David Higgins revealed a ten point plan for the delivery of the Olympic area in east London at the Thames Gateway Forum today.

The plan has been put in place to ensure ‘transparency and to build public confidence’ while achieving the development targets for the 2012 Olympics.

David Higgins, chief executive of the ODA emphasised the Legacy Masterplan Framework (LMF) designed to create a construction environment that will last beyond the Games.

Higgins said the ten point plan will be completed by summer 2008.

The plan includes firstly clearing the contaminated site, fulfilling the logistic needs of constructing an underground power house to supply the energy needs for the Olympics, and infrastructure developments within and outside the Olympic Park.

The ODA will release a progress report to the public after two weeks.