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Blogging for the Metro Newspaper on the 2012 Olympics

May 28, 2012


Over the next few months, I’m going to be blogging for the Metro Newspaper about the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in London.  I’m going to concentrate on the non-sporting aspects of the Olympics, as I’m no sporting expert, and I’ll have a focus on issues surrounding the impacts of the Games, economically, socially and […]

Event: The tourism legacy of the 2012 Olympic Park – 8th December 2011

August 10, 2011


I’ll be giving a talk at the University of Greenwich on 8th December 2011, on the tourism legacy of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in London.  The talk will be part of an Olympic Park Legacy Company event that we’re hosting at Greenwich and also speaking will be Clive Little, the new Director of […]

New publication on Olympic legacies

November 12, 2009


Along with two colleagues, Elizabeth Booth and Charles Bladen, I have edited a collection of papers from our Olympic Legacy conference held last year at the University of Greenwich. The collection contains seven substantial, refereed papers on Olympic legacy issues, including information about London 2012, Beijing 2008, Torino 2006, the Cultural Olympiad, volunteering and an […]

2009 Olympic legacy conference

August 26, 2008


The dates for our Olympic legacy conference for 2009 have been announced – have a look at our blog here to keep up to date with the plans and to view the presentations from last year’s event.

Conference archive

May 24, 2008


I’m uploading all the presentations from our 1st annual conference on the legacy of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games to the conference blog.  The plan is to keep the blog updated throughout the year with links to information about the legacy planning for 2012 as well as links to new research in the area.