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ODA announce key construction milestones

Key construction milestones for London's Olympic Park were set down by Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) chief executive David Higgins today
The 2012 supremo told the London Assembly that start and completion dates for venues would be announced in July, followed by the appointment of the programme manager, also known as the Delivery Partner, in August.In full, the milestones are:*This week: Announcement tomorrow by the ODA and LDA of the two key remediation and demolition contractors (Morrisson and Edmund Nuttall with Halcrow)*July: Announcement of the ODA's programme timetable, including target start and completion dates for Games venues *July: Publication of the ODA procurement strategy for stakeholder consultation * July: Appointment of the full ODA executive team * The conclusion of the CPO inquiry hearings into acquisition of land for the Olympic Park, with the acquisition led by the London Development Agency and 90 per cent of the land now under public control *August: Appointment of the Delivery Partner, the programme manager for the Olympic Park construction and infrastructure work * The first phase of community engagement in East London on the site masterplan, *September: Publication of the Olympic Transport Plan for consultation *Late Summer: Start of the procurement process for the Stadium and progress on the procurement of the Aquatics Centre *January 2007: Submission of a new planning application for the Olympic Park site Related links:Today's top stories

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