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London’s bid to host the 2012 Olympic Games received a significant boost last night (9 September) as plans for the construction of an Olympic Park were approved by four London boroughs.

The Park would house key venues for the Games – including the Olympic stadium and aquatics centre – and would kick-start the regeneration of the Lower Lea Valley in east London.

Sebastian Coe, chair of London 2012, said: “This decision means that we can now put into our candidate file, to be submitted to the International Olympic Committee in November, that we have planning permission for the centrepiece of our Olympic blueprint.”

Construction of the park will commence if London wins the bid to host the Games and would see around 9,000 homes being built in the area.

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London’s bid to host the 2012 Olympic Games received a significant boost last night (9 September) as plans for the construction of an Olympic Park were approved by four London boroughs.
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