2012 Olympics is kicking off a series of lectures about the games. Andrew Altman who is the chief executive of the new Olympic Park will give a lecture called The First Legacy Games:

THE MAN charged to deliver an economic legacy to East London from the 2012 Olympics is kicking off a series of lectures about the games.

Andrew Altman who is the chief executive of the new Olympic Park will give a lecture called "The First Legacy Games: the physical and socio economic transformation of East London" at the London School of Economics at 6.30pm on Tuesday November 10.

Further lectures in the series include "Growing a New Piece of City: designing an Olympic legacy for 21st Century London" at The Urban Laboratory, University College London on Tuesday November 17 at 6.30pm and "The Art of Regeneration: creating an artistic and community legacy for London 2012" at Goldsmiths College, Centre for Urban and Community Research on Tuesday November 24 at 5pm.

Lectures are free but places have to be booked via 020 3288 1797 or register online at the following link: http://www.legacy-now.co.uk/education/lecture-series/


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