Olympics will leave east London an open space to rival Hyde Park | UK news | The Guardian

After the athletes have gone and the flame has moved on, the biggest public park in more than a century will emerge from the site of the 2012 Olympics in London.

Its designers hope the 270-acre park (pdf), which will open in 2014, will capture the spirit of the great Victorian parks whose creators hoped to counteract the urban squalor of the industrial revolution.

Source: The Guardian – Olympics will leave east London an open space to rival Hyde Park

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