The anticipated final cost of London 2012 for the Olympic Delivery Authority has increased slightly, with construction work now almost 80 per cent complete. The government and ODA’s annual report on the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games was published today and provides an update on the work currently being completed.
The report reveals that the ODA’s current AFC is £7.301 billion, an increase of £69 million since September 2010 that reflects £57m additional funding for park operations. The overall public sector funding package for the games remains at just under £9.3bn.
9.3 bn for the Olympics another half a billion for the census, what a waste of money. Still looking on the bright side if we have enough javelins
left over from the Olympics we have a ready count of available manpower to throw them at the invading hoardes.