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At the Olympic Park site – now rebranded the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park – there is tangible evidence of change.
The athletes’ village, once draped with national flags and buzzing with people hoping to catch Usain Bolt or Mo Farah in the dinner queue, has been relaunched as a housing estate called the East Village.
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Tube: Hoxton or Cambridge Heath Overground Choose your museum - the V&A, the Science Museum or the Natural History Museum.
Some areas of the old website, such as Kids only, will not be replaced.
Our digital teams have been working with users and teams around the Museum to develop new features.
When you're not pointing out the skyline, keep an eye out for local celebrities like Gwen Stefani and Harry Styles.
There are few more pleasant ways to spend a hot afternoon than by slowly splashing around a city centre lake. Tube: Piccadilly Circus or Leicester Square Snuggly and cosy - with blankets and couches, the Aubin is a cinema with a difference.
The promise of London 2012 wasn’t just to ‘inspire a generation’.
It was also about 'regeneration' – through a combination of infrastructure, housing and sporting facilities.
As well as two Underground lines, a high-speed “javelin” train to King’s Cross and the Docklands Light Railway, it may soon be a stop-off for the Eurostar to Paris.“A lot of major developments and improvements have been moving eastwards in the capital for decades now,” Dennis Hone, chief executive of the London Legacy Development Corporation told The Independent.“I’m in my 50s and I remember the East End when if you lived on the Isle of Dogs you had to get two buses to get to Stratford to shop.
Now its transformed.”The second of the five legacy pledges made in Britain’s pitch for the Games was that it would “transform the heart of east London”.
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In 2010 Stellar Dawn was announced, though in March 2012 the development was paused so the developer, Jagex, could focus on their other games.