Government releases feasibility study

The government has released a feasibility study into creating an exploratory for the London 2012 Olympics. The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment and the Olympic Delivery Authority will work with five London boroughs and other stakeholders to examine possibilities for a resource centre dedicated to exploring the built environment and developing the games. The study will draw on ideas and initiatives currently being developed and will extend across the country through the Architecture Centre Network to help inspire young people with opportunities presented by the event.

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