Glasgow 2014 — a local legacy
By Martin Petry
At 08:45 on 24 July, after eight years of planning, sports at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games kicked off with lawn bowls.
Development for the games was completed within budget (£575m) and on time.
What has made the project successful? As with London 2012, there has been a large focus on the legacy of the games. This is visible in a number of areas…
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