Red Card to Red Tape
We were asked to provide government ministers with the longest wishlist in history – a compendium of all the regulation and burdens facing sport and recreation.
The result was Red Card to Red Tape, a 200-page report, documenting the array of bureaucracy which faced clubs, coaches, governing bodies and volunteers as they went about their jobs.
We can now update you on just how much progress has been made in cutting back the thicket of red tape which the sector faces.
From music licensing to opening up school sport facilities, we’ve got a host of good news stories about how we, helped by the government, its agencies and other policy-makers have got stuck into the fight against bureaucracy.
Red Card to Red Tape: One Year On tells the story of the battles we’ve won, the debates we’re still having and where there is more work to do to free sport and recreation of unnecessary regulation.
Spare five minutes to take a look and see what we’re doing to help the sector, how you might help and how much more there is to be done.
View the original report.
To receive the Sport and Recreation Alliance’s free daily sports news summary, a round-up of the day’s most interesting and informative news articles on sport and recreation, including links to original sources, email email@example.com