The games have yet to take place and there is still work to do after the games, in fitting out the Olympic village for sale, and further income to come in after 2012. Therefore, it is too early to give an estimate of the closing balance in the Olympic Lottery Distribution Fund (OLDF). What is clear at this stage is that the OLDF will receive grant repayments from the sale of the village in 2014 of just over £69 million. The receipts together with any unused funds remaining in the OLDF will then be transferred to the National Lottery Distribution Fund for the benefit of good causes. In addition, in the longer term, the national lottery is entitled to receive £675 million from receipts from the sale of land in the Olympic park.