The city of London, England, is the first city ever to be chosen for the third time as an Olympic venue. The “Square Mile” city is already deep into preparations for the event, and paying Commercial Removals South London attention to lessons learnt by Athens and other recent host cities. The Olympic Delivery Authority, in charge of presenting the venue on time and meeting all requirements, has promised to also deliver the “2012 legacy.” This legacy is aimed at providing lasting sports venues which will be of value to England’s residents after the Olympic Games have finished. The goal is to provide sporting, cultural, economic and environmental benefits for decades. Some events will take place in historic locations and using existing facilities, but several new structures are being built and are designed against the legacy standard. Building Olympic Park required purchasing several commercial properties. Located in Stratford, East London, the Olympic Stadium is being constructed at the south end of the Park. The innovative design will allow for seating 80,000 spectators during the Games, after which the top tiers of 55,000 seats will be removed and available for use at other new stadiums around the country. Other new buildings, such as the Velodrome, are using this same innovative approach, hoping to leave London with stadiums of a reasonable size following the Olympics. Construction of the venue began ahead of schedule. In terms of transportation, the hope is that 80% of athletes will need to travel fewer than 20 minutes to reach their competitions. Upgrading of the above-ground railway system is in the works, and in January, high-speed rail service between St. Pancras International and Kent began operating. This new Javelin train can travel from St. Pancras to Olympic Park in just seven minutes. If all goes as planned, visitors should have a relatively easy time reaching the various venues for the Olympic events. Accommodations are concentrated in the heart of the West End of London, but travel should be trouble-free with the many improvements to infrastructure. Whether you want to go first class or find a over 100,000 rooms for rent. Arrangements for the use of student housing will provide an additional 30,000 rooms for those on restricted budgets.