About the inquiry
Community sports facilities come in all shapes and sizes. From state-of-the-art lottery-funded facilities, to canal towpaths and local bowls clubs. Some are natural, some man-made; some benefit from public investment whilst others survive on minimal membership subscriptions.
This independent investigation has spent five months exploring the full range of places where people choose to participate in sport and recreation, and examining the good practices Britain can be proud of - and the improvements we need to make.
The inquiry made a series of recommendations on Tuesday 18 May with the aim of ensuring that every British citizen can access affordable and sustainable recreation opportunities. The key recommendations and an electronic copy of the report are available here. The Facilities Inquiry is now looking to move these recommendations forward; Register your support for the recommendations or find out more about next steps.
If you have any questions or comments regarding the report please email email@example.com
Finally, thank you to everyone who has taken the time and effort to contribute to this inquiry!