The public session of the LDA's Board meeting at its Palestra HQ this morning revealed divisions between Boris Johnson's office and senior LDA chiefs that are clearly going not healthy for the London 2012 Olympics.
I'll be focusing on this in some depth in this Saturday's Estates Gazette.
I think it was particularly alarming to hear Boris's policy director Anthony Browne (pictured) say that the LDA's plans for cutting back its budgets to cover the Olympic land funding shortfall as well as the expected cuts in government funding for the agency had only been presented to him five minutes before the meeting began.
Browne went on to describe the modelling as "deeply flawed".
In response Browne was told that other officers from the mayor's office particularly those focusing on climate change had been voicing opinions that were completely at odds with Browne's about where savings might be made.
Despite the LDA needing to make up a £94m Olympics land acquisition shortfall "immediately" it seems agreement on how this can be done is a long way off.
It also appears that the fiasco is placing enormous pressure on the just-about-to-be launched Olympic Legacy Vehicle.
A private session today focused on the vehicle's set up and Olympic land and debt. As the LDA is asking the ODA if it can defer paying it back a £30m loan for land acquisitions just now, I'm sure there were some interesting questions asked.
Also privately discussed was the action being taken over the staff during the Olympic land audit. It appears that these staff are appealing the decisions that have been made.
It will be interesting when they are able to talk.