Support for Equal Play campaign as figures show London is UK's second worst region for play provision
Strategic Lead – Facilities and Urban Spaces, Chris Donkin, gives London Sport's support to the Association of Play Industries' 'Equal Play' campaign and explains why outdoor public parks are so important for children's activity levels.
New London Sport research helps providers better engage with women in East London
Physical activity providers in East London have begun using new insight from London Sport to develop their offering and improve engagement with women and girls in East London.
London Sport and Port of London Authority investigate future of water sports on South East’s ‘blue’ spaces
Water sport clubs in London, Essex and Kent have a chance to shape the future of physical activity on the tidal Thames and other “blue” spaces across the region in a joint Port of London Authority (PLA) and London Sport Consultancy research project.
Enriching our understanding of less active Londoners to target and tackle inactivity
London Sport's Senior Insight Manager Dan Stracey introduces London Sport's Less Active Adult segmentation research and invites readers to join our segmentation launch webinar.
New research deepens understanding of children’s attitudes to physical activity and sport
Latest insight from Sport England’s Active Lives Children and Young People Survey highlights importance of enjoyment in driving youth physical activity behaviours
London Sport, Haringey and Enfield Councils to research Turkish and Kurdish participation in physical activity
London Sport have been commissioned by Haringey and Enfield Councils to explore rates of participation in physical activity among Turkish and Kurdish residents across the two north London boroughs.
With over 30,000 Turkish and Kurdish residents living across the two boroughs, Haringey and Enfield Councils have identified a need to better understand the communities’ current participation in phys
Physical activity creates £0.5bn of health savings amid wider £8.75bn social value to London, new research shows
New analysis from Sheffield Hallam University Sport Industry Research Centre and published by London Sport shows each £1 invested in physical activity returns £1.48 of social value to London