Glasgow 2014 Legacy ‘May Not Happen’
Gordon Matheson, leader of Glasgow City Council, has claimed the 2014 Commonwealth Games will deliver a “sea-change generational improvement” in health inequalities and access to sport.
With just under 1,000 days to go, an urban studies expert has warned there may be no significant legacy from Glasgow 2014.
Dr Libby Porter, Glasgow University Centre for Urban Studies [Glasgow Games Monitor 2014], and Dr Adam Brown, former research fellow at Manchester Metropolitan University, have warned the ‘legacy’ of 2014 may not materialise.
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