LLDCLeast Developed Country
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LLDCLandlocked Developing Countries
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The club say the new agreement reached with E20, a subsidiary of LLDC, means that, subject to regulatory permission, they will be now able to sell up to 60,000 tickets for their games and leaves scope to increase that to 66,000 seats in the future.
West Ham will make performance-related payments to the LLDC, rising to 100,000 pounds should they win the league and a further 100,000 pounds if they win the FA Cup.
And the PS48,000 per week deal shows the LLDC must provide the goalposts and corner flags and is responsible for costs associated with maintenance, policing, cleaning and pest control at the 60,000-seat arena.
LLDC, responsible for transforming venues used for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, declined to take up the option to appeal and the contract was published in full after a redacted version was made available last October.
'The Second LLDC conference is expected to deliver an outcome document that is forward looking, comprehensive and focused.
If we win then obviously discussions will be forced upon the LLDC and [mayor of London] Boris Johnson and everyone else and make sure they consider Leyton Orient.
"It is very, very simple," Johnson, who is also chair of the LLDC, said.
The LLDC will have the rights to the income from other events such as music concerts and there will also be a legacy for athletics, with a number of events for that sport maintained.
The big losers yesterday were League One Leyton Orient, with the LLDC ruling out their bid to groundshare because of "commercial viability".
The LLDC board - which is tasked with sorting out the stadium's future - yesterday unanimously ranked the Hammers as the preferred bid from a shortlist of four potential anchor tenants, ahead of rivals from Intelligent Transport Services in association with Formula One, UCFB College of Football Business and Leyton Orient.
The LLDC was established in 2009 and its development plans for the Olympic Park include removing temporary venues, transforming permanent venues into everyday use, building new roads and bridges, all with the aim of furthering the regeneration that has already taken place in Stratford, east London.