2012 Summer Olympic Games development is a process that lasts from 2005 to 2012, after a successful candidacy for the London 2012 Olympic Games. Although many of the plans offer a portfolio that has gained favor with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) during the four bids for sixth July 2005, was released more information about the organization and decision toga.
The Olympic Games Committee of London Organizing and Paralympics Games (LOCOG) were established to monitor many of these events, although such a big event requires collaboration with many other agencies.
These organizations are often an integral part of the plans in 2012 in London, while others have nothing, but can make a big announcement After the as one of the worst terrorist attack in Britain, since London was hit by four bomb blasts. Even if the motive is not associated with the success of the market had impact on the development and event planning. Since the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, Australia, the IOC has developed a "master plan" to ensure that planning and development of the game goes smoothly.
Gilbert Felli, Executive Director of the Olympic Games, said the master plan as a "Timeline objectives must be met before the game, which will be delivered on time." The 24 Jan 2006 LOCOG announced details of his plan, which is based in part on the master planned IOC. Since the beginning of 2005 60 percent of the area and equipment had been for a detailed plan for the extra construction, and the London 2012 team came up with a plan that all facilities ready for 2011.