Much hope has been pinned on the Commonwealth Games. But will its legacy make any lasting difference to health and poverty in Glasgow?
Will the Commonwealth Games leave a lasting legacy?
Glasgow’s regeneration efforts have been accelerated by at least 15 years according to Archie Graham, deputy leader of Glasgow City Council.
It’s just one positive effect the Commonwealth Games are having on the city.
Yet health inequalities and poverty are still worse in Glasgow than any other UK city.
Can the Commonwealth Games – a 12 day event – realistically hope to tackle the city’s deep-rooted problems?
Will the games leave a lasting legacy?