New base for Olympic Legacy Park team

1st April 2015 | 0 Comments

The new base, inside the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield (EIS Sheffield), has been set up to support the project team in the development of the OLP.  It comes after EIS Sheffield, along with the nearby iceSheffield, were incorporated into the unique project – a joint venture in the East End of the city [...]

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Sheffield’s Second UTC Consultation Result

27th March 2015 | 0 Comments

Young people, parents and employers have taken part in the consultation for UTC 2 Sheffield for Human Sciences and Computing, which closes at the end of today, Friday March 27th, after being extended by one week.  Sheffield’s second UTC is due to open at the Olympic Legacy Park in September 2016. The £10 million facility will [...]

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Community Spirit, The Olympic Legacy Park, Sheffield

24th March 2015 | 0 Comments

From the outset, we’ve held strong our belief that the Olympic Legacy Park will be an internationally renowned centre of excellence and a development that will make the people of Sheffield proud. And, with work now well underway and interest in the project growing – not only in the city of Sheffield itself but across [...]

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Government announces £14m funding for Olympic Legacy Park

18th March 2015 | 0 Comments

The money will be invested in the park’s innovative Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre (AWRC) which is being delivered by Legacy Park Ltd in partnership with Sheffield Hallam University.  Set to become the most advanced research and development centre for physical activity in the world, the AWRC will form the centrepiece of the OLP.   It [...]

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Olympic Legacy Park plans go on show at community event

13th March 2015 | 0 Comments

Hosted by South East Sheffield MP, Clive Betts, the event provided a chance for local people to hear about the park’s sport, leisure, recreation and education facilities available for the local community.  There were presentations by project lead, the Rt. Hon Richard Caborn, and Professor Steve Haake, Director of the Centre for Sports Engineering Research [...]

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