ITV News has learnt that a deal is being done tonight which will mean people will finally be able to move into the former Olympic village.
We recently reported on the growing anger of families left without homes because of unexplained delays in getting tenants in.Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris has been following the story.
The Olympic Delivery Authority says it will finally hand over 214 of the Olympic village homes to Triathlon tomorrow.
It was part of the Olympic legacy to provide new affordable housing for east London. But no-one has moved into the flats that housed the London 2012 athletes, because of delays. So families have been left with nowhere to live and no explanation. Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris reports.
Triathlon Homes has issued a statement saying it eagerly awaits the handover of homes from the ODA which it expects any day now. And the first residents could move in within a couple of days.
Homes at the village where athletes lived when they competed at the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics are getting a makeover from design guru Wayne Hemingway.
The interior design work for the homes that are up for private rental on the Get Living London complex at the East Village in Stratford, east London, will be a family affair.
Wayne and Geraldine Hemingway - through their HemingwayDesign team which includes daughter Tilly, who heads the interior design unit - will be involved.
Businessman Sir Charles Allen has been appointed as mayor of the Olympic Village for the London 2012 Games.
Sir Charles has been a driving force with London 2012 since the bid was launched. He said he was "thrilled" with the posting.