KPMG is reviewing planned 2012 Olympic venues to see if cheaper existing
sites can be used instead.
The firm was appointed by Olympics minister Tessa Jowell to review a number
of sites, as organisers look to cut costs by more than £150m.
Wembley has been touted as a venue for early rounds of Basketball, which
would cut £90m in costs by avoiding the creation of a temporary structure in the
main Olympic park, reported the Telegraph.
A shooting venue at Woolwich and planned equestrian site at Greenwich are
also being review by KPMG, with a reported expected this month.
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