A BOARD has decided that planning conditions imposed on Olympic organisers for this summer’s events in Greenwich Park have been met.

Greenwich Council’s planning board met last night, hearing submissions from Games organisers Locog and protest group Nogoe.

Among the conditions dealt with were the operational, ecological and archeological implications within the park and nearby Circus Field.

As part of the application, Locog must provide a site reinstatement plan and financial guarantees the land will be properly restored.

The use of the site for Olympic equestrian events always been controversial, with campaigners insisting it is the wrong venue, will prevent local people using it and will cause damage.

But councillors disagreed, and the new application was passed by four votes to two.