Learning Legacy breakfast will address whether aquatics centre is least sustainable Olympics venue

The second of the Learning Legacy breakfast events on 28 February hosted by UK Green Building Council will seek to address whether the aquatics centre, designed by architect Zaha Hadid and built by Balfour Beatty, is the least sustainable Olympic venue. The venue has been cricitised for being too complex and employing nearly 3,000 tonnes of steel in its roof. But has it been unfairly judged? To attend the event register at www.ukgbc.org/events/delivering-sustainable-aquatics-centre