January 09, 2012 19:32
| Local News
With just 200 days to go before the Olympic Games begin, expectation is building for what promises to be a magnificent sporting summer in the capital. Amidst the excitement, however, the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is urging residents and businesses to make sure they are prepared for the impact hosting the world's largest sporting event will have on day-to-day living in London.
Kensington and Chelsea will see lots of Olympic action including the torch relay, the volleyball competition at Earls Court, part of the cycle road race route and its own cultural festival on Exhibition Road.
These events, and others taking place in Hyde Park in nearby Westminster, will mean road closures, traffic diversions, parking restrictions and changes to local public transport. Continue to read