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Slide2:  Welcome Securing Employment & Skills Opportunities from the London 2012 Games: The Challenge to National, Regional and Local Governance 21-23 September 2006 Presented to the 6th European Urban & Regional Studies Conference By Jim Lewis, Economic Development Director - Thames Gateway Slide3:  Structure 01 Presentation Format:  Context The Lessons of Previous Summer Games Employment Forecasts for 2012 National, Regional and Local Policy Responses Obtaining a Lasting Local Legacy from a Temporary Global Event in a Global City Presentation Format Slide5:  Context 02 The Olympic Charter :  Revisions of the Olympic Charter 1995 Environment as Third Pillar 2002 No Negative Legacy Hence London 2012 as a “One Planet” Games with a Positive Sporting & Social Legacy The Olympic Charter Olympic & Paralympic Games Delivery Programme:  Overall: To host an inspirational, safe & inclusive Games and leave a sustainable legacy for London & the UK The Games (LOCOG) Olympic Venues & Infrastructure (ODA) Social & Economic Impact (HMG & Mayor) Sport Impact (BOA, HMG, Mayor) Olympic & Paralympic Games Delivery Programme Slide8:  1.1 LOCOG - Deliver an inspirational environment and experience for athletes and provide a first class experience for the Olympic Family and spectators. 1.2 LOCOG - Meet IOC and IPC needs and specifications, including venue overlays. 1.3 LOCOG - Ensure effective and efficient planning and operation of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (including security, transport, technology, health, volunteering and accessibility). 1.4 LOCOG - Maximise audience size at venues. 1.5 LOCOG - Secure support and engagement across all sections of the UK public. 1.6 LOCOG - Deliver effective media presentation and maximise global audience size. 1.7 LOCOG - Communicate Olympic values across the world, particularly amongst young people. 1.8 LOCOG - Stage inspiring ceremonies and cultural events. 1.9 LOCOG - Deliver an operating surplus from the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. 1.10 LOCOG - Operate sustainable and environmentally responsible Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. 4.1 BOA - Secure UK Olympic and Paralympic athletes’ success in the Games. 4.2 HMG - Maximise British athlete success in the Olympic and Paralympic Games through investing funds in, and supporting, our most talented athletes. 4.3 HMG - Secure long-term benefits to elite sport competitors – particularly in Olympic and Paralympic Sports. 4.4 HMG - Maximise increase in UK participation at community and grass-roots level in all sport and across all groups 4.5 Mayor - Maximise increase in London participation at community and grass-roots level in all sport and across all groups. 4.6 HMG - Implement viable legacy use for Olympic sports facilities outside London. 4.7 Mayor - Implement viable legacy use for Olympic sports facilities in London. 4.8 HMG - Work with those in other countries, particularly those in development, to promote sport excellence and participation. 4.9 BOA - Promote, through sport, the Olympic ideals across the 2012 programme. 2.1 LDA - Assemble and remediate land for Games venues. 2.2 ODA - Create infrastructure and facilities associated with Games venues to time and agreed budget in accordance with the principles of sustainable development. 2.3 ODA - Deliver Olympic and Paralympic venues to time, to design and building specification and to agreed budget, providing for agreed legacy use. 2.4 HMG - Secure smooth flow of public funds to the ODA. 2.5 ODA - Deliver necessary transport infrastructure for Games, and devise and implement effective transport plans which provide for legacy use. 2.6 ODA -Deliver agreed sustainable legacy plans for the Olympic Park and all venues. 2.7 BOA - Deliver a viable London Olympic Institute. To host an inspirational, safe and inclusive Olympic and Paralympic Games and leave a sustainable legacy for London and the UK. 4. To achieve a sustained improvement in UK sport before, during and after the Games, in both elite performance – particularly in Olympic and Paralympic sports – and grassroots participation. Vision 3. To maximise the economic, social, health and environmental benefits of the Games for the UK, particularly through regeneration and sustainable development in East London. 2. To deliver the Olympic Park and all venues on time, within agreed budget and to specification, minimising the call on public funds and providing for a sustainable legacy. To stage an inspirational Olympic Games and Paralympic Games for the athletes, the Olympic Family and the viewing public. Strategic Objectives Lead Stakeholder 3.1 HMG - Maximise the economic, social, health and environmental benefits the Games bring to the UK and all sections of the UK population. 3.1.1 HMG - Maximise the employment and skills benefits for the UK arising from Games-related business. 