THE GLASGOW 2014 GAMES: REGENERATION AND PHYSICAL ACTIVITY LEGACY

Both the Scottish Government and Glasgow City Council communicated a goal to utilize the 2014 Commonwealth Games to motivate more residents to turn out to be physically dynamic. This report takes a gander at the possibility of this being accomplished in the East End of Glasgow, which filled in as the ‘have’ network for the Games, and was a zone especially distinguished as conceivably profiting by heritage.

So as to lead the assessment of physical movement inheritance prospects in Glasgow’s East End, we audited the real heritage programs from the Gowell Games so as to distinguish activities which are expected by their backers to help expanded degrees of physical action. Following this, we utilized strategy archives and partner meetings to comprehend the components through which the projects were planned to work. Therefore, we distinguished 39 heritage projects applicable to a games and physical movement inheritance, which we have separated into four heritage pathways: sports offices; social framework; schools; and condition:

Pathway One – Sports Facilities: This pathway incorporates projects identifying with interest in as good as ever sports and recreation offices, so individuals have the chance to take more exercise.Pathway Two – Social Infrastructure: This pathway identifies with the advancement of social foundation through games clubs, occasions, training and volunteers so as to invigorate grassroots support.Pathway Three – Schools: This pathway incorporates programs which include schools so as to advance more prominent degrees of physical movement for youngsters.

Pathway Four – Environment: This pathway spreads programs which intend to supporting physical movement and dynamic travel through better-structured nearby conditions.The report joins the data accumulated on the inheritance programs with proof from the 2012 GoWell East study to exhibit an evaluation of the prospects for every one of the four heritage pathways.

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