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ABOUT GET INVOLVED     21 November 2013  
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Committee calls for dedicated Olympic legacy leadership
 
The House of Lords select committee investigating the Olympic and Paralympic legacy is recommending that overall responsibility is placed with one government minister.
Architects hired for Hackney Wick masterplan
 
The London Legacy Development Corporation has appointed architects Karakusevic Carson and Witherford Watford Mann to draw up a masterplan for the redevelopment of the area around Hackney Wick Station.
Whitechapel site sells for £41.1m
 
Storage firm Safestore Holdings has sold its Whitechapel site to housing association L&Q £41.1 million, the firm has announced.
Drivers for growth discussed for East magazine
 
Leading figures involved in the regeneration of east London analysed the factors currently driving growth, in a round table discussion which will form a major editorial feature in the next edition of East magazine.
Universities open new £33m Stratford campus
 
Make Architects' £33 million Stratford Square campus - built for the University of East London and Birkbeck College - has been officially opened.
LLDC calls for development partners for new districts
 
A hunt has been launched for development partners to bring forward 1,500 new homes at the planned Olympic Park neighbourhoods of East Wick and Sweetwater.
New 74-floor residential tower mooted for Canary Wharf
 
Property investor Ryan Corporation has bought Canary Wharf office development Hertsmere House with the intention of building a 74-storey residential tower on the site, it has emerged.
iCITY planning application lodged
 
Plans for the transformation of the 2012 Olympics' press and broadcast centres into a creative and digital business hub - expected to create 7,500 jobs - have been lodged with the London Legacy Development Corporation.
East Village homes ready for tenants
 
The company overseeing the private rental of homes at East Village on the former Olympic Park is putting final touches to the units in preparation to welcome its first tenants.
Knight Dragon takes full tenure of Greenwich Peninsula
 
Hong Kong investor Knight Dragon has taken full ownership of the Greenwich Peninsula development, after buying out Quintain's 40 per cent share for £186 million.
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