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Olympic Games 2012: Construction

Olympics written question – answered on 8th April 2010.

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Photo of Charlotte Atkins Charlotte Atkins Labour, Staffordshire Moorlands

To ask the Minister for the Olympics what the cost was of building the freight facility at the main Olympic site.

Photo of Tessa Jowell Tessa Jowell Minister of State (Regional Affairs) (London), Minister (Cabinet Office) (Also Minister for Olympics and Paymaster General)

The Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) has constructed a temporary wharf on the Waterworks River for the construction phase of the programme to provide contractors with the opportunity to move material into and out of the Park by water. The construction cost of this is £1.86 million (excluding VAT), This figure includes the costs of the pontoons, moorings, pilings, hard-standing, vehicle access and river wall protection.

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