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ABOUT GET INVOLVED     17 April 2014  
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Olympic Park opens to public
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park attracted more than 50,000 visitors during its inaugural weekend, as it opened to the public for the first time.
Milestone for Hallsville Quarter scheme
A topping out ceremony has marked the end of construction work for the Hallsville Quarter scheme in Canning Town.
Plans lodged for final phase of Rathbone Market
A planning application for the third and final phase of the Rathbone Market scheme in Canning Town has been submitted, with a decision from the council's planning chiefs due later this month (April).
Developer revives City fringe scheme
Plans for a revision of Aldgate Developments' City fringe scheme have been mooted, in a proposed collaboration between the developer and Tower Hamlets Council.
First pre-letting at The International Quarter
The financial services regulatory body, which is accountable to the treasury, has signed for pre–lettings at the Olympic Park's International Quarter.
Architect assigned to museum development
Architect Wright & Wright has been appointed to design the next phase of development at the Geffrye Museum in Hoxton.
Councils to "continue fight" against housing measures
Hackney and Tower Hamlets councils have expressed disappointment at a High Court decision to dismiss opposition to the mayor of London's plans to set affordable housing rentals at 80 per cent of the market rate.
Tailors to transfer college team to Manila
A tailoring team at Newham College, which works with industry professionals at London’s Savile Row, is preparing to launch courses at a fashion college in the Philippines.
East London draws start up businesses
University research revealed this week that 11.5 per cent of startup business in London began in boroughs on the east London rail line during 2012.
UK's largest graduate art fair returns to east London
The UK's largest graduate art, design and fashion show will return to the Old Truman Brewery on London's Brick Lane this summer.

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