---- EDITORS NOTE ---- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT *AFP PHOTO / Olympic Delivery Authority /Anthony Charlton / HO* - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS- DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE ... more 
---- EDITORS NOTE ---- RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT *AFP PHOTO / Olympic Delivery Authority /Anthony Charlton / HO* - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS- DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS (FILES) This file handout picture obtained on March 29, 2011 from the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) press office and taken on March 24, 2011 shows an arial view of the Olympic Stadium’s field of play with complete turf, marking the completion of construction on the flagship venue, in London. A deprived area of London is being rapidly regenerated to host much of the 2012 Olympics in a year, but there are fears the changes may not benefit locals despite efforts to leave a positive legacy. The east London district of Stratford, home to the Olympic Park for next year's sporting extravaganza, was once so filled with smoke-belching factories it earned the unflattering nickname "Stinky Stratford. Since 2005 however, when London was awarded the Games, there has been a frenzy of construction work as the venues went up in the park, with its centrepiece the 80,000-seat Olympic Stadium. " AFP PHOTO / Olympic Delivery Authority / Anthony Charlton / HO (Photo credit should read ANTHONY CHARLTON/AFP/Getty Images) less 
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