What the case study shows:
-Rebranding the area through sports. Example of a transporter hub. A legacy of regeneration. A difference in tangible and intangible costs.
-The site was contaminated, derelict and abandoned before the regeneration
-It created significant employment and business opportunities from the construction and operation of the Olympic Park and the Westfield shopping centre
-Over 4,000 new "affordable" homes were converted after the games
-£17 billion was invested in public transport, There is now 10 railway lines into Stratford which is an international station
-The sports facilities used in the games are now avaliable for locals to help the legacy.
-The slogan of the games was "Inspire a Generation" and they aimed to help the younger generation have a better quality of life
-£9 billion of public money was invested in East London
UK Government, London Development Agency
Regional Government - London Assembly
Mayor of London, leader of assembly, Boris Johnson.
Local Government, 4 London Borough Councils are affected by Olympics