IN BRIEF: A deal to keep the Crystal Palace sports centre open ...

A deal to keep the Crystal Palace sports centre open for the 2004 athletics Grand Prix was announced by London mayor Ken Livingstone this week. Under the agreement, Sport England will take a further two-year lease on the centre so it can stay open while the London Development Agency (LDA) draws up plans for its redevelopment. This will allow resurfacing of the stadium track for the Grand Prix in the summer. The LDA will take over the lease of the centre in two years.

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