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London Mayor Boris Johnson has announced that the future of all eight permanent venues at the Olympic Park have been secured following the deal made with iCITY for use of the Press and Broadcast Centres.

ICITY will invest more then £100m into the Press and Broadcast Centres to make it an attractive and vibrant location for creative and digital companies to locate.

"With the future of eight out of eight permanent venues secure, London has well and truly delivered on what is a hugely important part of the Olympic legacy story," said Johnson.

The park is set to deliver against its key objectives, which were set out as part of the legacy plans when the UK originally bid for the London 2012 Olympic games.

Confirmed tenants include BT Sport, Loughborough University, Infinity, Greenwich Leisure Limited, Lee Valley Regional Park Authority, Triathlon Homes and from Summer 2016 West Ham United Football Club will become long-term tenants of the Olympic Stadium.

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London Mayor Boris Johnson has announced that the future of all eight permanent venues at the Olympic Park have been secured following the a deal made with iCITY.
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