We are here to support, to provide insight, knowledge and expertise around physical activity, sport and challenging inactivity in London.
We’re here to make it simple to turn good work into great achievements which have a real impact on Londoners’ lives.
But our vision for London to be the most active city in the world is not about us working alone. It’s about working with everyone who delivers opportunities directly to Londoners.
Our Strategic Plans:
The Blueprint for a Physically Active City sets out a collective ambition for London – a London which can become the most physically active city in the world.
It explores the foundations that make London special and unique, but also the serious challenges we face in the future: challenges around a changing population, new and different personal expectations of physical activity and sport, and new social trends; issues that concern health, transport and the economy as much as they do physical activity and sport.
For more information on our work with strategic partners, contact Mark Foster, Director of Operations – firstname.lastname@example.org
An Active Inclusive Capital builds on the Blueprint for a Physically Active City to highlight the role we all have to play in supporting deaf and disabled Londoners to be as physically active as non-disabled Londoners.
For more information on our work to support deaf and disabled Londoners, contact Alex Gibbons – Specialist Advisor, Disability – email@example.com
Making London the Heart of the Sport Tech World is the strategic plan of action for technology in London.
Building on the Blueprint for a Physically Active City, it highlights the exciting role that technology innovation can play in helping to create positive change to Londoners’ lives through sport.
For more information on our work in technology, data and digital innovation, contact Alex Zurita – Specialist Advisor, Technology for Participation – firstname.lastname@example.org
Building a Workforce for the Future focuses on the opportunity to grow and develop a body of people that can make a positive difference in the way that physical activity and sport features in Londoners’ lives.
Building a Workforce for the Future begins with a conversation with over 5,000 Londoners to ascertain the needs and challenges faced by those people that don’t regularly participate in physical activity and sport.
For more information on our work in supporting London’s physical activity and sport workforce, contact David Reader – Specialist Advisor, Workforce – email@example.com