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Hosting the Olympics 2012
- Essay length: 14851 words
- Submitted: 26/11/2010
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Hosting the Olympics 2012: Is it Worth the Glory?
Media and political attitudes towards the bidding process and the subsequent developments
Physical structures: Architectural considerations, cost of building and how they fit into existing and future community development.
Financial Implications: Where does the money come from and how does this affect citizens?
Citizen's rights and freedoms Versus Security
Anticipating the aftermath
This paper aims to explore the overwhelming challenges and opportunities faced by major cities when they undertake regeneration in order to host international sporting events. It will review the examples of cities like Sydney, Barcelona, Atlanta, and, in particular, London. Each of the cities required extensive local regeneration. The paper will focus on the planning and publicity of two heavily populated sites in the UK capital of London, both of which are the size of small towns, for celebration of international events - the Millennium and the 2012 London
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