Greewich residents have been complaining about how long it is taking to restore Greenwich Park to how it was before London 2012.
The Park hosted Equestrian events during the Olympics and Paralympics. But critics say the restoration is too slow.
London Tonight was invited inside to see the work being done to return the park to full public access.
This report from Sharon Thomas.
The Equestrian arena during the Team Eventing Jumping Final on day four of the London Olympic Games at Greenwich Park, London.
London Tonight has reported on complaints about progress in restoring London 2012 venue Greenwich Park to how it was before the Games.
Greenwich Park hosted equestrian events during the Olympics and Paralympics.
Contractors have started work to dismantle the Olympic Equestrian arena at Greenwich Park.
But local people have questioned why the work to restore the park has taken so long.
But the London Olympic Committee says it is on track to hand back control of the area to The Royal Parks next month.
Residents in Greenwich say they are still waiting for their park to be cleared four weeks after the end of the Olympic and Paralympic games.
Greenwich Park was the location for the equestrian events - something local protesters say it wasn't suitable for.
Ria Chatterjee reports.