Parliamentary Committees and Public Enquiries
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Lords Committee investigates Olympic and Paralympic Legacy
The Committee will be examining a number of different aspects including:
- Sporting Legacy, including school sport, sports facilities and paralympic sports participation;
- Regeneration Legacy, including plans for the Olympic Park, legacy for the host boroughs and any economic benefits for the rest of the UK;
- International Legacy, including how effectively UK Trade and Investment is building on the success of London 2012 and the legacy of the Olympic Truce; and
- Further Strategic Issues, including governance arrangements for legacy, the finances and resilience of any plans and what example London 2012 can provide for future Games.
Chairman of the Committee, Lord Harris of Haringey, said:
"The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games were widely acknowledged to have been the most successful Games in the modern era. From the spectacular Olympic opening ceremony to the celebration that was the closing event of the Paralympic Games, the eyes of the world were upon us and we showcased the UK at its very best.
"We were also the first host nation to have built legacy into the fabric of our bid to host the Olympic Games and now is the time to make good on our promises. As the first anniversary of the Games fast approaches, this Committee will take stock of where we are on delivering the vision of legacy set out in our bid and examine the issues around it. We would encourage anyone who has an interest to send us their evidence and contribute to the debate."
- Olympic and Paralympic Legacy: Call for evidence ( PDF 73 KB)
- Committee on Olympic and Paralympic Legacy