I've been following the fate of Manor Garden Allotments, the allotment site in London which is due to be bulldozed to make way for the 2012 Olympics.
The BBC reported yesterday that an agreement had been reached to allow the plot holders access to their allotments until September, to harvest some of this year's crops. The official website for the Manor Gardens Allotments Society reported that they are cancelling the judicial review which was due to begin yesterday.
They seem resigned to their fate of moving site. John Matheson, chairman of the Manor Gardening Society, said
Our best hope was that we could have remained on the Olympic site in the course of the Olympics, but that seems no longer feasible, if it ever was. We shall now go into temporary exile for seven years, and then return to an Olympics legacy site once the games are over.