The Aquatic Centre wings are gone and the ugly duckling has finally turned into a swan.Read the full story ›
Bookings for London's new cycling hub are available from today.
The Lee Valley VeloPark hosted the cycling events at the 2012 Olympics and will be home to road, track, BMX and mountain biking facilities when it opens to the public next month.
But cyclists have warned that amateur riders will need to go through a special training session before taking to the park's famous velodrome circuit.
Adult tickets for the Aquatics Centre will be £3.50 to £4.50. Children and over 50s will pay £2 to £2.50.
The Aquatics Centre was meant to be the iconic venue in London's Olympic Park. With a price tag of more than £0.5bn, it should be!Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson is being questioned by the London Assembly about the legacy of the Olympic Park. The Mayor is in full flow: "I'm going down South Park, I'm gonna have myself a time. We took the precaution of killing Kenny".
Boris Johnson has told the London Assembly that the Olympic Park will be self-financing by 2017.
Parts of the Olympic Park have been transformed since London 2012, ready to reopen to the public.Read the full story ›
London 2012 Aquatics Centre where Tom Daley won his Olympic medal opens to the public on March 1st. Swimmers and divers who want to try out the three pools are warned to book on-line to avoid queues.
Ticket prices are expected to be under £5 for adults thanks to a "cross-subsidy" funding package involving the Copper Box. The Aquatics Centre will host the 2014 Fina Diving World Series.
Another chunk of the Olympic Park will reopen to the public on April 5.Read the full story ›
The Olympic Stadium's seats will not be fitted with a hydraulic or electrical mechanism during its conversion to a multi-purpose venue.Read the full story ›
Conservative London Assembly member Andrew Boff said it still wasn't clear where the cash was coming from and who's paying for the transformation of the stadium.
Andrew Boff added: "We still don't really know, but chances are we're all contributing. Taxpayers shouldn't be paying for Premiership football clubs.
"The £154 million has to come from an already stretched LLDC budget and the knock-on effect is that the rest of the transformation of the park - the really important stuff such as housing - will suffer as a result.
"Only by ditching the requirement for the athletics track, are we likely to see more bids from the private sector, for a proper football stadium rather than the hybrid fudge we currently have."