Olympic Legacy for East London?

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  • CRESC's Gillian Evans chaired a public meeting at the University of East London Dockland's Campus on Thursday 2nd December 2010 on 'How can the sporting legacy of the London2012 Games deliver lasting change to the EastEnd of London?'

    This event explored how the sporting legacy of the London 2012 Olympicand Paralympic Games might transform the East End of London. It drew on the economic lessons of previous urban sporting regeneration initiativesand explored London-wide ambitions for sporting participation.

    Speakers included Simon Cooper, Head of Sport Unit, GLA, Larissa Davies, Sheffield Hallam University, Paul Ford, UEL Director of Olympic and Paralympic Partnership Operations, and Malcom Ross, OPLC Director of Operations and Venues.

    Gillian organised the meeting on behalf of the Olympic Park Legacy Company, in association with the 2012 Office at UEL

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Friday, December 3, 2010

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