3.1.2 HMG - Maximise the wider economic benefits of the Games across the UK, including those for tourism and business promotion. 3.1.3 HMG - Maximise cultural benefits from hosting the Games and the Cultural Olympiad. 3.1.4 HMG - Maximise social benefits, including in health, education and volunteering, of hosting the Games. 3.1.5 HMG - Ensure that the Games contribute to Sustainable Communities priorities, including the wider Thames Gateway. 3.1.6 HMG - Agree and promote sustainable development and procurement policies, including commitments to sustainable energy and waste management goals. 3.1.7 HMG - Promote positive images of the UK to an international audience. 3.1.8 HMG - Ensure the UK’s diverse communities are engaged with, and benefit from, the changes and opportunities arising from hosting the Games in the UK. 3.2 Mayor - Maximise the economic, social, health and environmental benefits the Games bring to London and all Londoners. 3.2.1 Mayor - Maximise the employment and skills benefits for Londoners arising from Games-related business. 3.2.2 Mayor - Maximise the wider economic benefits of the Games to London, including those for tourism and business promotion. 3.2.3 Mayor - Maximise cultural benefits to Londoners from hosting the Games and the Cultural Olympiad. 3.2.4 Mayor - Maximise social benefits to Londoners, including in health, education and volunteering, of hosting the Games. 3.2.5 Mayor - Ensure that the Games contribute to Sustainable Communities priorities, including the London Thames Gateway. 3.2.6 Mayor - Agree and promote sustainable development and procurement policies, including commitments to sustainable energy and waste management goals. 3.2.7 Mayor - Promote London’s image as a leading world city to an international audience. 3.2.8 Mayor - Ensure London’s diverse communities are engaged with, and benefit from, the changes and opportunities arising from hosting the Games in London. FINAL Version, 7-Apr-06 Objectives signed off by OB (29-Mar-06) and OBSG (6-Apr-06) Sub-Objective Sub-Objective 3:  3.1 Maximise the economic, social, health and environmental benefits the Games bring to the UK and all sections of the UK population (HMG) then 3.1.1 – 3.1.8 3.2 Maximise the economic, social, health and environmental benefits the Games bring to London and all Londoners (Mayor) then 3.2.1 – 3.2.8 Sub-Objective 3 The 5 Olympic Boroughs:  Borough IMD Bottom 25% % Employed Greenwich 71 65.8 Hackney 132 56.0 Newham 144 58.7 Waltham Forest 76 62.4 Tower Hamlets 114 57.5 The 5 Olympic Boroughs Slide18:  Past Experience 03 A Common Evidence Base:  Learning & Skills Council (LSC) and London Development Agency (LDA) Requirements: Estimate of Volumes of Opportunities Timing of Opportunities Best Practice in Meeting These Summer Games in Barcelona, Atlanta, Sydney & Athens (plus Manchester 2002) Contract awarded to Experian in December 2005 There are few lessons from History A Common Evidence Base Slide20:  Experian Forecasts 04 “Do Nothing” Version:  Creating the Built Environment 60,000 person years 2010 Peak of 9,300 person years (3% of London) Staging the Games 3,000 employed at LOCOG 27,000 employed by LOCOG 70,000 Volunteers Showcasing London 6,700 jobs in Retail, Hotels, Transport & Entertainment The Wider Benefits Perceptions of (East) London Individuals “taking part” “Do Nothing” Version Slide22:  Initial Responses 05 National Response:  National Response 3.1.1 Delivery Plan from DfES & DWP Individual Engagement Employer Engagement State/Deliver Partner Engagement Regional Initiatives:  Tri-regional ESF Round “On Your Marks” £15m mainly in Construction, Sport, Health and Business Support (RDA/LSC Co-financing) London 2012 Employment & Skills Task Force Established by the Mayor and Olympic Board January-July 2006 Core Themes: - Communicating the “Excitement Factor” - Co-ordaining Delivery - Employer Leadership Text level 1 – for headings Text level 2 – for body copy Text level 3 – for bulleted text Text level 4 – for subheadings Text level 5 – for body copy Regional Initiatives Local Initiatives:  5 Borough Local Employment & Training Framework Initial Planning Requirement for the Olympic Park London Development Agency Responsibility Construction Training Job Brokerage Procurement Local Supply Chain East London City Strategy Pilot Part of Welfare Reform Proposals East (and West) London Announced in April Focus on “worklessness” (especially Incapacity benefit claimants and Lone Partents) Local Initiatives Local Initiatives (2):  Local Initiatives (2) 5 Borough Local Enterprise Growth Initiative Bid for £26m 2007-11 to promote Enterprise Linked to Major Developments and Olympics 3 Major Themes: East London Means Business High Street Leisure Economy Enterprise for All Slide27:  Conclusions 06 The Challenges:  Managing Expectations Locally, Regionally, Nationally Over Time Effective Governance Many Agencies need Clear Roles Scale of Resources “Do Nothing” is not Enough – especially in London! The Challenges

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