Spurs pleased with OPLC stadium decision

A statement on the official Tottenham Hotspur website has praised the decision made by the Olympic Park Legacy Committee (OPLC) to end the bidding process for the Olympic Stadium.

West Ham United had originally been given permission to move in as the new stadium owners after the end of the 2012 Games, but after both Spurs and Leyton Orient challenged the decision, the OPLC have said the stadium will remain in public ownership.

“We welcome the OPLC decision to end the current Olympic Stadium bid process,” read the statement on TottenhamHotspur.com.

“We firmly believe that the bid we put forward was, in fact, a realistic sporting solution for the stadium, along with a substantial return to the taxpayer, community programming and athletics provision.”

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