Copies of the 2012 Olympics Host City Contract Technical Manuals can be ordered from the Greater London Authority following a successful challenge to the legality of the Mayor of London's withholding of the information under section 41 of the Freedom of Information Act. The GLA had attempted to apply the exemption for 'information provided in confidence'.
Submitted by Charles Batsworth on Fri, 26/03/2010 - 12:15.
Submitted by Charles Batsworth on Sun, 08/11/2009 - 19:48.
The Host City Contract for the London 2012 Olympics.
This is the non-negotiable contract document prepared by the IOC to be signed by the successful candidate city at Singapore on July 6th 2005.
Submitted by Charles Batsworth on Thu, 24/01/2008 - 20:45.
Below is a link for a copy of the agreement between the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) and West Ham regarding the London Olympic stadium referred to as the E20 Stadium, which was released following the Freedom of Information campaign by a coalition of fourteen supporters' associations.
Submitted by Julian Cheyne on Mon, 25/04/2016 - 07:31.
Games Monitor was pleased to exhibit at UCL Urban Laboratory's Cities Methodologies in April 2012. This essay, entitled Grasping the Incommensurable: Coresearch and Politics as Immanent Experience, appeared on a display board with slide show of photography by Charlie Charman, Martin Slavin and Mike Wells, and computer terminal to access the website. Charman and Wells also spoke in a seminar at the exhibition on techniques of investigative and citizen journalism, limitations of freedom of information legislation, and detail of their investigations into the excavation and disposal of contaminated and radioactive soil on the Olympic park site in Stratford.
Submitted by Carolyn Smith on Mon, 18/01/2016 - 22:15.
By Any Means Necessary: Urban Regeneration and the “State of Exception” in Glasgow’s Commonwealth Games 2014
Antipode Vol. 00 No. 0 2014 ISSN 0066-4812, pp 1–21
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By Any Means Necessary: Urban
Regeneration and the “State of
Exception” in Glasgow’s
Submitted by Steve Dowding on Wed, 05/11/2014 - 11:16.
To cite this article: Neil Gray & Gerry Mooney (2011) Glasgow’s new urban frontier: ‘Civilising’ the
population of ‘Glasgow East’, City: analysis of urban trends, culture, theory, policy, action, 15:1,
Submitted by Steve Dowding on Wed, 05/11/2014 - 10:47.
It's Not For Us
This paper examines the much-hyped 2012 Olympic Games ‘legacy’ in relation to the displacement experiences of lower-income East Londoners. The paper begins by outlining the overall context of housing-related regeneration including the reduced role for social housing, especially council (public) housing in London.
Submitted by Martin Slavin on Wed, 12/06/2013 - 08:18.