Some good coverage of the Olympic Legacy plans in and around Stratford this week in something of a bumper Olympic edition from Regeneration and Renewal .
Among this however there is one area that appears to have been slightly over-egged - the thorny old issue of the transferral of the LDA's land at the Olympic Park and the associated debt to the Olympic Park Legacy Company.
R&R reports that the deal has escaped the government's spending axe. Not quite, I'm afraid.
To be fair the story goes on to flesh out the heart-warmingly definitive headline by adding the caveat that the deal remains subject to a "wider government review of all public spending commitments due to take place in the run up to the autumn Comprehensive Spending Review".
In fact both the OPLC and the Treasury have confirmed that there is as of yet still no commitment to the deal and no guidance as to what the government will decide.
Which it is not hard to guess is extremely frustrating for the OPLC. The vehicle was launched in good time and has had some good early wins but continues to be hamstrung by a lack of clarity on this key issue.