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Andrew Boff AM: How much would it cost to demolish the Stadium?
Keith Prince AM: Thank you. Just going back to the MLB, you said that you washed your face with that one. It made a slight profit, I believe you said.
Andrew Boff AM: How much is the public subsidy for the Stadium?
Peter Whittle AM: Thank you, Deputy Chairman. Lyn, could I ask you a few questions about the Cultural Quarter, carrying on from Assembly Member Shah and Assembly Member Bacon? You mentioned earlier the BBC, Sadler’s Wells, the V&A. Is that all set in stone now? Is that the final count, as it were?
Nicky Gavron AM: Thank you. I would really appreciate it if you could try to make the answer succinct because we are quite short of time. I wanted to focus on play and recreation facilities for children and young people, because one of the key promises of the Olympics was the legacy for children and young people. If I start by just trying to be clear about the numbers of children that are on the Queen Elizabeth Park in the residential development, the Local Plan review evidence base 2017 says there will be 10,000 households and 4,000 child
Keith Prince AM: Thank you. Lyn, you just mentioned about [the Olympic [London] stadium’s] capacity, and I believe that currently the capacity is agreed around about 60,000.
Shaun Bailey AM: Good morning to you both. I just want to ask two small, unrelated questions. Earlier on, you said that you had settled all of the legal disputes you had with West Ham. Was there any cost associated with that?
Tom Copley AM: Thank you very much, and good morning to you both. I have two sets of questions and quite a few of them, so if it is possible to have succinct answers, that would be fantastic.
Gareth Bacon AM: Thank you, Mr Chairman. There has been a lot of good progress on the Stadium in the last year or so, and the baseball, by the way, I thought was absolutely phenomenal. I have said that to you privately; I will say it now publicly. I thought it was a tremendous innovation, and I look forward to going again next year.
Navin Shah AM: Thank you, Chair. It was great to hear the very upbeat comment about progress being made at East Bank in the opening remarks. However, the question is: how are you minimising the potential risks to the plans at East Bank? Again, going back to the risk register from May, there are certainly three major risks which have been identified. What are you doing to actually deal with the major risks involved there?