It's all gone a bit quiet on the eastern front when it comes to Hackney Wick's Olympics International Broadcasting Centre and Media Centre.
There is plenty of work on site just now (as Dave Hill's latest blog posting and the Leabank Square blog reveal) but don't be fooled into thinking that all of the concerns surrounding the Legacy use of the complex after the 2012 Games have been addressed.
I am told that Hackney council and the East London Business Alliance are keeping their respective powders dry while Baroness Ford and Andrew Altman bed down the new Olympics Legacy Vehicle and review the proposals.
In October, Ford and Altman are proposing to visit the site alongside the East London Business Alliance and a number of prospective tenants to discuss how the site can be developed to meet modern media and broadcast requirements.
The vehicle and the LDA are also preparing a draft prospectus for potential occupiers. It sounds positive for Hackney and its ambitions for a major employment generator but clearly there is much to resolve before the likes of ITV start upping sticks and heading east.
As Dave Hill's blog points out today, the success or not of the Hackney Wick centre post Games will be a central test of how beneficial the Olympics really has been for East London