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ABOUT GET INVOLVED     11 September 2012  
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Landmark Canning Town scheme opens its doors
 
The first development to rise from the Canning Town and Custom House masterplan opens its doors to the public this month.
LOCOG chief lands ministerial infrastructure role
 
Paul Deighton is to join the government as commercial secretary to the Treasury at the start of next year, after he steps down as chief executive of the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG).
Olympic Park planning powers order goes to Parliament
 
A crucial legal step towards making the London Legacy Development Corporation the local planning authority for a chunk of East London has been taken.
LLDC creates design-guru taskforce
 
London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) has created an independent taskforce to support its planning work and promote high-quality design.
Crossrail names Custom House Station contractor
 
Construction giant Laing O'Rourke has been selected to build the new Custom House Station for Crossrail.
£1,000 per square foot at Stratford resi scheme?
 
A developer is seeking residential sales levels of £1,000 per square foot at Manhattan Loft Gardens, a scheme just a few minutes' walk from the Olympic Park, according to Property Week magazine.
Westfield details Olympics footfall figures
 
International shopping mall operator Westfield has revealed that more than 5 million visits were made to its Stratford City shopping centre during the two weeks of the London 2012 Games.
Housing association eyes Stratford development
 
East Thames Housing Association is seeking permission to demolish a vacant office block in Stratford town centre and replace it with two new buildings containing shops and 44 flats.
Three-block plan for Beckton
 
One Housing Group is seeking permission to build an 89-home development on vacant land in Beckton.
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