Olympic Games 2012

Olympics written question – answered on 30th April 2008.

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Photo of Harry Cohen Harry Cohen Labour, Leyton and Wanstead

To ask the Minister for the Olympics which stakeholders were consulted prior to the publication of the Olympic Legacy Action Plan.

Photo of Tessa Jowell Tessa Jowell Minister of State (Cabinet Office) (Olympics and Paymaster General)

The Legacy Action Plan has been developed in close consultation with a side range of stakeholders including:

Arts Council England

British Council

British Olympic Association

British Paralympics Association

Construction Skills

Commission for a Sustainable London 2012

Design for London

Greater London Authority

5 London 2012 Host Boroughs (Greenwich, Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest)

Job Centre Plus

Learning and Skills Council

London 2012 Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games

London Development Agency

London Thames Gateway Development Corporation

Museums, Libraries and Archives Council

Olympic Delivery Authority

Overseas Development Institute

People 1st

PODIUM

The Royal Parks

Sector Skills Development Agency

Skills Active

Skills Set

Sport England

UK Film Council

UK School Games

UK Sport

UK Trade and Investment

Visit Britain

Youth Sport Trust

Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform

Department for Children, Schools and Families

Department for Communities and Local Government

Department for Culture, Media and Sport

Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Department for Foreign and Commonwealth

Department for Health

Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills

Department for International Development

Department for Transport

Department for Work and Pensions

HM Treasury

Home Office

Office for the Third Sector

We also conducted quantitative and qualitative research, including the consultation of a UK-wide sample of 2,315 adults.

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