Olympic Park to set gold standard for sustainability with 8,000 zero-carbon homes

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2030 legacy vision includes plans to cut waste and emissions from the area due to be transformed after 2012 games

Up to 8,000 zero-carbon homes with ambitious targets for water conservation and cutting waste to landfill could be built on the site of the Olympic Park under plans released yesterday. After the athletes...

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