Goodman Derrick — a review of 2012
2012 has been a great year for everyone associated with London. The London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics was the success that we all hoped it would be and it provided an opportunity for everyone to step-back from daily life and admire the best of human endeavour and achievement. The Queen’s Jubilee was also a fitting precursor to the Games with the final concert on the Mall providing some truly memorable moments. We are also rightly proud of the infrastructure and businesses that are being built in London, with new rail links connecting previously distant parts of London; the Shard (the tallest building in Europe at 95 stories) being declared open with a spectacular laser show; and Tech City, the media and technology development hub, taking shape in the east of the City, to name but a few. We might even cautiously herald the first real green shoots in our economy, following December’s encouraging employment figures.
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